Independent news and stories connecting you to life in Australia and Filipino-speaking Australians. - Balitang walang kinikilingan at samu’t saring kwentong iniuugnay kayo sa buhay Australya sa wikang Filipino.
Technology has enabled Filipino seniors remain connected during this period of social distancing. The 'Be Connected' Program has helped many to navigate their way through the outside world as they remain indoors...
Did you know that smoke alarms have an expiry date?
This Sunday, 5 April, DST (Daylight saving time) ends. As we wind our clock back an hour, let us also make it a point to check on our smoke alarms.
Alam niyo ba na mayroong expiration date ang mga smoke alarm? Ayon kay Cameron Brooks isang dalubhasa sa smoke alarms mayroong lifespan ang mga ito at kailangang regular ang pagsiguro na gumagana ito ng wasto.
As the devastating impact of COVID-19 is felt across the Australian economy, the banking sector, federal, state and territory governments are taking urgent measures to keep small businesses afloat. Here's how you can build a safety net and weather the storm.
Habang patuloy na iniinda ng ekonomiya ang epekto ng COVID-19 sa Australia, umaaksyon ang banking sector, federal, state and territory governments para tulungan ang mga maliliit na negosyo...
As Davao faces the challenges in fighting COVID-19 healthcare workers are overwhelmed by the generosity and kindness of locals. Southern Philippine Medical Center's (SPMC) Dr Yvette Barez says the spirit of 'bayanihan' plays an important role in uplifting the spirits of tired healthcare workers and hospital support staff...
Millions of visa holders under over 120 visa categories are concerned or confused about their immediate future. SBS provides the latest government advice and the support being offered to visa holders. Listen in.
My mahigit sa isang daang visa categories ang nasa Australya at milyon-milyong visa holders naman ang nababahala at nalilito tungkol sa kanilang panghinaharap. Hatid natin ang mga payo at suporta ng gobyerno para sa mga visa holder. Pakinggan ang ulat.
International students who are working 20 hours per week are losing means to support themselves as some businesses have temporarily closed due to COVID-19 crisis. Students working in hospitality and cleaning industries are the ones particularly affected. Listen in.
Lubos na apektado ang mga international students na namamasukan ng 20 oras kada linggo dahil sa pagsarado ng mga negosyo sa South Australia...
While most residents find no trouble following the physical distancing rules put in place by the government, some fail to fully grasp how serious the repercussions are if they insist on socialising without being mindful of distancing protocol prescribed by the government. Listen in.
Sa gitna na mahigpit na pagpapatupad ng panuntunan sa 'social distancing' dahil sa COVID-19, may ilan pa rin na hindi ito tuluyang sineseryoso at sinusunod. Pakinggan ang panayam.
Some international students struggle with anxiety due to stringent social distancing rules and class lectures being transferred online. Shayma Mohammed Selim, who heads the Filipino Club in Deakin University says it is particularly hard for those who have just recently arrived in the country and have no established social circles.
Shayma shares some ways to ease lockdown loneliness.