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International Students victimized by Australian College and Agents

Prativa Shrestha February 14 More than 1000 students enrolled in Diploma of Nursing in an Australian institution named AIBT (Australia Institute of Business & Technology) are stranded due to failed accreditation of their degree. Majority of the students are of Nepalese nationality. Students were enrolled in the nursing course before …

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ASIC Logo change, over $100,000 in cost: Spot the difference

February 13 Australian tax payers were left scratching their heads after more than $100,000 was spent by ASIC (Australian Securities and Investments Commission) in an apparent redesigning of logo. However, the change is barely noticeable. The country’s corporate industry watchdog started to work on a new look, within weeks after the …

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Out of control fire in NSW: Emergency Warning

February 13 NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS) says there is a major bush fire burning in the Tingha, Old Mill, Stanborough area and near the Bruxner Highway, west of Tabulam. More than 5600ha land has already been burnt and is getting out of control. Strong and gusty wind is spreading …

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Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety

The Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety has started its public hearing from 11 February until 13 February and again from 18 February to 22 February 2019. On the first day the commission heard from the victim’s family and seniors groups. The commission heard the personal accounts from …

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Performance of Education Agents under Government’s Watch

By a Staff Reporter / Sunday 10th Feb. 2019 Australian Government, Department of Education and Training (DET) is set to publish education agent performance data for public use. The department released a policy paper which describes about the strategy for the publication of performance data. DET is finished collecting feedback …

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Indian national charged over child exploitation material

A 32 year-old Indian national has been arrested and charged after Australian Border Force (ABF) officers at Perth Airport allegedly found him in possession of numerous videos containing child exploitation material, child abuse and other abhorrent material. ABF officers stopped the man for a baggage examination after he arrived on …

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