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Malek Fahd Islamic School again facing closure

Malek Fahd Islamic School again facing closure The nation’s largest Muslim school is again in financial crisis and facing closure after the ­federal Department of Education refused to continue funding it following years of mismanagement. In February federal Education Minister Simon Birmingham ­ordered that $20 million in commonwealth funding for Malek Fahd Islamic School in Sydney’s southwest be withdrawn in ... Read More »

Islamist hyperextremism’ could bring world to brink of catastrophe – report

Catholic charity says the kind of religiously motivated violence espoused by Isis has led to attacks in one in five countries in last two years A new and deadly wave of Islamist “hyperextremism” is undermining global peace and stability with an impact felt in the Middle East, Africa and the west, according to a new report that calls for urgent ... Read More »

New Australian Jobs website for employers

The Australian Jobs website is now live. Launched on Friday 14 October 2016, the Australian Jobs website is a new online resource that provides information on the labour market and how it is changing. It also highlights industries and occupations that have recently experienced jobs growth and those that are projected to grow over the next five years. employment Read More »

Monthly Leading Indicator of Employment Latest Release.

Department of Employment releases the November edition of the Monthly Leading Indicator of Employment The Indicator provides advance warnings of whether employment is likely to grow faster or slower than its long-term trend rate of growth and is produced by the Australian Government Department of Employment. The Department of Employment’s Monthly Leading Indicator of Employment (the Indicator) has risen for the ... Read More »

Hadith-72

HADITH-72 “Help your brother whether he is an oppressor or an oppressed person. A companion asked: ‘Messenger of God (it is true) I will help him if he is an oppressed person, but please tell me how I am to help him if he happens to be an oppressor.’ The Holy Prophet (peace be upon him) answered: check him from ... Read More »

Cricket: S. Africa thrash Australia to win Test series

HOBART, Australia, Nov 15, 2016 (BSS/AFP) – South Africa thrashed Australia by an innings and 80 runs in Hobart Tuesday to take their third consecutive Test series Down Under. The Proteas demolished the hapless hosts for 161 in 60.1 overs, taking the last eight wickets for 32 to win the Test before lunch on the fourth day. Kyle Abbott led ... Read More »

Proteas series win over Aussies, eying whitewash

DHAKA: Visiting South Africa have beaten Australia in their backyard in the second test match by 80 runs and an innings to clinch the ongoing 3-match series at Bellerive Oval, Hobart on Tuesday (November 15). This was South Africa’s third straight Test series win in Australia. Their seamers produced a masterclass on swing and seam on the fourth morning, exposing ... Read More »

Thousands stranded in New Zealand after earthquakes

(CNN)After being rocked by a deadly 7.8-magnitude earthquake, a wave of powerful aftershocks, thousands are now stranded in a New Zealand town near the quake’s epicenter. A local state of emergency has been declared for the region of Canterbury, which is home to the areas hardest hit by the quake. Helicopters are being sent to airlift trapped tourists and locals ... Read More »

New Zealand’s latest earthquake could trigger a mega-quake

EARTHQUAKE IN NEW ZEALAND New Zealand is continuing to shake after being hit by a magnitude 7.5 earthquake, and there are fears the underground stress could set off even bigger tremors nearby. “We currently calculate a 12 per cent probability of a magnitude 7 or larger earthquake within the next day, and 32 per cent within the next 30 days,” ... Read More »

Nat Geo doco follows Kiwi science on ice

A National Geographic documentary series following Kiwi scientists in Antarctica premiered at Scott Base and in Christchurch this evening. The documentary Continent 7: Antarctica, shot by three camera operators over seven weeks during New Zealand’s 2015/16 Antarctic research season, may have proven one of the most challenging series ever made by the US-based organisation. It offers a glance into the ... Read More »