Author: Mehar Ahmad

Council brings together Bangla media outlets

The inauguration ceremony of Sydney Press and Media Council Inc (SPMC) was held on Sunday 30 April 2017 from 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm at the Novotel Brighton-Le-Sands, Sydney. SPMC is a newly formed professional organisation providing a platform for all Bangladeshi journalists and writers of various print, online, radio and television media in Australia. Initially known as “Australia Bangladesh Press and Media Council (ABPMC), the renamed organisation SPMC brings together the diverse group of media organisations and media professionals of Bangladeshi origin on a common platform to uphold the standard of journalism and media activities by endorsing ethical...

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Back to business as usual for Chris Hayes, MP

The Federal Member for Fowler, Mr Chris Hayes MP has bounced back after being involved in a motorcycle accident on his way to Canberra for a meeting at Parliament House on Sunday 26 February.  Mr Hayes suffered several injuries, including several broken ribs, a broken arm, and internal injuries, and spent fifteen days in Canberra Hospital, six of which were in the Intensive Care Unit. On ANZAC Day on 25 April, while Mr Hayes, didn’t attend any Dawn Services this year due to his recent motorcycle accident, he did attend two services at Canley Heights RSL Club and the...

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Australia-wide tour of Dr Khalid Zaheer

The renowned Islamic scholar and writer, Dr Khalid Zaheer paid a whirlwind tour of Australia from 22 April to 1 May visiting all major cities of Australia conducting day-long interactive sessions while addressing key issues in reference to Islam and Muslims. Dr Khalid Zaheer is the Vice President of Al-Mawrid Institute of Islamic Sciences, Lahore, Pakistan and has a PhD in Islamic Banking from the University of Wales, UK, as well as an intensive formal religious education in Islam. He was invited by Al-Mawrid Australia, a chapter of Al-Mawrid Global, an organisation dedicated to Islamic research and education. With...

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Call for women to be bold for change

  Each year, the Muslim Women’s Welfare of Australia (MWWA) invites local women to join the global celebration in March of International Women’s Day. This year, the MWWA acknowledged and celebrated this global event with a brilliant lunch encouraging women to #be bold for positive change in our schools, communities and lives. It was a timely opportunity to celebrate inspirational women who have overcome barriers in their bold journeys to success. In addressing this year’s International Women’s Day theme of, ‘Be Bold for Change’, the MWWA invited high-achieving guest speakers who offered their views on the importance of women...

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Harmony Day at Admiralty House

Australian Harmony Day was celebrated at Admiralty House, Kirribilli, Sydney on 21 March 2017.  Its a day where Australians celebrate the strength our country gains from our cultural diversity. Her Excellency Lady Cosgrove, wife of the Australian Governor General invited prominent women in the community from different backgrounds to sit together over lunch to learn and build friendships. “On Harmony Day, it’s fitting that we come together around a table we all share, we all belong at, and we can all call our own,” Lady Cosgrove said. The event coincided with the Open Heart, Open Home initiative of Mahboba’s...

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