Author: Mobinah Ahmad

Introducing FoodFlukes

In an AMUST first, we bring to you a food blog like no other. FoodFlukes is an incredible food blog that provides “next-level dishes created by chance”.   FoodFlukes was created by Fadeela Saloojee, and it’s full of recipes that she’s stumbled across in her quest to banish the banal from weeknight suppers and desserts. Fadeela is a South African woman with Indian heritage who moved to Australia about a year ago with her husband, affectionately named Mr Foodflukes. “Since moving to Sydney, I realised that we South Africans have some quirky names for fruit. Our beloved naartjie, which moonlights as a...

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Rise to Success, Bilal El-Hayek for Bankstown

Bilal El-Hayek is campaigning as the Labor candidate for Bankstown Ward for the Canterbury-Bankstown Council elections to be held on Saturday 9 September 2017.  “I am very excited to announce that I will be standing on the Labor ticket for the Canterbury Bankstown Council that will be held on the 9th September 2017 alongside the former Mayor of Bankstown Khal Asfour and the wonderful Nahil Chidiac for the Bankstown ward. Thank you for all support you have given me over the years and I look forward to the next 4 weeks of campaigning.” Bilal El-Hayek was born in Lebanon and moved...

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Eid at Taronga Zoo

Almost 20,000 people joined ‘Eid at the Zoo’ festival at Sydney Taronga Zoo on Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 July 2017. The organisers, Crescent Wealth welcomed the community to a memorable experience for the second time after last year’s successful unique and unprecedented initiative. It was a magical feeling with beautiful blue skies overhead, the sound of children’s laughter ringing across grassy fields, tempting aromas of food tingling the senses, Muslims feeling welcome and at peace, and the sound of the Adhan echoing across the harbour, calling some to prayer and others to curiosity. One attendee said “This is...

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AFL: Many cultures, one game

The 2017 AFL Multicultural Festival, was held on Saturday 29 July at Cathy Freeman Park located at the Sydney Olympic Park attended by more than 15,000 people from diverse communities. The festival, presented by Australia Post and supported by Multicultural NSW delivered an extensive range of cultural performances and workshops that created a cultural whirlwind never seen before in Sydney. The AFL Multicultural Festival is centered around sports as a bridge connecting Western Sydney’s ethnically and culturally diverse populace with the mainstream Australian community sharing a passion for Australian Rules Football. Nickie Flambouras, AFL NSW/ACT Multicultural Programs Manager said,...

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Tony Burke hosts Citizenship Forum in Lakemba

Over 100 people spoke in opposition to the Government’s proposed citizenship changes at a Citizenship forum hosted by local MP The Hon Tony Burke on Tuesday 18 July at Lakemba Senior Citizens Community Hall in Sydney. The overwhelming level of interest emphasised the significance of holding such forums to listen to the community having their voices heard.  Initially, the forum was going to be a small gathering where people would tell personal stories about the impact the Government’s changes to citizenship laws were having on the community. However from the start, the venue had run out of chairs as...

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