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Vera Yammine and Jawad El Khoury will arrive to Sydney Tomorrow Ms Vera Yammine, El Marada Movement Political Bureau Member and EL Marada Abroad Officer will touch Sydney airport on Thursday night to attend the El Marada Australia Annual Gala Night this weekend. During the visit they will meet with Australian political personalities and the Lebanese community i

Speaker of the House, Nabih Berri adjourns the session of presidential elections to May 15. Speaker of the House, Nabih Berri adjourns the session of  presidential elections and schedules the next round for May 15. ALN

Cabinet reshuffle Tomorrow: Will John Ajaka be a part of it? Two senior members of Liberal party became victims of the memory loss and party donations after they were named by the Independent Commission Against Corruption.Both resignations were considered as shocking to Australians who highly respected both personalities and put a lot of trust into them in te

Abbott’s visit to Bali postponed amid turn back asylum seekers boat concerns Prime minister Tony abbott’s next week visit to Bali has been postponed it was revealed Today amid concerns about an asylum seeker operation under way north of Australia which is believed to be behind the decision. According to sources, it was arranged for the Prime Minister to visit Indonesia

Police Minister Mike Gallacher resigns after being named by ICAC Two weeks after being installed as Premier for NSW replacing Barry O’Farrell who stepped down following appearance at ICAC, NSW Premier Mike Baird who has promised to take every step possible to clean up the mess in NSW politics was hit today with another shocking news, the resignation of h

Police charge a man with rape and murder of two year old girl Police charged a 23 year-old man with the murder and rape of a 2 year old toddler in Coffs Harbour in the Northern NSW. The man was arrested on Thursday at Coffs harbour following police investigations over the toddler’s death at Coffs Harbour Health Campus on April 21, a day after she was adm

No family payments for families earning more than $100,000 dollars a year Australians will pay more tax, work until 70, wait longer for their superannuation, pay a fee when visiting the doctor, and pay more to go to university under the new measures recommended by the Commission of audit. The audit means family payments cuts  for families earning more than $100,000 a 

President Sleiman: workers are the backbone of the country’s economic growth President of the Lebanese Republic, Michel Sleiman, congratulated labourers on International Labor Day today in a statement from Baabda.Sleiman once again repeated that workers are the backbone of the country’s economic growth. It is  important to take into consideration the actual standing o

Commission Audit report warns from budget deficit till 2030 and urges Abbott to slash welfare Are our governments wasting tax payers money? Isn’t it about the right time to do something! Everyone was waiting for the Commission of Audit’s report release  to see what it holds for Australians as it helps predict what we are going to face in the next budget as it is expected to make

Porn star undergoes plastic surgeries to look like an elf Japanese porn star Rina Nanase went under the knife to make her features more pixie-like but ended up looking like an elf.Something very unusual for someone who has beautiful natural features which provoked questions about her wellbeing. Nanase shared her new look photos after healing from a series