Filipino sponsored projects finalists in community awards in Western Sydney


Press release sent to AUSINFORMER by APCO’s Richard Ford: (Photo above shows some APCO officers and members) The Mardi Gras Queen Gay Beauty Pageant and Sydney MG Parade annually organised by FlagCom and the APCO Inc’s Typhoon Haiyan Emergency Response

Bamboo performs in Sydney 27 March

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Sponsored by the UPAAA-NSW (This is a press release sent to AUSINFORMER by UPAAA-NSW) Bamboo to rock Sydney this March! SYDNEY – Fresh from his sold out concerts in Canada, Japan and Dubai, Pinoy rock icon and award-winning artist Bamboo

Happy Chinese New Year!


19th of February this year is the beginning of the Chinese lunar new year so AUSINFORMER wishes all our Chinese viewers and supporters “kong hei fat choi!” According to Chinese lunar calendar, the first day of the Chinese calendarwill welcome

Call to end modern slavery


(photo credit- google images, AP, AFP)                                                                              Protesters in HK demanding justice for Erwiana (photo- AFP) In light of this Indonesian maid’s horrific experience in Hong kong, we call for justice for Erwiana Sulistyaningsih and many more like her who are

Poetry by JD Agapito – Valentines Day Poem


(Editor’s Note: Our Filipino resident poet is back with an offering for Valentines Day which we are posting for our loyal viewers from 139 countries worldwide. Apologies if we are unable to provide English translation.) Serye ng tula na inilalathala

Marlisa gets warm welcome in Manila


12 February 2015, Manila. Australian Filipino singing sensation Marlisa is warmly welcomed  by her fans and supporter as she prepares to do a series of appearances and shows in this city. The 15 year old grand winner of X Factor

Celebrate gay pride at Mardi Gras 2015 parade!


In celebration of Gay pride One of the world’s biggest night time parades, the Sydney Lesbian and Mardi Gras is gearing up to be another exciting, colourful and fun celebration this year anticipated to attract tens of thousands of people