Marlisa voted through to next week’s X-Factor Australia

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Despite singing with difficulty due to illness, a big challenge was hurdled After Monday night’s nerve- wracking performance due to her illness, Marlisa can heave a sigh of relief as fans have voted her through to next week’s live show

Robin Williams, May you rest in peace!

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Photo shows Robin with second wife and ex-nanny Marsha Garces, Filipino with French descent to whom he had two kids- Zelda and Cody. ( Photo  credit-los-angeles.net) AUSINFORMER wishes Robin’s family, friends and supporters all over the world our deepest sympathies,

Smart handbooks for teens need sponsors

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(Editor’s Note: AUSINFORMER recently got a call from Tasmania Police seeking assistance in promoting and sourcing sponsors for this very valuable initiative. Hope you will support it. Thanks! )  Smart handbooks need sponsors for next year’s issue There is an

Marlisa’s “All by Myself” rendition drew judges squabbling at X-Factor Oz

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Fourteen year old Marlisa Punzalan, considered a top contender in the X-Factor Australia singing competition has once again sparked controversies as the judges “squabble” over her latest performance. Singing “All By Myself” an Eric Carmen original tune but following a

Image that shocked the world- “Sydney boy” holding up severed head

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The world, particularly Australia is in shock after the photo of a seven year old “Sydney” boy has been posted in Twitter by his father who said, “That’s my boy!” According to internet news reports, the  youngster  is the son

Seniors’ World by Nards Purisima- Cardinal Tagle’s 2nd Sydney visit and other events

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Editor’s  Notes: Veteran Photographer and Columnist Nards Purisima shares some photos of his coverage of Cardinal Antonio Tagle’s second visit to Sydney( His first was during the World Youth Day in 2008 in which this Writer was also a WYD

National Missing Persons Week 3-9 August 2014

( News Release from the Tasmania Police) Tasmania Police is highlighting National Missing Persons Week (NMPW) which started on Sunday 3 August. The week, coordinated by the Australian Federal Police (AFP), this year focuses on the link between missing people