Candles for Olga


Olga’s memory lives on Around 400 people gathered tonight, 23 May 2015 at Parliament Lawns in Hobart, Tasmania to honour the memory of Olga Dizon and to stand up against domestic violence. The organisers of Rise Up for Olga also

Candle light vigil for Olga and stand up vs domestic violence


A life cut short violently, now a symbol of outcry against domestic violence A candle light vigil to remember Olga Dizon and to stand up against domestic violence was organised on 23rd of May 2015 to be held at the

Woman shot dead near Hobart will be missed by friends



Photo of the month..a treat to all mothers – Happy mum’s day!


Even “royalty” knows who is the real people’s champ! AUSINFORMER is dedicating this photo of the real Filipino boxing icon Manny Pacquaio with Prince Harry of Great Britain! No words needed! Cheers and Happy Mum’s day to all our loyal

World’s longest ( and scariest) glass walkway opens in China


Is it the world’s longest and scariest tourist attraction? Perhaps! The world’s longest glass-bottomed cantilever skywalk has been opened recently for  tourists at the Longgang National Geological Park, Chongqing, China. The stunning walkway stretches an impressive 26.64 m (87.4 ft) into

Marlisa at Cure Brain Cancer 1930’s Hollywood ball


  Join Marlisa and other entertainers support a good cause  and dress to impress at a 1930’s style Hollywood ball to be held on the 2nd of May 2015 at Hordern Pavillion, Moore Park, in Sydney. The black tie/Hollywood glamour event will also

Autistic boy denied visa by Australian government


  The Australian government is under fire from the community for denying a visa to an autistic boy and his mum. Maria Sevilla, a Filipina nurse who came to Australia in 2007 told a television news reporter that she got