As the Australian team puts its all into the 2016 Olympic Games, we speak to one athlete making his Olympic debut in Rio. рџЋЇ Focusing in #tkd #rio #olympics A post shared […]
Miran is a solicitor, freelance journalist and editor presently based in Sydney. Notorious for her obsession with cutlery, she lists amongst her crowning achievements the time she ate a quiche with knife and fork whilst driving. Miran once turned a rant about Arab Aunties into a short story long enough to get published in Westside Journal, and for fun she produces and presents The Y Factor on community radio. She is a co-editor of Sajjeling and tweets sporadically at @miranhosny.
If you thought Beliebers or Directioners set the standard for hardcore fan action, you might have been surprised by scenes across the Arab world 39 years ago, yesterday. On March 30, 1977, […]
Australian public broadcaster SBS will stream 24-hour Arabic language content for the first time tomorrow. The new digital radio channel, SBS Arabic24, is a 12-month trial that is set to expand on […]
They’re creamy, decadent, and oh-so-heavy, but nevertheless, cheesecakes are the perfect people pleasers when dessert time comes along. To Arab palates, however, there is always the potential for sweet to turn sweeter. […]
Funding for accredited Auslan (Australian Sign Language) courses at the Deaf Society of NSW in Australia has been cut by the state governmentвЂ™s Department of Education and Communities. The decision comes at […]