Walk for Humanity – raising money for Rohingya refugees

Melbourne’s migrant communities have banded together to raise money for the Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh. Organised by the local Vietnamese community, the recent Walk for Humanity walkathon generated $20,000 to help the UNHCR bring shelter, clean water and medical supplies to those driven from their homes in Myanmar. https://soundcloud.com/user-720457320/walk-for-humanity (Feature image: Participants at the Walk … Continue reading Walk for Humanity – raising money for Rohingya refugees

Triple R Midday News – Monday September 10, 2018

Triple R Midday Bulletin produced at the RMIT City studios. Police have confirmed the deaths of two-year-old twin girls, their three-year-old sister and their mother and grandmother in Western Australia Labor has proposed a new ‘superhighway’ set to cost $15.8 billion. Papua New Guinea is gearing up to introduce an emergency polio vaccination. Written and … Continue reading Triple R Midday News – Monday September 10, 2018

‘Bring Jack Home’ – the plight of stranded racing dogs in Macau

“I met a greyhound in the park and saw it running,” Nora Anderson-Dieppe says. “I just thought it was beautiful and got chatting to the owner. I said, ‘Why is she covered in those scars?’” He said, “do you not know much about the racing industry?” Nora Anderson-Dieppe is the founder of Sydney-based volunteer group … Continue reading ‘Bring Jack Home’ – the plight of stranded racing dogs in Macau