Service for Australia’s top Muslim leader

Hundreds of mourners are expected to pay their respects to Australia’s top Islamic leader a day after his death in Melbourne. Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdul Azeem al-Afifi, 48, will be farewelled on Thursday at a service at Al-Taqwa Mosque in Truganina, where he had been a teacher. Friends, family and …

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BBC’s best-paid TV and radio stars all men

The BBC’s 12 best-paid stars are all men, according to figures published by Britain’s public broadcaster, which is grappling with a gender equality scandal in which one of its most senior correspondents resigned from her role. The BBC issued a public apology last month to former China editor Carrie Gracie, …

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ExaminePerth report finds overseas students find it hard to fit in with Perth locals

Overseas students studying in Perth struggle to make friends with Australians because locals are “superficially friendly but disinterested in international students”, a report has found. The Understanding the International Student Experience report, released today by StudyPerth, revealed international students found it hard to mix with local students, with one student …

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