eLanka Newsletter – 28th January 2024 – 8th Edition – Sri Lankans In Australia

eLanka Newsletter – 28th January 2024 – 8th Edition

Sri Lankans in Australia

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2024 Australia Day Honours List: Professor Buddhima Indraratna – Member of the Order of Australia, AM

A sellout crowd feasted on Sri Lankan Hoppers and a fabulous Asian smorgasbord dinner at the Springvale RSL – by Trevine Rodrigo (eLanka)

State formation, the politics of capitalist transition and conflicts – by Sunil Bastian

Explore eLanka Property: Your Gateway to Sri Lankan Real Estate

Ceylon Society of Australia – Meeting for Members and Guests on Sunday 25 February

Health & Views – January 3rd issue – By Dr harold Gunatillake

‘Australia Day does not celebrate the arrival of the First Fleet or the invasion of anything. The First Fleet arrived 28th April 1770’ Comments – By Earlson Forbes

From Ceylon to Australia: Migrant Journeys, 1860s-to-2010s- by Earlson Forbes

Arrowheads directed at AUSTRALIA DAY…..Today-by Michael Roberts

Peter Costello’s Message On Australia Day 2009

Kaleidoscope Lets Talk with award winning author Amanthi Harris Jan 18th 2024

These are the unsung heroes celebrated in the Australia Day Honours

John De Silva: Aloysian, Sri Lankan, Australian-by Michael Roberts

Australian Men’s Squad named for Dettol T20I Series

Noel News

Colorful Delight: Broken Glass Jelly Pudding – By Malsha – eLanka

Good News From Jayam – By Jayam Rutnam

Discover the Rich Tapestry of History at Colombo Museum, Sri Lanka – By Bhanuka – eLanka

MEDIA RELEASE: Recruitment drive to engage with diverse voices in NSW

Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe | Match Highlights | U19 CWC 2024

Beautiful poem by Mário de Andrade (Sao Paulo 1893 – 1945) Poet, novelist, essayist and musicologist. One of the founders of Brazilian modernism

Mountain High on Sri Lanka’s Pekoe Trails

2023–2030 Australian Cyber Security Strategy

Comment: Too many Britons are missing out on Sri Lanka

U19 World Cup 2024: Sri Lanka, New Zealand open account with convincing wins

Obituary Notices

Sri Lankan School Associations

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