What Is NAIDOC Week? Celebrating the History, Culture and Achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples

By Nebras Sawalha / July 1, 2021

Aboriginal Australians are here to stay. Nearly 800,000 Australians identify themselves as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people. That’s more than three percent of the population. Indigenous Australians have a rich array of histories, cultures, and beliefs. To celebrate their diversity and ingenuity, the nation commemorates NAIDOC Week. What occurs during NAIDOC Week, and where did…

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How you can make a tangible impact and save lives with your investment decisions: Stop the money flow, divest in weapons industry

By Nebras Sawalha / June 24, 2021

The situation in Sheikh Jarrah is secret to none. Civilians murdered in cold blood, families evicted from their life-long homes, and airstrikes on Media and medical centres that would make the hardest of hearts shiver.  The World has seen an onslaught like none other in recent times. And it’s important we begin speaking about it…

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1 July Coming of the Light: Everything You Need to Know on the Day of Significance

By Nebras Sawalha / June 24, 2021

Australia is a country of diverse cultures. There are many celebrations and holidays recognised in this vast land that have come from different cultural backgrounds 1 July is Coming of the Light Day in Australia. It’s a day to celebrate living on the continent as well as sharing a sense of nationhood. The “Coming Of The Light”…

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I want to mentor other: 10 tips on how to make a positive impact on others

By Nebras Sawalha / June 3, 2021

Mentorship can be a profound opportunity for professional development for both parties. It can be an eye-opening experience, especially for new mentors that have an understanding of career development. Below, we’ve listed 10 tips you need to know if you want to build or improve your mentoring relationship. 1. Approach each mentorship differently. While you…

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Muslims in Australia: The Bond Between Indigenous Australians and Islam

By Nebras Sawalha / May 24, 2021

Muslims in Australia come in all shapes and sizes. More than 1,000,000,000 Australians identify themselves as Muslims. That counts for more than three per cent of the country. Many people think that Australian Muslims come from abroad. It is true that there are thousands of Muslims from Asia, Europe, Middle East and Africa. But it is…

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26 May National Sorry Day: Everything You Need to Know

By Nebras Sawalha / May 23, 2021

National Sorry Day is coming up in a few days. Have you ever wondered if you know the whole story? Australia holds 26 May National Sorry Day every year, yet many people do not know what it represents. We are here to tell you about the history of National Sorry Day, what it means, and how to honour it…

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How Super Is Taxed in Australia: A Superannuation Guide For Beginnersal in Australia?

How Super Is Taxed in Australia: A Superannuation Guide For Beginners

By Nebras Sawalha / May 10, 2021

It’s a worry that’s on everybody’s mind: “How will I get on in my golden years?” Fortunately, for residents of Australia, the superannuation programme handles those retirement concerns. Employees can rest assured that they can live life comfortably after their working years. But what are the tax implications of our super contributions? These are things…

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Making the best Middle Eastern pancakes : Qatayef with Shaikh Abu Adnan and The Shahrouk Sisters

By Nebras Sawalha / May 8, 2021

Learn how to make the best (Qatayef, Atayef) the Middle East’s pancakes, with Shaikh Abu Adnan and The Shahrouk Sisters. Continuing our exciting Ramadan series on mouth-watering cuisines from around the world, the Shahrouk sisters are very excited to present our next guest. Australian-born Muslim women from a Lebanese background, the Shahrouk Sisters – Halla, Houda, Leeann and Rouba – were…

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How to make the best Stuffed Grape Vine Leaves, Warak Enab for Ramadan? Cooking with Dalya Ayoub and Shahrouk Sisters

By Nebras Sawalha / May 2, 2021

How to Make the Best Stuffed Grape Vine Leaves, Warak Enab, Dolma for Ramadan with Dalya Ayoub Crescent Wealth has teamed up with the Shahrouk sisters to bring an incredible Ramadan cooking series to our members and community. Featuring renowned guests and community influentials, this show will provide new insight into the culinary storm that comes with…

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How to Invest Halal In Australia

By Nebras Sawalha / April 28, 2021

Through only 3% of the Australian population is Muslim, we are a growing group. We are shaping cultural touchstones to meet our own cultural needs and ethical standards. Though this extends to many facets of life, one of the most difficult to incorporate is typical financial services. Are you looking for a way to invest your…

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