Sri Lankans in Melbourne participated in Wasak Day procession

Melbourne Wesak Day 2015

Wednesday, 27 May 2015 00:00 Written by

Sri Lankans in Melbourne participated in Wasak Day procession

Sri Lanka has nominated a new chief envoy to Australia – a former cricket administrator, businessman and member of country's Tamil minority.

IPHONE APP RELEASED. Boomeringo, a Melbournebased online startup, has released its latest iPhone app an easy to use money management tool

Australia Citizenship for sale: government explores price-based immigration system

Process of getting Dual Citizenship

Monday, 04 May 2015 00:00 Written by

Deputy controller Citizenship, Dept. of immigration of Sri Lanka Mr. Harsha Ilukpitiya talks about the process of getting dual citizenship from Sri Lanka.

Australian Bali nine duo Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran are among a group of eight prisoners who have been executed by firing squad in Indonesia after final, desperate pleas for mercy fell on deaf ears. One woman's execution was postponed.

The executions were carried out at 12.35am local time (3.35am AEST) on Nusakambangan prison island. 

Australia named the world’s most expensive country

Thursday, 23 April 2015 00:00 Written by

Australia has been named the world’s most expensive country for the fourth consecutive year, while the United States remains the cheapest developed country.

Frederick-James was born in Sydney to Sri Lankan parents Alston & Yolande Koch. He graduated from University of Monash in Melbourne and has a Arts/Computer Science degree. While studying his Undergrad he spent a year in Japan on exchange and speaks fluent Japanese. He then decided to study acting at The Actors Centre Australia. Training grounds for actors such as Hugh Jackman, Naomi Watts

අපවත්වී වදාල පුජ්‍ය ගංගොඩවිල සෝම හිමියන් විසූ මෙල්බර්න් බෙරික් විහාරයේ සූ විසි මුනි සෑය නිර්මාණයේ අවසන් අදියරේ ඡායාරුප පෙළක් මේ. ධාතු නිධානෝත්සවය මැයි මස 3 වනදා උදැසන 6 සිට පවත්වනු ඇත. මෙම දහම් පණිවිඩය හැකි තරම් බෙදා හැරීමෙන්, මේ විරල පින්කමට අදාළ තොරතුරු පින් කැමති සියලුම බොදු බැතිමතුන්ට දැන ගන්නට සැලැස්වීමෙන් උතුම් ධර්ම දානයට එක් වන්න.

Melbourne Keilor Downs resident Mr. Padmakumara Rodrigo passed away on 06th April due to an accident occured at Sapphire Beach, Sydney, NSW. Mr Rodrigo was on holidays with his famly on Easter Break. He died at Sapphire Beach on Monday after he was pulled unconscious from the water. More details to follow. 

Sinhala & Tamil New Year Festival - Live from Brisbane

Dimitri Zaik is a Sri Lankan born, Melbourne based creative doing amazing things on an international scale. 

One quarter of this year’s top 40 most burgled postcodes are in the northern suburbs. This figure is stark enough on its own, but taking into account the entire northern metropolitan electoral region, the number jumps from one-quarter to almost a half – 17 out of the top 40.

Melbourne is closing in on Sydney as the nation's biggest city, growing by almost 100,000 people in the last year alone, new data from the  Australian Bureau of Statistics shows. 

But the figures also indicate that Sydney is on track to become the first city in Australia to reach five million residents. 


Melbourne had the largest population growth of all capital cities in Australia, increasing by 95,700 people - or 1800 people per week.

A Sri Lankan family who want to work in a Christian crisis centre in remote Australia say their daughter was refused a temporary visa because she has Down syndrome. The Immigration Department issued a temporary work visa to eight-year-old Eliza Fonseka's parents, but not to the child, because she was considered to be a "significant cost to the Australian community in the areas of health care". Eliza's father Angelo Fonseka said his daughter was in good health and not on medication, and the family had Australian private health insurance to cover any medical costs. "We have given in writing that we will take responsibility for Eliza, she doesn't need any support from the government," Mr Fonseka said.

Sri Lanka's Kumar Dharmasena and England's Richard Kettleborough will be the onfield umpires when India take on co-hosts Australia in the second semi-final of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 on Thursday, 26th March 2015, International Cricket Council (ICC) announced. Sri Lanka's Ranjan Madugalle is the match referee for the Australia-India game at the Sydney Cricket Ground while South Africa's Marais Erasmus has been named as the third umpire.

Kumar Sangakkara speaks at the The Cricket World Cup 2015 Gala Dinner organized by Sri Lanka Cricket Melbourne Association was held at The Grand, Wartana South, Melbourne. This is a fund raiser event in aid of outstation cricket development 

We met Mr. Percy Abesekera the one man cheer squad for Sri Lankan Cricket. 

This is what he has to to say for the Cricket loving fans.  

For Sinhalese migrant Nalika Padmasena her work helping women from culturally diverse backgrounds to speak about domestic and family violence, helped to ease her own homesickness.

AUSTRALIA  will need more than 250,000 new migrants a year to raise living standards and add $1.6 trillion to the economy, according to new analysis backed by one of the government’s top business advisers.

The head of the government’s commission of audit, Tony Shepherd, has warned that the ­migration intake should be maintained at current levels and then rise in the years ahead to confront the challenges of an ageing population.

Sri Lanka’s aspirations to win the 2015 World Cup is being tested to the utmost by the ICC scheduling which has given them the hardest possible route to glory and fans here question whether there was an underlying plot to put them out of the equation in favour of pre-selected favourites. 


The ICC which is popularly believed to be controlled by certain member nations with financial clout has been recently identified as pro India, Australia and England by virtue of its policy to put the named countries at an elevated position over the others giving them control of all things concerning Cricket. 

The Cricket World Cup 2015 Gala Dinner organized by Sri Lanka Cricket Melbourne Association was held at The Grand, Wartana South, Melbourne. This is a fund raiser event in aid of outstation cricket development 

From 5 April 2015, SriLankan customers will be able to travel on codeshare services operated by Jetstar Asia on seven routes from Jetstar Asia’s hub in Singapore. 

Gayan Senanayaka is the superfan of the Sri Lanka cricket team, attending over 200 games at home and abroad. Now, following their successful ICC T20 World Cup campaign in 2014, it’s no surprise that Gayan is excited about seeing his Sri Lankan team in action on the world stage again. 

“I hope to see all the Sri Lanka games, in New Zealand and Australia” says Gayan joyfully, in particular the tournament opener between his beloved Sri Lanka and New Zealand in Christchurch.

His cricket fanaticism came to life when, as a 17-year-old, Gayan watched Sri Lanka secure the 1996 World Cup. As a tournament on home-soil, jointly hosted with India and Pakistan, Sri Lanka subsequently ushered in a cricketing wave that swept the nation, especially Gayan. 

Sri Lankans in Australia celebrated the 67th anniversary of Independence of Sri Lanka, yesterday at The Grand On Cathies Lane with distinguished guests. Over 1000 Sri Lankans in Melbourne graced the occasion with their presence. 

Australian officials are carefully watching Sri Lanka's surprisingly close presidential election, uneasy about how a change of government might affect joint action to stop asylum seekers' boats.

But human rights advocates have urged the Abbott government to cease its "unquestioning" support for President Mahinda Rajapaksa and push for an international investigation into claims of war crimes during the country's civil war.

Mr Rajapaksa has called an early election for January 8, two years ahead of schedule, having successfully changed the country's constitution to allow him to run for a third term.

[update : 29/Jan/2015]

Finance Minister Ravi Karunanayake presenting the interim budget 2015 today said that the option of dual citizenship would be available to all persons of Sri Lankan origin and granted after due evaluation. A payment of Rs. 500,000 will have to precede each individual request. Furthermore, provision will be made for foreigners seeking resident status in Sri Lanka who are in a position to invest US$ 10 million in the country. All such applications would be subject to the approval of Defence Ministry, and would need to be renewed every 5 years. The visa fee for such persons will be Rs. 2.5 million.

Your success and happiness lies in you. Resolve to keep happy, and your joy and you shall form an invincible host against difficulties. Happy New Year 2015 Everyone!

The City of Sydney & Melbourne presents an annual New Year's Eve fireworks spectacular and free entertainment in the city.

Find out the perfect spot to watch the Fireworks display

A return to the seaside village of Unawatuna in Sri Lanka 10 years after it was devastated in the Boxing Day tsunami brought back good and bad memories for a Melbourne family.

For the first time in 10 years, my wife, Sian, and I climbed the small staircase to the balcony of our apartment at the Sea View Hotel in the seaside village of Unawatuna, near Galle in Sri Lanka.

The previous time, we were racing to beat the rapidly rising water and awesome power of the Boxing Day tsunami that engulfed the coast of Sri Lanka.

It was eerie being up there again – like a sequel to a horror movie. 

THE manager of the Lindt cafe who was fatally shot in the Martin Place siege is being praised as the hero of the siege, responsible for allowing others trapped in the cafe to escape.

Seven News is reporting 34-year-old Tori Johnson was wrestling a gun from gunman Man Haron Monis when he was killed.

*** No Sri Lankans are being held hostage

Sri Lanka’s Consul General in New South Wales and Queensland Bandula Jayasekara through a twitter message confirmed that no Sri Lankans are being held hostage at the Lindt Café on Martin Place in Sydney which continues to remain a hostage situation as an apparent gunman entered and allegedly held some occupants.

Gunman Man Haron Monis killed, two hostages dead

Monday, 15 December 2014 00:00 Written by

Police have closed down parts of Martin Place in Sydney's CBD after a man with a shotgun took hostages at a busy cafe. A police media spokeswoman confirmed officers are attending the scene and an operation was underway but could offer no further detail.

Australian MP expresses outrage over pro-LTTE comments

Friday, 12 December 2014 00:00 Written by

An Australian Member of Parliament has expressed outrage over a statement made in parliament by Senator Lee Rhiannon of the Greens on 26 November 2014 which, he says, demonstrates that one of the senators of parliament commemorated the brutal terrorist leader Prabhakaran, who not only killed innocent civilians but killed democratically elected politicians in Sri Lanka.

Disappointing economic growth figures on Wednesday have left Australia’s leading economists rethinking their interest rate forecasts, with several now expecting the cash rate to fall to new record lows in 2015. Dollar has stabilised after hitting fresh lows overnight, amid growing expectations that the central bank will need to cut rates again.

Australia based - DMS Universal and its Sri Lanka travel and tourism arm – Bliss Travels recently announced that the Company hopes to build three hotels in Negombo, Uswetakeyyawa and Sigiriya banking on Sri Lanka’s fast-growing hotel industry.

Australia Approves Temporary Protection Visas for Refugees

Saturday, 06 December 2014 00:00 Written by

The controversial visas were first introduced in Australia during John Howard's administration in 1999. Australia lawmakers approved a bill Thursday that will allow asylum seekers to live and work in the country using temporary protection visas.

Sri Lanka has showed some improvement in addressing corruption in 2014, ranking 85th among 175 countries as against 91st in the previous year, graft watchdog Transparency International India (TII) said on Wednesday while Australia loose 1 point compared to last year.

A Sri Lankan researcher Dr Anushi Rajapaksa has developed a potential alternative for needle vaccinations, successfully trying a method in which people can inhale a vaccine to safeguard against potential infections

Two Sri Lankan students who overpowered a gunman during a McDonalds robbery are among dozens of courageous Victorians to be recognised with bravery awards.

Two friends who tackled an armed robber during a hold-up at a Melbourne fast food restaurant have been honoured with bravery awards at Government House.

Security footage captured the dramatic moment when 25-year-old Kasun Fernando and 22-year-old Ishan Wickramathunga confronted a bandit, who was armed with a sawn-off rifle in McDonald's at Mulgrave, in Melbourne's east.

After disarming him, they held the robber on the ground until police arrived at the restaurant in the early hours of November 12, 2012.

Mr Fernando's proud parents flew from Sri Lanka to attend the awards ceremony, which honoured 30 people for their brave and selfless acts.


"Somehow we went to have a snack... and came out with an award," Mr Fernando said laughing.

"When we saw the footage it is kind of crazy, but yeah, we have done it. It's a proud moment and receiving this award is really [an] honour because it's unexpected."

Mr Wickramathunga said he had been standing near the counter with his friend deciding what to order when a man entered wearing a balaclava.

"We were actually thinking that it was a joke kind of thing, when people come in with masks on, and then he pointed his gun at us and asked us to kneel down," he said.

"He was taking money from the till but he kept the gun on the bench when he was trying to put money in the bag."

I had a few seconds before he grabbed the gun and I could take him, so I jumped on him, struggled with him and my friend came and disabled him from the neck.

Kasun Fernando, Bravery award recipient


That was the moment Mr Fernando decided to strike.

"When we saw the opportunity... I had a few seconds before he grabbed the gun and I could take him, so I jumped on him, struggled with him and my friend came and disabled him from the neck," Mr Fernando said.

"It's instant feeling actually - I felt like, 'OK I'm going to take him down'... and my friend supported me really well and we succeeded.

"I felt like [the robber] was doing something damaging to the community, he's scaring everybody behind the counter and the staff, so I thought it shouldn't go on anymore."

Both joked that they were then kept hungry for hours while giving police statements, so they were very surprised and happy to receive a bravery award.

Victorian Governor Alex Chernov said that each of the stories of bravery was a good news story.

"[They] reflect not only their own goodwill to others but inspire the rest of our community to help their neighbours notwithstanding danger," he said.

"Through their actions they have provided the community with a sense of reassurance and faith in humanity that is often needed when we go about our busy days."

SIYODA Jayawardene is well-versed when it comes to the art of poetry.

The High Commission of Sri Lanka in Canberra, Australia celebrated Deepavali, “The festival of Lights” at the High Commission on 25th October 2014. A cross- section of the Sri Lankan Tamil community resident in Canberra, the representatives of the Sri Lankan Associations were present at the event.

Sri Lankan innovator in Australia has developed a  finance management tool specially for low income earners to keep track of their cash flow and find ways to save money.

This is free software and find out more at

President Mahinda Rajapaksa in his capacity as the Finance Minister presented his 10th consecutive budget and 69th budget since Independence yesterday. Here is President Rajapaksa's proposal for overseas Sri Lankans

[Update1: 26/10/2014]

THREE children have been flown to hospital after a horrific smash on the Hume Highway north of Seymour, which also left two adults with serious injuries.

Edward Gough Whitlam, the former Australian Prime Minister who strengthened ties abroad, has died, the Australian government said Monday.

Sakyamuni Sambuddha Vihara Katina Pinkama [LIVE]

Friday, 03 October 2014 00:00 Written by

Sakyamuni Sambuddha Vihara Katina Pinkama will be live broadcast 12 October 2014 from Sunday morning 

How safe is your suburb in Victoria?

Friday, 10 October 2014 00:00 Written by

RACV's analysis of the 2013/14 Victorian crime statistics has been released.

The average number of homes burgled accross Victoria is one in 73

Top 10 most burgled areas are dominated by suburbs in Melbourne's west and north

The top burglary hot spot is Ardeer; followed closely by Williams Landing

Canberra named the best place in the world... OECD rankings

Wednesday, 08 October 2014 00:00 Written by

An expanded OECD report ranking regions has yet again confirmed what many locals have long known, finding that Canberra is the best place to live in the world.

$20 million spent in one year to stop the boats

Monday, 06 October 2014 00:00 Written by

Elaborate advertising campaigns commissioned by the Labor and Abbott governments to stop refugees seeking protection in Australia have cost taxpayers almost $23 million in one year.

Dual citizenship from next year?

Monday, 06 October 2014 00:00 Written by

President Mahinda Rajapaksa on Saturday said that his government was planning to reintroduce the granting of dual citizenship from January.

A book written by a Lankan Lady Tina Faulk who migrated to Australia. The book was launched in Melbourne on August 31 at the Ceylon Society and has gained a receptive audience of readers in Australia, Sri Lanka, the US and UK.

Automobile Association offers us to have  RACV, NRMA roadside assistance to us when we are in Sri Lanka. interviewed Automobile Association delegates when they are here in Australia for Federation International Automobile conference.

Two countries One visa

Wednesday, 01 October 2014 00:00 Written by

If you are travelling to Australia and New Zealand between 26 January - 5 April 2015 for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015​, you only need to apply for an Australian visa.

The cessation (which occurred on 29/05/2014) of non-contributory parent and other family visas has been disallowed and these visas can now be lodged again without the need to pay huge government fees.

Edward Jayakody had an interview with Divaina news paper after he went back to Sri Lanka from Australia. 

Sunday Times had a discussion with Mr. Kapila Chandrasena, CEO of Sri Lankan Air Lines. We may be able to have direct Sri Lankan Air Lines flight to Colombo from Melbourne soon!

ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 Highlighting Sri Lanka.

One of the most dynamic multicultural events ever put on Australia hosted a historic cricket party to promote the ICC CWC 2015 creating a home town atmosphere for Sri Lanka’s Games in Melbourne and Hobart as Wellington.

Australia police probe Lankan’s death

Saturday, 30 August 2014 00:00 Written by

The Australian police are investigating the death of a Sri Lankan woman who’s body was found in a Sydney creek this week.

The brother who found his younger sister Amesha Rajapakse drowned in a Western Sydney creek just metres from their home said she was the “cleverest” person he knew, The Daily Telegraph reported. Still unable to comprehend how the 31-year-old died sometime on Tuesday night, Sahan Rajapakse said his sister had gone out to buy food around 7.30pm but never returned. 

Melbourne the world’s most liveable city… Again!

Tuesday, 19 August 2014 01:01 Written by

Melbourne has topped the Economist Intelligence Unit’s Global Liveability Index (EIU) for the fourth consecutive year.

Two Sri Lankan students who overpowered a gunman during a McDonalds robbery are among dozens of courageous Victorians to be recognised with bravery awards.

Mr & Mrs. Dissanayake from Traralgon, Victoria interviewed by WIN Television

Miss Sri Lanka Australia (Video Highlights)

Saturday, 09 August 2014 00:00 Written by

Watch this space as we update with more video n picture highlights. Stay tuned with

Watch this space as we update with more video n picture highlights. Stay tuned with

The youngest contestant in the whole Voice Kids Australia 2014, Sri Lankan descent Elina has done her best in the battle round. 

Networking Events during the Australia Business Mission 2014

Wednesday, 22 October 2014 00:00 Written by

Sri Lankan pioneer IT firms delegates will be in Australia on November. There will be few business networking events in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne. 

Sri Lankan died in a tragic car accident in South Australian freeway and his wife is critically ingured.

You do not need to have an Australian visa label in your passport and visa holders are no longer routinely issued visa labels. From 1 July 2014 the charge for a visa label is $150.

Students drive migration

Tuesday, 08 July 2014 00:00 Written by

OVERSEAS student arrivals will increase and departures fall away as a result of work incentives and other visa changes, the immigration department predicts.

According to her dad, Elina started singing even before she could talk – she even used to cry in vibrato!

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Australian Louise Searle tells why she would give up life in Australia for Sri Lanka.

WHEN Australian Louise Searle made an impromptu trip to Sri Lanka, she never imagined how it would change her life forever.

A GERALDTON doctor has been charged with murdering her husband, who was also a doctor, in a domestic dispute.

Major Crime Squad detectives last night charged the 34-year-old woman with the murder of Dr Dinendra Athukorala on June 24, at a house in Shenton Street, Geraldton.

Tips for Tax time

Friday, 27 June 2014 00:00 Written by

Australia Tax time is on the horizon. ATO has provided some tips on your tax return. We have listed down few highlights and you can visit ATO web site and YouTube channel for more information.

Sri Lankan Muslims Protest In Canberra

Thursday, 26 June 2014 00:00 Written by

Julie Owens MP speaks to protesters at Parliament House on June 26, 2014 in Canberra, Australia. The rally is a response to the pogrom led by Buddhist Extremist group Bodu Bala Sena in the south-west of Sri Lanka that targeted the Christian and Muslim minorities and left hundreds wounded and four dead. (Photo by Cole Bennetts/Getty Images)

1st article of the series of articles from Mr. Gamini Leslie Director of Customs(Legal) / Media spokesperson

How powerful is your passport?

Wednesday, 25 June 2014 00:00 Written by

Travelling around the world may be much easier now compared to how it was just mere years ago, but even then, not every nationality enjoys the same freedom to travel anywhere in the world without a visa. 

Housemates intervene to save life of 40-year-old man in Melbourne after he poured petrol on his legs and set them alight, weeks after similar case saw another Sri Lankan asylum-seeker die from burns the Media Partner for Miss Sri Lanka Australia covered behind the scene videos and here is the collection. 

All set for an international standard pageant on 3rd of August 2014. Full credit goes to MSLA team for organizing this event in Australia for the first time. will publish the pictures and videos of the pageant. Stay tuned! 

Julian Simonsz performed “Suit And Tie” by Justin Timberlake on The Voice Australia Sing Off on Monday June 16, 2014.

Australia has advised its citizens traveling to Sri Lanka to "exercise a high degree of caution" in the country at this time because of the unpredictable security environment in the island.


Tuesday, 17 June 2014 00:00 Written by

The enduring reputation of many British and American universities continues to attract the lion’s share of international students, but things are changing in the world of international recruitment. With Australasia and Asia emerging as increasingly attractive options for many overseas students, it’s often hard to compare the real cost of study in different countries. So which study destination presents best value for money? 

Julian hit the right notes with his energetic performance of MKTO's chart topper and now he is in live show rounds. Lets wish all the very best to Julian and all the Sri Lankans are behind him to win the title. 

"Expressions of the Month" - June Gallery

Monday, 02 June 2014 00:00 Written by

Lankan photo enthusiasts section. This month collection is from Dushmantha Bulathsinhala.

Aus Govt confirms Sri Lankan asylum seeker death

Monday, 02 June 2014 02:02 Written by

A Sri Lankan asylum seeker living in the community on a bridging visa in Geelong has died after suffering burns to 90 per cent of his body. A Victoria Police spokeswoman says officers were called to a unit fire in inner suburban Newtown on Saturday morning following reports a man was on fire in the front yard. It's believed the injuries were self-inflicted, she said.

Julian Simonsz battling with Krishool singing Superstition in The Voice Australia 2014

And the winner is......... 

Lodge you tax online this year

Tuesday, 03 June 2014 02:02 Written by

Want to spend less time doing your tax return this year? myTax is ATOs new easy online lodgment option.

You will be able to lodge anywhere, anytime with your tablet, smart phone or computer.

Here some highlights from Miss Sri Lanka Australia 2014 - Castings Team 

The pageant is on 3rd of August 2014. Stay tuned to for more updates on Miss Sri Lanka Australia 2014!

Newly-wed Julian Simonz has been singing professionally for the past three years. He recently married his girlfriend of seven years and the loved-up pair has postponed their honeymoon for his blind audition on The Voice.

Of Sri Lankan heritage, Julian was exposed to both eastern and western music from an early age and has developed a broad genre base that skews passionately towards R’n’B and pop. He has recently completed a Bachelor of Audio Production; skills that he applies when writing and producing his own music and lyrics.

Australia the most expensive country in the G20

Monday, 12 May 2014 00:00 Written by

Australians are living in the most expensive G20 economy in the world. A study by the World Bank shows the costs of goods and services in Australia are elevated around the levels of pricey European countries Switzerland, Norway, Denmark and Sweden.

Australia’s Defence Minister Senator David Johnston expressed appreciation of the role played by Sri Lanka in combating people smuggling and other illegal activities and underlined Australia’s resolve to work closely with Sri Lanka in this area.

Honest Sri Lankan student gets to keep $80,000

Friday, 09 May 2014 00:00 Written by

Chamindu Amarsinghe said on Thursday he was speechless to hear he will get $81,597 of the cash he found at Channel 9’s Docklands headquarters, after no one came forward to claim it.

Melbourne Rail Link will enable the addition of more services, improve reliability and provide capacity for 30% more passengers in the peak hour.

By adding two new tracks in the inner core of Melbourne's rail system, the project will enable dedicated train lines, each using their own set of tracks - delivering more frequent and more reliable train services for all passengers.

Melbourne Rail Link will also deliver the Melbourne Airport Rail Link, connecting Melbourne Airport to Southern Cross Station.

"Expressions of the Month" - May Gallery

Friday, 02 May 2014 00:00 Written by

Lankan photo enthusiasts section. This month collection is from "Mystic Radiance Photography"

CO-OPERATION between Sri Lanka and Australia on fighting people-smuggling has reversed migration patterns, with thousands more Sri Lankans arriving as skilled workers while the flow of illegal boats from the South Asian nation, which peaked at tens of thousands, has now stopped.

Happy Sri Lanka!!!

Monday, 26 May 2014 00:00 Written by

Collection of Pharrell Williams - Happy Videos (Remakes done in Sri Lanka)

Sri Lankans are now enjoying peace, stability and economic progress. We can see that from the faces of locals and the tourists.  Visit Sri Lanka!!!

Miss Sri Lanka Australia LAUNCH PARTY 2014

Thursday, 03 July 2014 00:00 Written by

Launch of MSLA ! See the contestants on the runway and dance the night away. Brought to you by Miss Sri Lanka Australia and Club Ministry. Message MSLA to get on the guestlist. Launch: 7pm-9pm and permitted to stay on for the rest of the night. 

The new Ranger camera can detect motorists using mobile phones and not wearing seat belts up to 700 metres away.

Send your New Year celebration pictures/highlights to publish on this digital magazine. - The online magazine for Sri Lankans in Australia

Muthuhara invites Melbourne Children to join hands

Thursday, 10 April 2014 00:00 Written by

Muthuhara Melbourne admission is now open

Newly arrived and planning to settle in Melbourne?

Tuesday, 08 April 2014 00:00 Written by

Good opportunity for those newly who migrated to Melbourne.