17
Feb
2015

Istanbul is Happy

Turkey is one happy country.

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8
Feb
2015

Diversity creates Wealth

The Commonwealth Bank are proud sponsors of the new Multicultural campaign – Diversity creates Wealth.

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2
Feb
2015

Interview on Arkabahce

Our President, Huss Mustafa is a multi-faceted and multi talented individual, who happily divides his time between his work, family, charity and hobbies.

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30
Nov
2014

Congratulations to ALP Success

The Australian Turkish Business Council sincerely congratulates our elected State members of Parliament and the Labor Party victory.

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25
Nov
2014

Erdoghan (Eddie) Cuma

Erdoghan Cuma was a little six year old boy when he arrived in Australia in 1952.

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15
Nov
2014

Turkey calls for a more ‘inclusive’ G20

As Turkey prepares to take over the G20 presidency, Prime Minister Davutoğlu shares a vision of a more inclusive organization that listens to the concerns of the largely voiceless least developed countries.
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5
Nov
2014

Gallipoli sculpture receives funding

The Australian Turkish Centenary Community Committee are proud to announce that they have formally received funding of $330,000 from the Federal and the Victorian State Government to fund the Australian Turkish Friendship Memorial Sculpture.

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29
Jul
2014

Shane Delia’s Spice Journey Turkey

Award-winning Chef and Restaurateur, Shane Delia is returning to our television screen with the second instalment of his Spice Journey.  This time he is travelling through Turkey. Read more

6
Jul
2014

The Water Diviner

There is a wonderful new movie about Gallipoli being released at the end of this year called ‘The Water Diviner’.  Award winning actor Russell Crowe stars in the movie and he also steps behind the camera to make his directional debut.

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10
Jun
2014

‘Huss’ receives honour

MULTICULTURAL ADVOCATE AWARDED OAM

When Huseyin Mustafa arrived in Australia from Cyprus 46 years ago, Melbourne was a very different place.

Born in a village with only 200 people and no running water or electricity, his Turkish Cypriot family spent 24 days on a ship to escape war.

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