The Australian Turkish Business Council sincerely congratulates our elected State members of Parliament and the Labor Party victory.
Erdoghan Cuma was a little six year old boy when he arrived in Australia in 1952.
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.
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
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.
The ATBC takes great pleasure in announcing that the President of the Australian Turkish Business Council, Mr Huseyin Mustafa has been honoured for outstanding achievement and service.
Getting Dirty is Beautiful – Kirlenmek Güzeldir
Watching television Advertisements is a mundane and mandatory obligation for viewers watching commercial television programmes.
I have never been impressed with any advertising campaign until I saw this brilliant piece of marketing for OMO. The Turkish Advertising company who created this OMO campaign deserves an award.
The morning weather began a bit chilly but the ATBC Board and their helpers arrived early to set up for the Annual Picnic at Greenvale Reservoir, knowing full well that the crowds would pour in.
Banners and flags were unfolded, tables were set, barbecues were lit, barbecue aroma filled the air, salad and dips were displayed; and then a continuous, long, steady stream of guests arrived to enjoy the day.