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Hi to all Pinoy AU pips, we have a new up coming FREE Webinar for you. In partnership with Visa Consort, we bring you, "Skills Assessment - the make of break Webinar" online seminar. It will be on 14th March 2019 at 8-9pm Manila Time. Limited to 50 slots, so hurry up, more info here .
Happy 2019 sa lahat! New update lang... we are planning to revamp the site in the 1st - 2nd quarter of this year, time to change the very old look ng site. Salamat sa lahat ng support, especially sa mga loyal na bumabalik at moderator na walang sawang sumusuporta sa site.

Same S3x Marriage - approved by 61% of australians

heycoachputmeinheycoachputmein australiaTotal Reaction Points: 13Member
Last wednesday lumabas ang census about the SSM issue, two things personally i want to highlight.

1. Last Sept 2017 AU govt have sent a voting survey to all AU citizen who are either current registered voters or expected registered voters in 2020

I am proud and satisfied that the government have asked the public opinion about this sensitive matter. Only few nation can say that they have done this.

2. 61% AU voted YES, which means they are in favor of changing the law to allow SSM.
I personally disagree with this, but we are nation of diversity and democracy.
so I dont agree but i have to accept it.

any feedback?
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New SimplyStall Mobile App!

Hi everyone!

I'm very happy to announce PinoyAu Forum's new app called "SimplyStall" . It's a new Gumtree like service for Pinoys in Australia but in a way better!

So if you have any items just collecting dust? Why not convert it to cash?

If you are selling new items or products or wish to give an item away for free then this might be a good avenue for you.

This project is a new initiative to unify and have a common portal for Pinoys in Australia to sell and share stuffs.

It's now available on Google Play and Apple App Store.

Please do try it out. I'd appreciate if you can help me spread the good news and start selling your old or new stuffs.

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