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25 April 2013, Hong Kong Cenotaph, Central
Applications are now open for the 2014 round of the Australia Awards Endeavour Scholarships and Fellowships. Part of the broader Australia Awards initiative, the Endeavour Scholarships and Fellowships provide opportunities for international recipients range from fellowships of between 1 and 4 months to postgraduate scholarships that support the recipient to undertake a master’s or doctoral degree at an Australian institution. Applications for the current round will close on 30 June 2013. For further details, please click here.
The Australian federal election will be held on Saturday 14 September 2013.
Early (in-person) voting will be offered at the Australian Consulate-General from Monday 2 September 2013. Election arrangements including voting times will be published on this page closer to the election. In the meantime, you can find information relating to being overseas at election time on the Australian Electoral Commission’s website www.aec.gov.au.
Mr Paul Tighe, Australian Consul General to Hong Kong and Macau, presents insights on doing business with Hong Kong and its importance to Australia and Victoria in trade and investment and as a gateway to the world's fastest growing market, China.
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Applications are now open for the 2014 round of the Australia Awards Endeavour Scholarships and Fellowships. [ More ]
Australians in Hong Kong honour the Anzac spirit
70th anniversary of the construction of the Hellfire Pass on the Burma-Thailand Railway
More than 700 Australians and New Zealanders have gathered at Hong Kong Cenotaph in Central early this morning to mark Anzac Day – the most significant day of commemoration for Australians and New Zealanders. [ More ]
South Australia’s gift of eight koalas is at the centre of Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed today that will further deepen the links between Hong Kong and Australia. [ More ]
The Australian Consulate-General will in 2013 again support one of the biggest global endeavours to save the planet - Earth Hour (8:30pm-9:30pm, Saturday 23 March) by switching off all non-essential lighting and electrical equipment. [ More ]
Master classes on hot disciplines including aviation, forensic science, robotics engineering and commerce will be launched by top Australian universities in nine local secondary schools. [ More ]
Australian universities equip people with the knowledge, skills and networks that will last a lifetime – and give every student the foundation they need for a future unlimited. For years now, many Hong Kong students have chosen to study in Australia for its capacity for innovation and history of academic excellence. [ More ]
Hong Kong’s Chief Secretary for Administration, Mrs Carrie Lam GBS, JP, has praised Australia’s large expatriate community for their contribution to the city’s vibrancy, cultural diversity and prosperity. The Chief Secretary made her comments last night during an official reception in Hong Kong to honour Australia’s national day.