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Saturday 5 April 2014
An election for six new Senators for Western Australia will be held on Saturday 5 April 2014. For information on voting in Hong Kong or on how to apply for a postal vote, click here.
Saturday 15 March 2014 - Voting now open!
Australians visiting or residing in Hong Kong or Macau are advised that there will be a State General Election for South Australia on Saturday 15 March 2014. Voting services are now open in Hong Kong. For details, click here.
Saturday 15 March 2014
Australians visiting or residing in Hong Kong or Macau are advised that there will be a State General Election for Tasmania on Saturday 15 March 2014. For information on voting, click here.
Meet Paul Tighe, Australia's Consul-General to Hong Kong and non-resident Consul-General to Macau. Paul discusses Australia's long-established and close ties with Hong Kong, including the extensive links between Australians and people from Hong Kong, $8 billion trade relationship and $70 billion investment relationship. He also discusses Australia's links with Macau, where Australia's gaming and premium food and beverage industries maintain a strong presence - and great reputation!
Are you registered?
Australians living, or staying for an extended period, in Hong Kong and Macau are encouraged to register their contact details at www.orao.dfat.gov.au
For information about the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust and its fundraising mission, visit: www.jubileetrust.org.au or to download a message to Australians from the Trust’s chairman, former governor-general Michael Jeffrey, click here.
Hong Kong’s Financial Secretary, Mr John Tsang GBS, JP, has acknowledged the many contributions that Australians here have made to the city’s social, economic and cultural development over the years. The Financial Secretary made his comments last night during an official reception in Hong Kong to honour Australia’s national day. [ More ]
Australia and Macau have further strengthened cooperation at an official level with the signing today of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on immigration issues. [ More ]
Hong Kong students can research and plan their Australian education via mobile phone and tablet on the new Study in Australia website, www.studyinaustralia.gov.au, the official source of information on studying in Australia. [ More ]