Communal News and Communal Marketplace Open Platforms Have Gone Global 

Communal News platform is now published in over 97% of the world’s languages. CN has over 1,000 contributors from every corner of the planet and we wanted to bring all their interesting work to every reader with access to a computer. Use the drop down menu to select your language and enjoy all CN articles, blogs and gig listings in the language that you prefer.  A reader checked it out and commented:

“I tried Mandarin, Spanish, French and Catalan and they all look pretty good!”

Sydney Faces “Catastrophic” Threat as Fires Rage

Australian оffісіаlѕ have wаrnеd оf thе роtеntіаl “catastrophic” thrеаt роѕеd bу natural fіrеѕ in the ѕuburbѕ of Sуdnеу, thе соuntrу’ѕ lаrgеѕt city. Vulnеrаblе residents wеrе wаrnеd to leave thе аrеа аnd ѕееk rеfugе in ѕhорріng malls. At lеаѕt thrее people have dіеd іn Auѕtrаlіа’ѕ wildfires in recent days аnd thоuѕаndѕ have flеd their hоmеѕ. On Sundау, mоrе thаn fіvе nаturаl fіrеѕ continued іn thе two states оf Nеw Sоuth Wales and Quееnѕlаnd.

Uluru Mountain Closed to Climbers After Final Friday Ascents

In Australia, Friday was the lаѕt day for tourists to climb Uluru mountain. Clіmbіng the mountain іѕ now рrоhіbіtеd іn оrdеr to hоnоr thе wіll of thе nаtіvеѕ of thе аrеа. This huge rосk, also knоwn as Aуеrѕ Rock, wіll bе реrmаnеntlу off limits begining Sаturdау. Uluru Mountain is a rеd sandstone rосk lосаtеd іn thе Nоrthеrn Territory іn сеntrаl Auѕtrаlіа. Uluru іѕ four mеtеrѕ hіgh аnd is knоwn іntеrnаtіоnаllу fоr іtѕ rеd color. Thе Uluru Rосk Mountains аrе ѕасrеd tо the Ananguѕ, natives оf thе аrеа. They hаvе long bееn саllіng fоr tоurіѕtѕ to ѕtор сlіmbіng thе rock.

Australian Football League: A Brutal, Giant Spectacle

Australians tend to love different sports, including cricket, soccer, rugby union, but nothing beats their passion for Australian Rules Football. It is a fast-paced, physically demanding sport that often resembles a mass brawl.

Australian Football or the AFL has the fourth-highest attendance of any domestic sports league in the world. It mainly consists of 18 teams playing each other over a 23-week regular season and a 4-week finals series. The season culminates in a Grand Final, in front of a hundred thousand fans at the historic Melbourne Cricket Ground.

What to Consider When Moving Interstate in Australia

According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, during 2017-2018, almost 393,000 people moved interstate, up by 4.3% from the previous year. Further, about 43% of Australians moved their home in the past 5 years. So, moving interstate is a likely decision for most of Australia’s population. Nonetheless, whether you’re moving for lifestyle or work, just like the states vary, so do the challenges you’ll face when moving. Either way, here’s a list of the top 5 tips to guarantee a seamless relocation experience whenever you decide to change the scenery in Australia.

4 Melbourne Cup Marketing Tactics for Small Businesses

With Melbourne Cup Day rapidly approaching as part of the 2019 Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival, opportunities are ripe for small businesses to capitalize on what is a public holiday in Melbourne and parts of the wider Victoria area. It isn’t called the Race that Stops a Nation for nothing; put in the extra work while other places may be closed and you could give your business a vital advantage.

New Zealand Awaits England (4-6) or Australia (6-5) in Cricket World Cup Final

A month and a half of ODIs, centuries, and washouts have come down to this.  Defending champions Australia (6-5) take on hosts England (4-6) in Thursday morning’s second semifinal for the right to play in Sunday’s 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup Final.  The winner will face New Zealand, who withstood India— and the weather— in the first, two-day semifinal.  England have never won the World Cup, but are once again favorites (11-8) to do so this year.

Is Polling Broken? Australian Miss Continues Losing Streak

At around 9:30 p.m. Saturday night on Australia’s east coast, Antony Green, chief elections analyst at the ABC, made his announcement to a half-stunned, half-delirious nation. “At this stage, we think the Morrison Government has been reelected.” Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s conservative Coalition, widely expected to lose to Bill Shorten’s Labor Party after six turbulent years (and three Prime Ministers), instead won a majority government in the House of Representatives. For Labor, it was a crushing and baffling defeat in an election many thought un-losable. For the polling industry, however, the Coalition’s triumph was catastrophic, the latest high-profile miss over an abysmal and embarrassing three-year span.

As the Prime Ministership Turns: Australians Vote Saturday for Even More Change

Australians will be voting for a new Parliament, and possibly, their fourth Prime Minister in six years this weekend. Liberal incumbent Scott Morrison and Labor leader Bill Shorten have been neck and neck throughout the campaign. However, Aussies don’t seem to like either one of them, with up to a quarter unable to state a preference in the polls. Yet, voting is compulsory Down Under, so they’ll have to vote for one of them.

Australians go to the polls much more often than in other Westminster democracies, at every three years. Still, the frequent changes in party and national leadership have made the country something of an international joke.

Australian Open Concludes This Weekend