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WHAT do you cook when the Dalai Lama comes to dinner?

by Geoff Shearer, The Courier-Mail, June 11, 2011

Melbourne, Australia -- MasterChef Australia contestants have been thinking about that all night after being told late yesterday they would be cooking for His Holiness today in Melbourne.


Special prayers for Christchurch

ONE News, June 8, 2011

Christchurch, New Zealand -- The power of prayer was felt in Christchurch today as thousands of people turned out for a service with the Dalai Lama.


Light shines on festival

by Michael Randall, Pakenham Cardinal Leader, 29 May, 2011

BERWICK, Australia -- BERWICK Buddhist Temple has come alive with colour as part of the traditional celebration of Wesak.


Lama Choedak Rinpoche apologises

by FRANCES STEWART, Canberra Times, 1 May, 2011

Canberra, Australia -- THE HEAD of Canberra's Tibetan Buddhist community has apologised to members of the society after allegations he had sexual relationships with several women from the group emerged late last year.


Plea for carpark for Springvale South temples

by Nicole Precel, Dandenon-Leader, Apr 18, 2011

Melbourne, Australia -- TWO BUDDHIST groups are calling for the council to build a carpark near their Springvale South temples.


A Buddhist tradition takes root in Bendigo

by S. MUTHIAH, The Hindu, Apr 17, 2011

The fastest growing religion in Australia is Buddhism, and its roots have been traced back to Sri Lanka. But the question is will it sustain?

Bendigo, Australia -- The biggest stupa outside the countries with a significant Buddhist presence is being built in Bendigo, not far from Melbourne.


Oz Buddhist leader complains of Christian biasness in Victorian schools

ANI, Apr 10, 2011

Canberra, Australia -- Buddhist community leader Dr Sue Smith has complained of "Christian bias" in religious education in Victoria, Australia, saying that her group could have expanded to hundreds of schools if it had access to government funding.


Prayers for peace and strength

The Westender, Jan 14, 2010

Priestdale, Australia -- World Buddhist Leader donates $ 100,000 to Queensland Flood Appeal Venerable Master Hsing Yun, the founding Master of Fo Guang Shun, one of the largest Buddhist organisations in the world, shares a close empathy with the people of Queensland.


Fairfield temple gets green light for worship

by Melanie Darmody, Fairfield Advance, 28 Oct 2010

Fairfield, Australia -- A FAIRFIELD Heights residential site that was found to be operating illegally as a place of worship will now be allowed to be used as a Buddhist temple.


Buddhist temple has community blessing

by Sarah Garvis, Southern Times Messenger, Oct 5, 2010

Sellicks Hill, South Australia -- PLANS to build a $15 million Buddhist temple at Sellicks Hill have been backed by local tourism and community groups, who say it will attract residents from all over the world.


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