Kevin Bong and his fellow ni-Vanuatu seasonal workers have developed a positive reputation in the South Australian community of Goolwa - and not just for harvesting vegetables.
become volunteer firefighters in Victoria
Motivated by a desire to give back to their community, more than 40 Fijians in regional Victoria have volunteered to become firefighters with the Country Fire Authority (CFA).
shines through at Alice Springs facility
Caring has always come naturally to Angie from Solomon Islands, and her work in aged care through the Pacific Australia Labour Mobility (PALM) scheme is helping her reach in her goal to become a nurse.
For West Australian fruit growers Newton Orchards, the Pacific Australia Labour Mobility (PALM) scheme has become an integral part of maintaining a 93-year-old family-run business and helped foster strong bonds with people in Tonga.
PALM scheme approved employer Harvey Beef has taken a model approach to ensure its workers from the Pacific islands adjust to life in Australia.
Workers from Kiribati, Samoa and Solomon Islands took to the stage at Kingaroy's largest festival, 'Baconfest', showcasing their culture through song and dance.
In February, representatives from Queensland Berries travelled to Timor-Leste to meet some of their new Pacific Australia Labour Mobility (PALM) scheme employees. Now these workers have arrived and settled into their new roles and community in Caboolture, Australia.
When Stawell’s ni-Vanuatu community wanted to celebrate their country’s Independence Day and raise some money to send musical instruments and goods back home, a talent show proved to be the perfect idea.
When Mariel Kalomor moved to Western Australia to participate in the Pacific Australia Labour Mobility (PALM) scheme, she thought she would have to take a break from her favourite sport, judo. Now she's going to the Commonwealth Games.
Driving in a new country can be a challenge, but a safe driver training course aims to make the experience a bit smoother.