Sinhala - Hindu New Year Celebrations of Anulians in Sydney
Past pupils of Anula Vidyalaya Nugegoda, Sri Lanka celebrated Sinhala - Hindu New Year on Sunday 15 April 2018 to coincide with celebrations held Island wide in Sri Lanka. The Venue was a spacious garden of a member of their association. The main table was ladled with the traditional sweetmeats such as Kavum, Athirasa, Kokis, Mung Guly, Bibikkam, Pani Walalu, togetherwith the Queen of the Aurudu Table – Kiri Bath and Lunumiris. Somebody commented this is was the best spread of Lankan delicacies seen after leaving Sri Lanka!

Health care systems compared- developing country like Sri Lanka & a developed country like Australia
Sri Lanka's expenditure on health (both public and private) was around 3.2% of GDP, or US$89 per head, in 2012, according to estimates by the World Health Organization. Despite this low expenditure, the health of the population has made great strides, with life expectancy rising from around 60 in 1960 to 74 in 2012, according to the World Bank. The mortality rate for children under five has fallen from 98 per 1,000 live births to 9.6 per 1,000 births in 2013. Many of its health indicators rival those of more developed countries in the region, such as Thailand and Malaysia. Thailand, for example, has a higher mortality rate for children under five and a similar life expectancy, but spends more than twice as much per head on health.