Millions of migrants in Australia are hoping for a last minute reprieve from Westpac Bank to prevent the closure of its small money transfer services.  
A more streamlined approach to job seeking services is one of the items on the wish list for Victoria's migrant communities ahead of the state election.
A Senate estimates hearing in Canberra has been told staff at Australia's public broadcasters will learn the extent of the damage caused by the government's...

SBS World News Radio Nov 21

Indigenous remains to be repatriated from France;Is IS a threat to Jordan? And, should Australians be getting more sun?
The United Nations program on HIV-AIDS says the world could see the end of the AIDS epidemic in around 15 years.
Sex Discrimination Commissioner Elizabeth Broderick wants men in positions of influence to play a part in promoting gender equality.
The Tasmanian government is considering a private members bill which would ban tobacco sales to people born after 2000.
A group of Melbourne schoolchildren has been asked to step outside of their own lives and into the lives of children in other parts of the world. 
Indigenous elders have welcomed a new agreement between France and Australia on the repatriation of Indigenous remains.
It's been a big week for Prime Minister Tony Abbott; not only did he host the G20 summit in Brisbane, he also played host to four visiting world leaders, and...
Australian foreign affairs minister Julie Bishop has chaired a high-level meeting of the United Nations Security Council, addressing violent extremism.
The Cancer Council has rejected a push by British scientists for Australians to get more sunlight, to ward off a range of health problems.

SBS World News Radio Nov 20

Unrest continues in the Palmer United Party;What impact will budget cuts have on public broadcasting;Bird Flu on the rise again;
Ten years ago, Aboriginal man Cameron Doomadgee died from massive internal injuries in the Palm Island police station in far north Queensland.
The Abbott Government has announced deep funding cuts to the country's public broadcasters, SBS and the ABC.

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