SBS World News Radio: A five year old boy has been refused entry to a Melbourne school because his traditional headwear known as a patka doesn't conform with...

SBS World News Radio Jan 19

NSW Premier Mike Baird announces his retirement from politics; Barack Obama gives his last press conference; We start our First Day series with Saroo Brierly;  
SBS World News Radio: New South Wales Premier Mike Baird has announced his retirement from politics, just half way through his term as the state's leader. The...
SBS World News Radio: Intense pressure is being brought to bear on The Gambia's President, Yahya Jammeh, to step down peacefully and hand over to his elected...
SBS World News Radio: Barack Obama has held his last press conference as US President, addressing topics ranging from press freedom to immigration, and offering...
SBS World News Radio: There are hundreds of government grants available to help small businesses but many find accessing this information difficult.

SBS World News Radio Jan 18

A presidential reprieve for Chelsea Manning; A reshuffle of the Turnbull ministry; Forty years on from Australia's worst rail disaster;
SBS World News Radio: There are calls for a national inquiry into unpaid work experience, after a study found more than half of young Australians have...
SBS World News Radio: US President Barack Obama announces 35 year sentence of US army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning commuted. 
SBS World News Radio: Malcolm Turnbull appoints the country's first ever Indigenous government Minister as part of wider ministerial reshuffle.  
SBS World News Radio: It's been 13 years since the collapse of the National Soccer League and there are just 17 players from that era still playing in the A...
SBS World News Radio: More than a hundred people are reported dead after a Nigerian military jet mistakenly bombed a refugee settlement.
SBS World News Radio: Britain's Prime Minister has finally offered some detail on the plan for Brexit.
SBS World News Radio: Forty years on, it remains the worst train crash in Australian history.

SBS World News Radio Jan 17

Aid agencies call for more support for the world's forgotten crises; Pauline Hanson wants to ban the burqa in Queensland; Martyn Dunn joining the ranks of the...
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