SBS World News Radio: John Glenn, the man who was perhaps the third of the world's three most legendary space explorers of the 20th century, has died in the...
SBS World News Radio: State and territory leaders have criticised the Prime Minister for not showing enough leadership on energy issues to help reduce power prices.

World News Radio 9 December

The states and territories criticise the PM over energy policy; South Korean parliamentarians vote to impeach the president; US astronaut John Glenn remembered as...
SBS World News Radio: Syrian government forces claim victory is in sight as they continue advancing on remaining rebel troops in parts of eastern Aleppo.
SBS World News Radio: People in the Solomon Islands had a rude awakening this morning as a massive earthquake struck near the islands.

Weekend sport preview

SBS World News Radio: We are coming up to the second weekend of summer, and that means plenty of cricket, football and basketball in the Australian sporting diet.

World News Radio 8 December

The unions challenge the federal government on economic policy; the Indonesia earthquake death toll rises; Remembering the attack on Pearl Harbour 75 years on. 
SBS World News Radio: Australian unions are calling on the federal government to focus on job creation and wage growth following the country's weakest economic...
SBS World News Radio: The Dutch government has announced an inquiry into the final years of colonial rule in Indonesia, when its troops are accused of having used...
SBS World News Radio: A computerised text message bungle has led to more than 2,000 final year students in Victoria receiving their results five days early.
SBS World News Radio: Aid agency Oxfam says the death and injury toll is higher as many Acehnese were asleep in their beds when their homes collapsed.
SBS World News Radio: Poor weather conditions are hampering search and rescue efforts after a major earthquake in Indonesia's Aceh province.
SBS World News Radio: The United States is marking the 75th anniversary of the surprise Japanese military attack at Hawaii's Pearl Harbour that drew the United...

World News Radio 7 December

Calls for federal government action as Australia's economy contracts for the first time in five years; Australian school students falling behind their global...
SBS World News Radio: Scientists who have migrated to Victoria from abroad are being invited to apply for a pilot program designed to prepare them for potential...
Advertisement

Editor's Choice

Our pick of the best content from SBS News & Current Affairs and our content partners.

A Christmas advertisement for Polish auction website Allegro has attracted more than seven million YouTube views in 10 days.
The Australian National Imams Council has denied media reports that it called on Muslim parents to boycott children's show Peppa Pig.
Which countries have introduced a carbon tax or emissions trading scheme? Check our quick guide.
Bacon has been strewn across a Muslim prayer room at a southwest Sydney hospital.
Here's a look at the countries around the world that have either banned face veils or are in the process of implementing them.
Corporate wrongdoers may avoid public scrutiny for several more years, after the Government failed to provide a timeframe for the introduction of its register of...
Could the mere name on a HSC subject cost its students a future job? School authorities are taking no chances, but some observers fear they haven't gone far...