SBS World News Radio July 30

Women being shortchanged in the workplace;Moves in NZ tor a new flag;Our continuing coverage of education week;

SBS World News Radio July 28

Aid agencies plead for an end to war in South Sudan;Calls for a fresh approach to teaching in schools;Celebrating the nation's blood donors;

Calls for more blood donors

The Australian Red Cross is calling for more donors to give blood and save lives. 
Former Australian of the Year and Adam Goodes has spoken of his disappointment at the sustained crowd booing he's been receiving this year.  
The Royal Commission into Child Sex Abuse has heard that the Jehovah's Witness Church in Australia has received more than 1000 child sex abuse allegations over 60...
Turkey has called an extraordinary meeting of NATO ambassadors in Brussels to discuss military operations against the self-proclaimed Islamic State group and...

Chris Froome wins second Tour

Britain's Chris Froome has won his second Tour de France title.

SBS World News Radio July 27

A wrap up of the ALP conference;Education week begins;A wrap up of the weekend in sport;

Weekend Sport Wrap

World News radio's weekend sport round up with Attila Mosonyi
Scientists using NASA's powerful Kepler telescope have found a number of planets beyond the solar system including one that is a close match to Earth. The planet,...

Kenya gears up for Obama visit

The Kenyan government has demanded an apology from United States' broadcaster CNN (Cable News Network) for referring to Kenya as a "hotbed of terror". The CNN...
Sceptical United States politicians say the Obama Administration has been "fleeced," or taken advantage of, in the deal on Iran's nuclear program. Under the...

SBS World News Radio July 23

COAG talks continue;Foreign capital in the Australian property market?AFL proving a game changer for refugees and migrants;
New research has found a rise in sea levels is likely to reduce nesting habitats for coastal turtle species.  

SBS World News Radio July 22

Liberal MP Don Randall found dead south of Perth;A dire picture of disadvantage in Australia;How to save money at work;
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Australia has earned a global reputation for being tough on asylum seekers with its policies on turning asylum boats around and denying anyone who arrives by boat...
A social cohesion initiative in Melbourne is using football to break down cultural barriers between teens.
The Bali bombings killed 202, including 88 Australians – a two part Dateline special brings three of the bereaved face-to-face with the terrorists behind the attack.
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