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The man who set himself on fire in Nauru earlier this week dies; The government rejects the Kidman takeover bid; A preview of the A-league grand final; 
Farmers are hoping funding for an inland rail network will be announced during next week's federal budget.  More support to boost exports is also on the wish list...
SBS World News Radio: Vinod Kumar only became an Australian citizen last year and now he's preparing to represent his newly adopted country at the Olympic Games...
SBS World News Radio: Last year the federal government unveiled a $5.5 billion jobs and small business package as part of its budget.  
SBS World News Radio: As Tuesday's Budget looms - once again there is expected to be a strong focus on families.  
SBS World News Radio: The brother of one of two Australian drug dealers executed in Indonesia says the Federal Government has failed to apply enough pressure on...
SBS World News Radio: A major education shakeup is on the cards when the Federal Budget is announced on Tuesday.   
SBS World News Radio: There's been widespread international condemnation of a devastating air attack on a Syrian hospital in Aleppo.
SBS World News Radio: Britain's opposition Labour Party has been forced to defend itself over claims of anti-Semitism, after suspending two of its members over...

Weekend sport preview

SBS World News Radio: This weekend, the A-League Grand Final takes centre stage but it's also a big weekend for the other football codes.
SBS World News Radio: 20 years ago, a young Australian man opened fire on dozens of people, in what would be Australia's worst mass shooting.

SBS World News Radio April 28

The fate of detainees on Manus Island unclear; Twenty years on from the Port Arthur Massacre; Education shakeup expected in the Federal Budget; 
SBS World News Radio: The lawyer for more than 600 Manus Island detainees will seek a Papua New Guinea Supreme Court order to legally involve Australia in the...
SBS World News Radio: The fate of hundreds of detainees in the Manus Island offshore immigration detention centre remains unclear.  
SBS World News Radio: United States presidential candidate Donald Trump has outlined his foreign policy direction, with a pledge to make American allies pay more...
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