SBS World News Radio Sept 1

Austria steps up migrant checks on its border with Hungary; Calls for children to be removed from Nauru's immigration detention centre; An elite female league for...
The Australian Football League says the timing for an elite league of women has never been better.
Violent clashes have broken out in the Ukrainian capital Kiev, leaving at least one person dead and several others wounded.
Austria has stepped up migrant checks on its border with Hungary as part of a wider crackdown in the country following the gruesome discovery of 71 dead migrants...
The Federal Government has defended its refugee-resettlement agreement with Cambodia, saying it is still on track.

SBS World News Radio August 31

Dyson Haydon to continue as the head of the Royal Commission; The Government defends its resettlement agreement with Cambodia; Dr Jamal Rifi named Australian...
There are growing calls to cull a population of long-nosed fur seals wreaking havoc in South Australia.
Tens of thousands of people have surrounded Japan's parliament building, demanding the prime minister rescind controversial bills which could send troops into...
A diplomatic row has broken out between Egypt and Britain following comments about the sentencing of three Al Jazeera English journalists.

World News Radio August 28

A police operation is called off after a backlash over visa checks;Nigeria marks 500 days since the abduction of more than 200 girls by Boko Haram;Inside the...
Prime Minister Tony Abbott's week in the Torres Strait and Cape York was a focus, in a week where Justice Dyson Heydon was expected - but failed - to say whether...
Prime Minister Tony Abbott has finished a week governing Australia from its Top End, declaring the experience positive and encouraging.
It's been 500 days since more than 200 schoolgirls in Nigeria were kidnapped by Islamist militants.
The bodies of as many as 50 people have been found in an abandoned truck near Austria's border with Hungary.

World News Radio August 27

Barack Obama's despair over gun control in the United States;Ongoing atrocities in South Sudan lead to a peace deal;The dogs with a nose for detecting cancer.
Advertisement

Editor's Choice

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

Just as the best product is the one that gets the job done, the best resumes are those that communicate your skills and accomplishments in a clear, effective way.
New Zealand has released its final list of four flag designs to be voted on in a public referendum in November.
The World Health Organisation has called on Australia to do more in the global fight against airborne drug-resistant tuberculosis.
Muslim community leader Dr Jamal Rifi has been named Australian Father of the Year.
Australian families who lose loved ones to drug overdose are dealing with their grief alone because of a damaging and persistent stigma.

Comment: Why beauty pays in politics

It's often said that politics is Hollywood for ugly people - but is it?
​Hector Campbell is nine years old, healthy and happy. It might not have turned out that way. He was born in New Orleans just as the city was about to be...