The trajectory of the Abbott Government continues to flatline amidst internal leaks and infighting, and the Government and Opposition remain at odds over the...

SBS World News Radio Sept 4

European leaders no closer to a solution in migrant crisis; Reconnecting families seperated by conflict and war; And a preview of the weekend in sport; 

Tracing family for a century

A century-old service is proving there are ways to help people reconnect after war and conflict -- and that it is never too late to find lost loved ones. 
It is the image that has become a symbol of the tragedy faced by migrants and refugees risking their lives to get to Europe.

Australia's flu season peaks

Australia has just reached the peak of its flu season but health experts say there is no cause for panic if people take a few simple measures. 
Experts say there's a critical need for more investment and research into demtentia, with more than 340,000 Australians are living with the condition.
The Prime Minister has angered Jewish groups by appearing to suggest Islamic State militants are worse than Germany's Nazi regime.

SBS World News Radio Sept 3

The plight of migrants struggling to reach Europe continues; The outgoing Sex Discrimination Commissioner speaks to SBS; The creation of a so-called Indian...
While Africans are among those swelling the migrant crisis in Europe, many more are fleeing to other parts of Africa, and facing similar struggles.
A top United Nations official has described witnessing Europe's growing migrant crisis as an atrocity.

SBS World News Radio Sept 2

The migrants crisis continues in in Europe; The Pope pardons women who have had abortions; China gearing up for World War 2 commemorations; 
The Victorian government has signalled its support for the introduction of protest-free zones around abortion and fertility clinics in the state.
A new treatment for children diagnosed with cancer is offering fresh hope.
The leader of the world's 1.2 billion Catholics has announced he will temporarily allow all priests to pardon women who have had abortions and the doctors who...
There have been tense scenes in Hungary's capital Budapest as hundreds of asylum seekers remain stranded outside a major railway station.

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Pressure is mounting on the government to provide amnesty for exploited foreign workers, who have exceeded their legal working hours.
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Beijing is marking 70 years since the end of World War II today with a parade showing off its massive military might.
The UN High Commission for Refugees estimates that 300,000 people have crossed the Mediterranean into Europe this year and 2,500 people have lost their lives in...
A group of Muslim schoolgirls is encouraging others to take up sport as a way of bringing the community together and breaking down social stigmas.
Every wave of immigration creates fear and resentment, but ultimately the migrants form a new version of the country they came to, Robert Young Pelton writes.
New Zealand has released its final list of four flag designs to be voted on in a public referendum in November.