A tradition of familiarity through integration continued in Sydney on Sunday, when NSW Police and international students gathered to play soccer at Coogee Beach.
Tasmanian police promise to investigate the alleged assault on Tony Abbott as they would any other case. President Trump announces new sanctions against North...
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SBS World News Radio: Seven new languages, will receive their own SBS language programs while others are being discontinued after a review of the services. 
SBS World News Radio: President Donald Trump has announced new sanctions against banks and companies that trade with North Korea.

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SBS World News Radio: This weekend will be a big one for sports fans, particularly those who love the National Rugby League (NRL) and the AFL.The grand-final line...
SBS World News Radio: A new campaign is calling for alcohol advertisements to be banned from major sporting event broadcasts, fearing children are being exposed...
SBS World News Radio: The Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, believes he has a winning formula with voters -- talking about energy prices.His mission to ease the...
Fiery exchanges between world leaders at the United Nations. Labor's message to Malcolm Turnbull as the political blame game over energy prices continues. A new...
SBS World News Radio: Australia's new ten dollar banknote has officially entered circulation, and with it comes new features to assist the vision-impaired. But...
SBS World News Radio: Is it too easy to become an Australian citizen?To coincide with citizenship week, SBS has been taking a closer look at the government's...
SBS World News Radio: It's been ten years since the first group of Karen and Karenni refugees from Myanmar settled in Mount Gambier as part of a pilot program for...
SBS World News Radio: The United Nations General Assembly has heard fiery exchanges between world leaders on its second day of sittings. Under fire in particular...
SBS World News Radio: Chris Remkes arrived in Australia aged 2-and-a-half after being adopted and took up the sport of gymnastics at the age of 5.Since then, the...
SBS World News Radio: Multicultural and multi-faith groups have gathered to formally launch their push for a "Yes" vote on same-sex marriage.Many nationalities...
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