The Federal Government has finally released more detail on its much-awaited Innovation statement.
In political developments this week the parliament paid tribute to those killed in terrorist attacks around the world, debated citzenship laws, the Government...
A petition calling for the practice of "dowry" to be labelled as family violence has been tabled in Victoria's Parliament.
Australians with mental illness are to get personalised care packages under the federal government's new mental health changes.

SBS World News Radio Nov 26

Fears the death toll from the South Australian bushfires could rise; A hot 2016 on the cards; More support for people with mental illness;
Pope Francis has begun his first-ever trip to Africa, starting in the Kenyan capital Nairobi.
This year will be the hottest on record and next year could be even hotter due to a strong El Nino season and global warming.
A US military investigation has found human error was the main factor in the October bombing of an Afghan hospital run by medical charity Medicins Sans Frontieres.
There is still confusion about the events that led to the downing of a Russian fighter jet by Turkey over Syria.
A pharmaceutical company that claims to be set up purely in the interest of patients, For Benefit Medicines, or FBM, describes itself as Australia's first "for...

SBS World News Radio Nov 25

Russia's president condemns the downing of fighter jet; France and the US fight against against IS; AFL women's league one step closer to reality;  
In the wake of the Paris attacks, Francois Hollande is now on a mission to build a more coordinated international campaign against the self-proclaimed Islamic...
An AFL women's league is one step closer to reality with the launch of a female player academy in Victoria.
The Commonwealth Bank has admitted that it has overcharged some of its customers around $80 million in fees and interest.

SBS World News Nov 24

The PM delivers his first national security statement; Belgium extends a maximum-security alert;  Infrastructure playing a key role in sustainability.

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