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Singing Nurse

She set aside her singing passion for awhile, but Stephanie Simon is ready to let her music back on track while pursuing her nursing career.

  • Upload22 Feb 2017

  • Duration07 Minutes

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Mindanao News

Military officials confirmed Tuesday that Abu Sayyaf bandits are now holding the six Vietnamese nationals who were seized from a cargo vessel in the seas off Tawi-Tawi on Sunday night.


A number of buildings in various schools in Surigao City have been declared unsafe after sustaining major damages as a result of the 6.7 magnitude earthquake that hit the area last Feb. 10.


Image: Surigao City after Feb 10 earthquake ( AAP-EPA_Cerilo Ebrano)


  • Uploaded22 Feb 2017

  • Duration09 Minutes

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What happens when a town's major industry shuts down?

One of the country's oldest, and dirtiest, coal-fired power plants is due to shut down next month.


The Hazelwood Power Station in Victoria's Latrobe Valley has been supplying up to a quarter of the state's electricity requirements for more than five decades.


Its closure has residents fearing for the future of surrounding towns.


Image: The Hazelwood Power Station in Victoria. (AAP)



  • Uploaded22 Feb 2017

  • Duration04 Minutes

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Proposal for a rent to buy scheme

Nationals MP Andrew Broad proposes a 'rent to buy scheme' to help renters buy a home without having to pay for a deposit, if the money paid equates with the mortgage repayments


He talks to SBS Arabic24s Good Morning Australia Sylva Mezher and Ghassan Nakhoul


Image: Andrew Broad (AAP/Lukas Coch)

  • Uploaded22 Feb 2017

  • Duration06 Minutes

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Israeli PM visits Australia

Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu is in Australia for meetings with his Australian counterpart Malcolm Turnbull.


It is the first visit by a sitting Israeli prime minister in the country's 70-year history.


The meetings are expected to cover trade between the two nations, as well as more contentious topics such as the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and Israeli settlements in the West Bank.


Many in the Australian Jewish community are celebrating an historic visit, but there are others who say Mr Netanyahu should not be welcomed to Australia.


Image: The Israeli prime minister is in Australia this week for an official visit. (AAP)


  • Uploaded22 Feb 2017

  • Duration06 Minutes

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