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Australia rated 5th-worst at UN's Morocco climate conference

A new report has indicated Australia's climate change policies continue to be ranked as "very poor" by international standards.

 

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  • Upload03 Dec 2016

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Escalante Report

Police say two suspects in the planting of a bomb near the US Embassy in Manila are connected to the Maute Group and ISIS. The Philippines is under terror alert level 3.

 

 

 

 

Image: Police secure suspected bombers, Jiaher Guinar, center left, and Rashid Kilala, center right, as they are presented to reporters at police headquarters in Quezon city, north of Manila, Philippines on Thursday, Dec. 1, 2016. Philippine police officials have presented two captured local sympathizers of the Islamic State group who allegedly tried to detonate a bomb near the U.S. Embassy and prompted authorities to raise a terror alert in Manila and the south. ( AAP-AP-Aaron Favila)

  • Uploaded02 Dec 2016

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When the parent works overseas, what happens to the Filipino Family?

Many Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) have left their children under the care of a family member to enable them to provide a better future for their children.

 

 

The family lives apart of many years and sometimes reunion among parent and children become somewhat complicated. What happens to the Filipino Family when a parent or the parents have tow ork overseas?

 

We ask Dr Mina Roces from University of New South Wales was at the recently concluded International Forum Research Forum on the Philippines 2016organized by Filipino Australian Student Council of Victoria (FASTCO) and Phil-Aus Studies Centre at the La Trobe University in Melbourne (SBS Filipino)

 

 

 

Image: Dr Mina Roces

  • Uploaded02 Dec 2016

  • Duration12 Minutes

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Parliamentary year ends on Greens deal over backpacker tax

The last day of federal parliament for 2016 has been dominated by discussion over the passage of the backpacker tax.

 

But there was some room for frivolity, as politicians prepared for the long summer recess.

 

 

Image: A backpacker in Sydney (AAP)

 

  • Uploaded02 Dec 2016

  • Duration05 Minutes

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Fremantle church welcomes Muslim worshippers

A Christian church has opened its doors and its hearts and minds to another faith community.

 

Every Friday, Muslims hold their prayers at St Paul's Anglican church.

 

It's a relationship that started with a knock on the door.

Image: Imam Faizel and Rev Peter (SBS Emery)

 

  • Uploaded02 Dec 2016

  • Duration08 Minutes

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