SBS National Languages Competition 2017
What does learning a language mean to you?

We’re calling out to all students aged four to 18 years across Australia who are learning a language other than English to enter our competition now! 

40 years of SBS Radio

Take a look back at SBS Radio's 40 years of broadcasting to all Australians.

Settlement Guide

We're talking about life and issues that affect you in settling in Australia.

There are strict rules to follow in Australia in the case of a road accident, whether it’s a big car crash or just a small fender-bender.
No matter if it's a major vehicle accident or a scratched bumper bar, there are strict rules about what to do after a traffic mishap.
While for some Australians the housing crisis means that they can afford to buy a home, for others it means that can’t even afford a roof over their head.
At least 100,000 Australians are living homeless this winter. Housing, financial difficulties and domestic violence are the top three causes of homelessness,...
In many cultures, talking about death can be taboo, but it's important not to avoid these conversations. You may not decide when and how you’ll die, but you can...
Talking about death makes many of us uncomfortable. But by avoiding the subject, it might just make things worse when the time comes. Talking with your loved ones...
By taking a few minutes to register to become an organ donor, you could improve or save the lives of up to ten different people.
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Special Features

Inspiring features and investigative reports produced in English by SBS Radio's multilingual journalists.

The biggest change to the points system at the Eurovision Song Contest since 1975 has just been announced by the EBU (European Broadcasting Union), the organisation...
Are you one of the many Australians who are out on the waterways with fishing rod in hand during summer? Well, you need to be careful where you fish. Authorities...
Over 10 per cent of Australian women are involved in business start-ups – with the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) 2014 report labeled the Australian...
As Australia receives the first intake of 12,000 Syrian refugees, SBS Radio shares the stories of hope, despite the fear and uncertainty, experienced by Syrians...
The United Nations says so far this year nearly three quarters of a million asylum seekers have crossed the Mediterranean to Europe - 218,000 of them in October...

Conversation Starters

Current affairs and lifestyle topics that get us talking.

The secret history of champagne

It's said when Dom Perignon invented champagne he told his fellow monks, "Come quickly, I am tasting the stars." ...

Our Australian Open champion

The first grand slam of the tennis calendar kicks off shortly with the Australian Open. Yet it's been 40 years since an Australian man won the singles title. For...
Launching under a new name, The Seniors Rights Service (formerly known as The Aged Care Rights Service) offers NSW residents aged 60 years or over free legal...

Logan unites in music

South-East Queensland's Logan City made history by presenting its largest ever community musical to the public over the weekend. The Queensland Music Festival...

Teacher Quality

What makes a good teacher? What skills and classroom environment do they need to do their jobs effectively? ...

The Future Series

As part of our 40 years of SBS Radio celebrations - we take a look at what life might be like as we head toward 2055.

We all want to know what the future holds. Three young Australian experts are making the future their career. ...

Future Hopes: Liveable Cities

Australian cities are undergoing rapid change. More of us are living in cities than ever before. ...

Future Fears: Organic Food

In 40 years, The Intergenerational Report predicts Australia's population may hit nearly 40 million. ...

Future Fears: Privacy

Smart phones, social media sites and the Internet are becoming inseparable aspects of our everyday lives. ...

Future Hopes: Workplaces

The rise of computerisation, automation, teleworking and zero hours contracts are all predicted to have profound effects upon Australia's future workforce. ...