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Renata Lacevic, Interview

Bosnian Language School, Victoria

Tarik Filipovic, Interview

Tarik Filipovic, Croatian actor, presenter and TV personality talks about his life, interests, inspiration, acting, sport...
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has emphasised the need for diplomatic pressure to stifle North Korea's nuclear ambitions in a visit to the South Korean-North Korean border.Joined by Defence Minister Marise Payne, Ms Bishop's visit is for a third...
Friday, October 13, 2017
The Palestinian political rivals Fatah and Hamas are meeting over a possible unity agreement to return Gaza to President Mahmoud Abbas's control.The deal, designed to ease the longstanding Israeli-Egyptian blockade of the Gaza Strip, was signed in...
Consumer groups have expressed concern after banking giant Westpac revealed half of its customers with mortgages are still paying interest-only on their loans. That's despite a regulator push for a cap, and it comes off the back of rising...
IT Professional, Haris Hromadzic (Brisbane), speaks about his will and effort to help students in Bosnia and Herzegovina through the work of BH Futures Foundation.Bosnia & Herzegovina Futures Foundation is calling for people to form a network,...
There's been furious agreement among the states, territories and the commonwealth on toughening up national security laws to help fight terrorism. Leaders have played down the impact on civil liberties, after signing an agreement to enhance facial...

WEEKEND SPORT PREVIEW 6 Oct

While last night's Socceroos draw with Syria will stand as Australia's biggest sports story this weekend, there is plenty of other action to look forward to. There is the return of football's A-League and the National Basketball League, along with...
Australia is one-step closer to losing its 92-year old car manufacturing industry with the closure of Toyota's Altona plant in Melbourne's west. 2-thousand 6-hundred workers will be made redundant with another 3-thousand supply-chain jobs also...
Mandi Wicks, the Director of SBS Audio and Language Content speaks about the latest radio review and explains why the Bosnian program has lost one of its weekly programs
Two billion people around the world consume insects every day. But insects are unlikely to be found on many urban dinner tables. Now, one business in China is working to make the ancient staple a part of the modern sustainable diet.
Immigration Minister Peter Dutton is refusing to back down from comments he made about Armani-wearing refugees. Mr Dutton, in London to deliver a key speech on immigration policy, repeated his criticism of the 50 refugees who departed Manus Island...
Members of the Committee on International Affairs of the House of Lords of the British Parliament visited Bosnia and Herzegovina last week to talk about Western Balkan challenges and British politics.
With the recipient of the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize due to be announced next week, the controversies that swirled around former winners have resurfaced. Some have been accused of human rights abuses, others of going on to either start or escalate wars.