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Reality is closing in on Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran, the two Australians condemned to execution in Indonesia for drug-trafficking. The two were arrested in April...
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Brian Parker, Division State Secretary of CFMEU and Edwin De Castro, a Filipino 457 visa holder talk about the case of shortchanging and appalling work...
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Kadaugan sa Mactan Kicks Off

Bisayan News. Vatican officials arrive in Cebu for final meeting in preparations for 51st International Eucharistic Congress this coming May 2016; annual re...
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A Taiwanese company which brought dozens of Chinese and Filipino workers into Australia to work in regional NSW underpaid them by more than $873,000 and housed...
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Authorities have confirmed more than 800 Australians in Nepal are safe after a devastating earthquake in the country but the whereabouts of many hundreds of...
40 Years of SBS Radio

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