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Donald Trumps and Kim Jong Uns pictorial evidence, mice injected with blood from human umbilical cords and Mike Pence in Sydney. 

Switch-On: Lauschangriff Ben Black

Johanna Horak spoke to Ben Black, a newcomer in the music industry from Kassel, Germany. They discussed why Hip Hop and the guitar do go together well, and what...

Children-Books-Music: Belonging

Every child wants to have friends, wants to belong and to feel safe. Good stories can help to achieve and live it.

Forced to go back

The changes in 457 visa has an impact on the German community. Ingrid and Michael Neuerer from Adelaide are forced to go back to Germany.

Visiting Angelika Feldner's class

High school teacher Angelika was born in Tyrol and became a German language teacher with her move to Australia. We paid her a visit at the East Melbourne Language...
Welcome to The Chefs’ Line

Culture, heritage and history through food goes next level with the brand-new series The Chefs' Line.
 6pm on SBS (from Monday 3rd April).

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Study in Germany

Germany offers world renowned universities and top quality degrees. However, the number of Australian student at German universities is still small. 
In April, Germans will remember the 50th anniversary of the death of Konrad Adenauer, the first Chancellor of post-war Germany.  
Organising a wedding in Australia can get challenging for migrants: There's a number of steps to consider from an official point. Besides that, most wish to have...
'Wandern' is the German word for hiking, bush walking or, close enough, wandering. Oliver Heuthe has produced a comprehensive feature on the history of hiking,...

Bad weather and your mood

The sky is grey, it is wet and cold. Your head is about to explode or you feel pretty cranky. How far does the weather influence your health and mood?