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Farewell Oliver Heuthe

After ten years filled with hundreds of broadcasts, interviews and community events SBS has to farewell its radio and online producer Oliver Heuthe.
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Booming Economy

The Reserve Bank of Australia is currently forecasting that GDP will grow by 3% over the year to June 2018.
That’s on top of a record braking 26 years of continuous economic growth. Werner Kemper from Germany Trade & Invest says that Australia’s exports are booming, helped by our low Dollar and slow  wage growth....
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she would prefer a new election to ruling with a minority, after talks on forming a three-way coalition failed. But how wise is this decision? What if it removes her from the political stage?
The failure of exploratory coalition talks involving her conservative bloc, the liberal pro-business Free Democrats and environmentalist Greens raises the prospect of a new election and casts doubt about Chancellor Merkel's future after 12 years...

Viva! Working with millenials

Is there such thing as generational differences in the workplace with the age gap between the oldest of baby boomers and the youngest of millennials close to 50 years apart? In the 15th episode we talk to some labour market experts and an ageing...
Australian artist Louise Paramor developed her "honeycomb paper technique" during her time in Berlin. Melbourne´s National Gallery of Victoria currently showcases Louise´s work.

Australian-German Student Exchange

For 50 years, the Australian-German Student Exchange has awarded scholarships to Australian students to visit Germany for 10 weeks and attend school.
The exchange program aims to give students an insight into a foreign culture and build friendships between the youth of these two countries, says Victorian President Dr Martin Schlegel in an interview with SBS Radio.
Melbourne has a new festival of the German film. Five volunteers have organised nine days packed with German films from all genres.

The last laugh

W.a.W. - our long-running comedy program has ended. Comedian CJ Delling and Wolfgang Mueller are looking back over 6 hilarious years.

'Paradise Papers' explained

The 'Paradise Papers' have once again revealed the ingenuity the super-rich are willing to deploy to keep their money away from the taxman.
But it’s not always against the law, says Sydney tax advisor Christian Schoener.
A million-dollar jobs and visa scam that promised to help find work for hopeful migrants in regional areas has left dozens up to $50,000 out of pocket while the plan's architect lives in a $3 million mansion and drives a brand-new Porsche.
A recruitment agency run by former banned company director Lubo Jack Raskovic out of an office block in Sydney's north west, promised to help find migrants sponsored jobs and a pathway to visas in exchange for asking fees as high as $70,000....
Melbourne´s Austrian community came together with other nationalities for the first-ever ball event of its kind which turned out to be a large success.
Melbourne's German School invites everyone to its annual Christmas market on November 24, which is hugely popular among the community.