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One Nation Senator Malcolm Roberts is confident of surviving a possible legal challenge over his eligibility, insisting he asked for any British citizenship ties to be...
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How to become an organ donor

Did you know that by donating your organs and tissues when you die, you could save or improve the life of at least ten people?  With thousands of Australians...
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It is the National Rugby League initiative helping to reduce the stigma around mental health. 
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The Leader of the Victorian Opposition, Matthew Guy visisted Greece, recently, where he held a series of meetings with officials. He spoke accordingly, to our...
A Sydney florist who had a broken bottle held to his throat moments before his attacker was shot dead says he is happy to be alive. He spoke to SBS Greek and...
SBS National Languages Competition 2017

The SBS National Languages Competition 2017 is an exciting initiative to encourage and celebrate a love of learning languages in Australia. Find out how you can be involved! 

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Australia is one of the most linguistically diverse nations in the world but that doesnt mean more of us are speaking languages other than English.
A few hours after the great success of Greeces Under-20 national team, Vasilis Charalambopoulos, who was declared the most valuable player of the Eurobasket,...

"Athens: A City of the Future"

Modern reflections on ancient Greece with Judy Roberts and Vrasidas Karalis. Professor Karalis interviewed by Themi Kallos.
Τwo tourists have been killed and many injured after a powerful earthquake shook the Greek Islands, and Turkish coast, triggering a small tsunami.