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Latest in Hungarian radio

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One of the oldest Hungarian folk songs became world-famous when Freddie Mercury sang it during his 1986 Budapest concert. 
Daniel Istvan Kiraly reports.   
More than 45,000 people are expected to descend on Paris for the United Nations Climate Change Conference. 
Surveys show over three-quarters of Australians think alcohol is a serious community problem. 

Coffee and its health benefits

For many people, it is hard to beat a freshly brewed cup of coffee in the morning. 
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40 years of SBS Radio

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Happy Birthday SBS

Happy Birthday SBS Radio

Future Fears: Foreign Investment

Since European settlement, foreign investment has been an integral part of the Australian economy.     


From bartering to coins, cheques, PIN cards and online payments - the world has constantly evolved the way we buy and sell commodities.     

FUTURE: Energia

The Australian Energy Regulator says 73 per cent of Australia's electricity is produced from coal-fired power stations, generating a third of our greenhouse gas...

Future Hopes: Liveable Cities

Australian cities are undergoing rapid change. More of us are living in cities than ever before.       
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