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Only 13.1 per cent of Australia's Khmer speakers identify as having no religion compared with 32.6 per cent of people across Australia more generally. With a strong...
The federal government has announced sweeping reforms of the private health insurance system. The changes are aimed at simplifying the system.
International students have been put on alert, with the government to roll out tougher English tests. From next year, students will need to formally pass an...
Cambodian police has decided to send back 74 Chinese nationals from Phnom Penh to their homeland via a special Chinese aircraft, after a police investigation...
The Australian Embassy in Cambodia on October 11, 2017 has issued a statement expressing concern over recent political situation in Cambodia.
SBS announces changes to its radio services
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SBS Radio today announced changes to its services to reflect Australia’s rapidly changing and increasingly diverse society.

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The internet has never been more present in our daily lives. We work, shop, play and interact with family and friends online. But more Australians are falling victim...
Almost four million Australians are being diagnosed with mental illness each year. But, there are still multiple barriers stopping people from multicultural...
All Australians have the right to participate as active citizens in shaping the society we live in. However, due to past traumatic experiences some new migrants...
For new migrants to Australia, the bureaucracy of government can sometimes seem intimidating, but our leaders' job is to represent you. So how can you make your...
Qualified translators and interpreters can be a big help when youre new to Australia. They can do a range of things from translating official documents to...