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Government abolishes 457 visas

The Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, has announced he will abolish the 457 temporary skilled worker visas and replace them with a new skilled visa program. 
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has unveiled the biggest overhaul in Australia's citizenship standards in decades. Migrants hoping to call Australia home will now...
Some Thais in Australia talked to SBS Thai about their views on Thailands new strict road safety regulations recently enacted by an impromptu order by Thai PM....

Are you a typical Australian?

The Bureau of Statistics has released initial findings from its latest census. A 'typical Australian' has been identified, providing the first glimpse into the...
Dr Kelvin Kong and Dr Mark Wenitong are two prominent leaders in Indigenous health, but they say they faced several obstacles throughout their journey of studying...
Welcome to The Chefs’ Line
#TheChefsLine

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

Settlement Guide

We're talking about life and issues that affect you in settling in Australia.

What are free legal helps Legal Aid provide eligible people in Australia? Who are qualified to receive that free legal assistance from Legal Aid? Find out about these...
The Australian unemployment rate continues at 5.9 per cent, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics' March 2017 data. There is support available for...
Dental care is expensive in Australia, but there are ways to bring down the costs.
When we are sick, the first point of contact is often the family doctor, commonly referred to as general practitioners or GPs in Australia. All Australian...
Emotional abuse is recognised as a damaging element of family violence. The Australian Bureau of Statistics says 3.3 million Australians have experienced...