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Bangladeshi migrants in mid eighties established one of the oldest Bangla language school to pass on their language and culture to the new generation. Dr Nawshad Haque of BLCS speaks to SBS Bangla on how community respond to their own culture....
Bengali Language and Cultural School (BLCS) is one of the oldest Bangla school in Melbourne. Dr Nawshad is the President of the school management committee.  Dr Naoshad says the school takes project based activity to make learning language more i...
Australia is marking World Refugee Day with advocates using the occasion to call on the Government to rethink its refugee policy. This year's theme is labeled 'With Refugees' and aims to encourage the community to embrace...
Marking World Refugee Day makes Syrian refugee Rnita Dacho reflect on her new life in Australia. The 27-year-old fled Syria's civil war in 2015 and now lives in Sydney.
Cricketer and cricket organizer Ali Ashraf Himel says Bangladesh team will beat Afganistan tonight if they play carefully.
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Australia's Biggest Morning Tea "Good Morning Bangladesh" raises fund for the Cancer Council of NSW. One of the organizers of this charity organization Mr Faruk Hannan spoke to SBS Bangla.
Australia's Biggest Morning Tea "Good Morning Bangladesh" was initiated by late Dr Abdul Haq. This charity fundraising is specially run in the Bangla-speaking community in Sydney. One of the organizers of this charity organization Mr Faruk Hannan...
Researcher Dr Mohammed Sohel has been working on the renewable energy sector. He said to SBS Bangla, "The prospect for solar energy is good in Australia"
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BD Gold Cup Cricket Tournament organizer, cricketer Mitul Haque spoke to SBS Bangla.
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The Federal Immigration Minister denies reports that proposed changes to the citizenship test will no longer be going ahead. The changes, which were announced in 2017, would make permanent residents wait longer and require evidence...
In Melbourne's famed culinary melting pot on Lygon Street, Trio is filled with sweet treats from Syria. Syrian refugee Akram Abu Hamdan runs the store speaking to a hundred customers on any given day. He thinks his English is not the best because...
Bangladeshi community organisation Rongdhanu Aus-Bangla Cultural Society is based in Lakemba, Sydney. They are working with local talents and leaders and every year they organise their Annual Talent Award program and cultural night.
To encourage the Bangladeshi origin local talents in Australia the Rongdhanu Aus-Bangla Cultural Society works for education, sports, culture, literature and social activities. The secretary of this organisation Mr Lincoln Shafiqullah talked to S...
Cricket organiser, President of the Origin Cricket in Sydney Mr Modasser Rabbani Dipta spoke to SBS Bangla on the on-going ICC Cricket World Cup.
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Tax Talk June 2019

Listen to this feature in Bangla in the audio player above.
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The longstanding desire of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders to have an enhanced role in decision-making in Australia underpins this year's NAIDOC week, that runs from July 7th to the 14th. Please click the link above to listen to the audio...
Organised by the National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee, NAIDOC has its roots in activism that took place in the 1920s and 30s. On Australia Day in 1938, protesters marched through Sydney in what was called a Day of Mourning.

Rate cut affects retirees savings

Retirees who rely on interest from their savings are among the biggest losers from last week's Reserve Bank interest rate cut - as term deposit and savings rates are slashed. Experts are urging caution if moving into higher risk, higher return...
  For 87 year old George Ray, falling term deposit rates could cost him some $500 per year, or around 40 dollars week. The Sydney pensioner says he will respond, by economising on food. Even before the Reserve Bank cut official interest rates by ...

India beat Pakistan by 89 runs

India maintained their unbeaten record against Pakistan at the World Cup with an 89-run win on Sunday.
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Economists and policy experts are calling for a nationwide effort to combat the issue of ageism, which they claim is stripping older Australians of their rights. Whether in the workforce, healthcare or day-to-day conversations, industry...
Caroline Baum is an Australian journalist who gained mass attention for her 2008 article "Silver Linings". The piece was about women fearing the professional consequences of letting their hair go grey, and started a conversation about the of exte...
Cricket fan Qazi Shamsul Alam says the weather is the worst thing that affects this year's ICC Cricket World Cup.
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