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Stoyan Krastev was born in Sydney, but hasn’t forgotten his Bulgarian roots
Stoyan is a Sydney born and raised Rapper with Bulgarian roots who makes a mixture of old school jazzy conscious Hip Hop, trap, and a few other varieties of music. A few years of hard work, creating, recreating, reworking and perseverance has res...
According to Plato, poetic inspiration leads from Divine insanity
Is there any positive outcome from mental illnesses? One of them, the relationship between creativity and psychopathology, has been examined since ancient times. Researchers and biographers of famous people have tried to find not only the coexist...
Protests have several reasons, but they are gradually merging into a single one
Protests and car marches across Bulgaria blocked key roads. People protest due to high fuel prices, car taxes, electricity, heating gas price increase and low incomes. In many places traffic was hampered or blocked, causing huge congestion. Traff...

SBS Nationa language Competition

Children from the Bulgarian School - Bulgarian language is a passport to the world 
One in three older Australians were born overseas – the majority of whom originally from a non-English speaking country. Meanwhile, the number of school leavers graduating with a second language is declining. SBS is celebrating a love of learning...

Panayot Panayotov in Australia

The boy, who talks with the sea…
“Singing for the Bulgarians in Australia was a very emotional experience for me. I really enjoyed it,” said the famous Bulgarian pop star Panayot Panayotov after his first Australian concert in Perth....
29 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall
November 9,  marks 29 years have passed since the fall of the Berlin Wall. One of the brightest symbols of the Cold War which divided the East from the West no longer exists.  On November 10, Bulgaria marks the anniversary of the ousting of commu...
Financial markets are driven by greed and fear!
Psychology is a factor in the development as a successful investor. Investor sentiment can and frequently drives market performance in directions at odds with fundamentals. Behavioural finance proposes psychology-based theories to explain stock m...
The Finance Ministry is planning a deficit of about 0.5% of the GDP
At an extraordinary sitting on Sunday (28/10/18) the Bulgarian cabinet adopted the 2019 state budget draft. Premier Boyko Borissov described the new budget as one of the most-ambitious state budgets since the beginning of the transition from comm...
In the teenage phase of life, children are like little birds that need to strengthen their wings before they learn to fly at will
Adolescence typically describes the years between ages 13 and 19 and can be considered the transitional stage from childhood to adulthood.  Many adolescents and their peers face tough choices regarding school, sexuality, drugs, alcohol, and socia...
After 18 years as leader the Christian Democratic Union Angela Merkel's time will soon be no more
Angela Merkel has announced her time as Germany's chancellor will soon come to an end. It's a decision brought on by domestic political circumstances, but Ms Merkel's decision, and legacy, will have repercussions both within Germany and beyond th...
Volen Siderov, Ataka, urges Deputy PM Valeri Simeonov to resign
The tensions between two of the co-leaders of Bulgarian government minority partner the United Patriots are continuing to surge.
Early childhood matters most - practical strategies for children and parents
The early childhood years matter a lot – experiences in these years have lifelong consequences for health and wellbeing. The early years of development from conception until age five, and in particular the first 1000 days of development from conc...
Australia is in the middle of a very significant demographic change
A rise in the number of people renting in Australia over the past two decades has triggered calls for changes to laws to better protect tenants. Victoria is the latest jurisdiction to amend its laws, with changes due to take effect in 2020. With ...
It is the beginning of a serious schism in Orthodoxy with unpredictable consequences
The Russian Orthodox Church announced it is breaking ties with the Istanbul-based Ecumenical Patriarchate over its decision to grant independence to the Ukrainian church, which Moscow does not recognise....
One-in-six Australian children live in poverty
One-in-six Australian children live in poverty is the finding from Child Social Exclusion, Poverty and Disadvantage Report by Uniting Care Australia, which is calling for significant government investment to improve the prospects of children in...