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The Swiss tennis star stuns the world by reaching the top position once again, at the age of 36 years.
Daniela and Olaf Bock fell in love with Australian wine during their 10th visit down under. SBS correspondent Daniel Salg visited the couple in Nuremberg.

Allure of Cruising

The allure of cruising is no mystery. You unpack once, you see the world, and everything from meals to entertainment, day tours to tipping - is all taken care of for you

Social Media Secrets

In today's market, social media is a highly effective way to grow your business, attract new clients and create raving fans. Unfortunately a lot of small businesses are not using social media very well

National Multicultural Festival

One of the biggest weekends on the Canberra calendar, The National Multicultural Festival, is on this weekend.
For the 22nd time, this colourful event will bring one of Australia’s  most diverse celebrations to the heart of the national capital.  The National Multicultural Festival is all about free family-friendly fun .  Among the highlights are an excit...

How to keep love alive

Juergen Schmechel has started a company called "Inspiring Relationships", where he offers coaching sessions and workshops. His goal is to help people to make their relationships with their partner more successful. He noticed in his own environment...

Unpleasant creatures in WA

Heidi Paech, our correspondent from Perth, lets us know what is on top of the West Australian's minds - this includes 3 dangerous animals - one of which I have never heard all - one dangerous for us humans, one for our dogs and the third for...

SPD leader Martin Schulz resigns

SPD chairman Martin Schulz announced his immediate withdrawal from the party leadership in Berlin. SPD presidium and board have unanimously nominated faction leader Andrea Nahles as future party leader. Until a special party meeting in Wiesbaden...
Eva Murer is presenting non-fiction books for children.
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Carnival is being celebrated in wide parts of Germany.

Once a community language

German was once a popular language in Australia but in the wake of two World Wars it almost disappeared.
Now German is making a slow come-back, says Professor Ingrid Piller from Sydney’s Macquarie University.