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It would become known as the Global Financial Crisis - the GFC - but, to many, its centrepiece was New York, September 2008, the day the banking giant Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy.
While the financial crisis did not seriously affect Australia, economic growth did slow significantly as a result. Follow us on Facebook SBS Indonesian and listen to our podcasts here.
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The Oxford English Dictionary is turning 90 this year. To celebrate the momentous occasion, Oxford University Press are calling on men and women across the country to share their own 'Australianisms'. 
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A couple could have been married for years and have two grandchildren without even having a civil marriage letter. Hence, their kids and grandchildren couldn't get any birth certificate. KBR 68H team investigates this matter within people in South...
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Doctors are being urged to ask pregnant women tough questions about their alcohol consumption. The advice is part of efforts to reduce the number of children born with Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder.
One Aboriginal organisation says failing to ask mothers-to-be about their drinking to avoid stereotyping them jeopardises the health of children. Follow us on Facebook SBS Indonesian and listen to our podcasts here.
An Australian Human Rights Commission report shows the number of people claiming they have been sexually harassed in the workplace has risen dramatically in six years.
The figures come ahead of the commission's world-first national inquiry into sexual harassment in the workforce, which will begin public consultations later this month.  Follow us on Facebook SBS Indonesian and listen to our podcasts here. 
Japan has failed in its bid to overturn a 32-year ban on commercial whaling at the annual International Whaling Commission (IWC) meeting in Brazil.
It's being called a win for those that have campaigned for whales, including the Australian government. But some marine conservationists warn this won't be the end of a push for a resumption of the practice. Follow us on Facebook SBS Indonesian a...

Cancer Screening

People with breast, bowel and cervical cancers detected through Australia's screening programs have a better chance of surviving than those who have never been screened.

Workplace Gender

Unions are stepping up the fight to close the gender pay gap, pushing for major changes to parental leave and workplace bargaining for women.

Climate and Transportation

The Climate Council says Australia needs to do more to reduce pollution produced by transport, which it says is Australia’s second-largest source of greenhouse gas pollution after electricity.