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Due to the stigma related to substance use in some culturally and linguistically diverse communities, addressing drug use can be a daunting task
SBS Sinhalese discuss with Paediatrician Dr. Janaka Tennakoon from Mildura, Victoria about his two new books on Child Birth and Autism in Sinhalese language.

What is design thinking?

A discussion with design thinking consultant, innovator Sanka Hettiarachchi about design thinking process.
Consumers and small businesses worried about financial products now have a Chief Ombudsman.
“Weekly Sri Lankan political highlights” - The comprehensive wrap up of the highlighted political incidents in Sri Lanka…..Senior Journalist – News and current affair, Mr: Manoj Udatiyawala reports from Sri Lanka
Welfare groups are welcoming Prime Minister Scott Morrison's decision to drop a plan to raise the retirement age to 70.
Small-business owners with smaller financial assets, such as young people and newly arrived migrants, could benefit from the fund.
SBS Sinhalese reviewed this week's most highlighted issues around the world with the Head of AFP – Sri Lanka, journalist Mr Amal Jayasinghe
In this week SBS Sinhalese sports wrap…. England tour of Sri Lanka, ICC complaint regarding Akila Dhananjaya’s suspect bowling action, 2018 Women’s T20 World Cup, Sri Lanka Cricket election, Dilhara Lokuhettige charged by ICC ant-corruption unit ...
The deadline for Australians to opt out of My Health Record has been extended until the end of January after the Senate voted in favour of a delay.
November marks Lung Health Awareness Month worldwide, and SBS Sinhalese discuss Lung Health with Dr. Nadun Bandara, GP in Melbourne.
Timely impotent discussion about the recent myths going around about the Buddhist teachings within the Buddhist communities with Ven Udahene Seelarathana Tero who has visited SBS Melbourne studios from Darwin International Buddhist...
The Federal Government is considering giving the states more input into how many migrants are settled in their cities and towns each year. Prime Minister Scott Morrison says they are better placed to know the changing demands.