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SBS Sinhalese reviewed this week's most highlighted issues around the world with the Head of AFP – Sri Lanka, journalist Mr Amal Jayasinghe Visit our Facebook page www.facebook.com/sbssinhalese

world news 15.2.2019

SBS Sinhalese reviewed this week's most highlighted issues around the world with the Head of AFP – Sri Lanka, journalist Mr Amal Jayasinghe Visit our Facebook page www.facebook.com/sbssinhalese
The government has announced a powerful new integrity monitor targeting doping, match-fixing and betting-corruption in Australian sport. It's part of an overhaul of the current national sports integrity and anti-corruption framework,...
Today’s content: Sri Lanka tour in in South Africa, Sri Lanka vs South Africa women's ODI series, SLC Election, Sports Minister met senior cricketers, Bronze medal for Sri Lanka in USA half marathon and Big Bash League 2018/19.Sports journalist...
Prasadi Kodagoda created the world's smallest “Piruwana Book”.SBS Sinhalese discuss with Prasadi its significant and challenges.
Doctors will now have more power to decide whether asylum seekers on Manus Island and Nauru should come to Australia for medical treatment after the passage of a medical evacuation bill through the Senate.
The Sinhalese program reviewed the important areas of Royal Commission’s final recommendations.Economic reviewer, senior lecture Dr Chandana Hewage from faculty of business & Law - Swinburne University –Melbourne joined SBS Sinhalese program...
When parents are involved in their children's school and education, it has positive effects on their grades, their attendance and their wellbeing in general.
It's estimated more than one in 10 children with disabilities are not being accommodated by mainstream schools, despite an obligation for them to do so.
“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
The federal government has met with state and territory treasurers to try to help solve the problem of managing Australia's burgeoning population.
More than 800 criminals were stripped of Australian visas in 2018, with just over 12 per cent involved in child sex offences or child exploitation.

weekly world news wrap

SBS Sinhalese reviewed this week's most highlighted issues around the world with the Head of AFP – Sri Lanka, journalist Mr Amal Jayasinghe Visit our Facebook page www.facebook.com/sbssinhalese
Today’s content: Lesson learned report of Sri Lanka tour in Australia, Hathurusingha’s coaching saga, Dinesh Chandimal dumped from the captaincy and the squad, Sri Lanka tour in South Africa, 2 Sprinters positive for Doping  and Big Bash...