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Today’s content: Sri Lanka Head Coach Saga. Future Changes of Sri Lanka Cricket, SLC coaching staff urged to step down by Sports Minister, Bangladesh tour in Sri Lanka and 2019 CWC Final controversy.Sports journalist Rangana Senevirathna joined...

SBS Sinhalese World News wrap.

SBS Sinhalese world News wrap with Head of AFP Sri Lanka, Amal Jayasinghe
Around one million Australians could receive up to $800 more per year under changes to the federal government's income test for pensioners. But advocates say the much-needed move doesn't go far enough. 
SBS Sinhala radio discussion about the current debt crisis in Sri Lanka with the visiting former auditor general Mr Gamini Wijesingha
A chat with Sri Lankan herpetologist Mendis Wickramasinghe who discovered 26 new species
You also can join the community awareness walk organised by the Migraine Foundation Australia to raise the awareness and to support fight against the migraine that affects 15% of Australian population.Professor Tissa Wijeratne , a Neurologist,...
Each year, almost 400 00 Australians relocate across the country. A checklist can make your interstate move easier.

Sri Lankan news highlights

SBS Sinhala radio brings you a comprehensive wrap up of the highlighted News from Sri Lanka with senior Journalist – News and current affair, Mr: Manoj Udatiyawala from Sri Lanka
Half of Australia's women are not up-to-date with their cervical cancer screenings. But why? The Australian Cervical Cancer Foundation asked women what were their reasons for not getting the life-saving test - and the answers were...
SBS Sinhalese reviewed this week's most highlighted issues around the world with the Head of AFP – Sri Lanka and a senior journalist Mr Amal Jayasinghe 
Dr Thilak Fernando joins SBS Sinhalese to discuss about possibilities of Artificial intelligence.
A chat with Dr Nandika Bandara from Dalhousie University, Canada
International students are facing widespread exploitation in the housing market in major cities such as Sydney. That's the finding of a new report, with the author calling on all levels of government and universities to do more to protect...