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News highlights from Sri Lanka

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
The Fair Work Ombudsman says workers on temporary visas made up 1 in 5 cases of workplace mistreatment last financial year.  One migrant from India has told SBS World News about his experience of being blackmailed into working without...
Four charged over shooting down of MH17 and Saudi prince accused over Jamal Kasogi’s murder - SBS Sinhala weekly world news highlights 
SBS Sinhalese reviewed this week's most highlighted issues in Sri Lanka in a international point of view with the Head of AFP – Sri Lanka and a senior journalist Mr Amal Jayasinghe 
Today’s content: Sri Lanka Cricket Team Preparation for ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 upcoming matches, Current Point Table status, Most of the team Captains show significant performance at this World Cup and ODI Cricket Records in this World Cup...
A chat with Woman of the West winner in Sydney Dr Padmini Howpage about her services and journey towards being a community leader
20 June marked as World Refugee Day. SBS Sinhalese discuss with Mrs. Dishni Galkotuwe Yasamana (Barrister & Solicitor in Melbourne) regarding refugee rights and how they eligible to enter Australian Society.
A chat with Miss Universe Australia finalist Veena Wijewickrama who is from a Sri Lankan background
The Federal Immigration Minister denies reports that proposed changes to the citizenship test will no longer be going ahead. The changes, which were announced in 2017, would make permanent residents wait longer and require evidence of their...
Former Sri Lankan cricketer, prominent cricket administrator and Former Sri Lanka Cricket National Curator Mr. Anuruddha Polonowita speaks to SBS Sinhalese how Sri Lanka tackled rain in an international cricket tournament.
There are several minor offences in Australia that could get you in trouble that you might not know about. And the consequences can be severe.
Record numbers of people presenting to hospital emergency departments between January and March are thought to have been boosted by this year's flu strains.
It's illegal to help someone die in Australia, with anyone doing it risking being charged with murder, manslaughter or assisting suicide.But from June 19 assisted dying will be available in Victoria.
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