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Archived interview with the wife of Jan Jandura Pucek, the first ever world migrant to Australia to receive Australian citizenship (3rd Feb 1949 - soon 70 years anniversary), who died exactly 40 years ago.
Despite the important mission of Australian PM Scott Morrison at Singapore ASEAN summit and Port Moresby APEC meeting for business and security the opposition still brings back the Australian embassy relocation in Israel.   SBS Newsroom feature.
Celebrating 70 years anniversary of creating the most famous Slovak National Folklore Ballet Lucnica
Regular stringer report from Roman Risa in Bratislava
Mark Latham, former ALP leader, joined Pauline Hanson´s One Nation Party, as a boss of NSW branch. Major party frontmen from ALP and Liberals,  Chris Bowen and Scott Morrison took it as a joke. From SBS newsroom.
Former Slovak PM Robert Fico promised in 2016 to move out from the rental property of a sentenced criminal Ladislav Basternak, where he is a neighbour to another jailed impresario Marian Kocner, but still living in the complex. In the past another...
Regular stringer report from Roman Risa in Bratislava
Since July 2018 signed UN Global Compact for Migration in New York by 192 nations, many countries dropped from the list, stepped back and not going to ratify this Marrakesh document (to be officially launched in Morocco next month), including...
Exclusive SBS interview with former tennis player, now Slovak Davis Cup captain, personal coach of Martin Klizan, passionate gardener and finance advisor Dominik Hrbaty.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison and the man he replaced, citizen Malcolm Turnbull, were engaged in an awkward  little public spat. After Turnbull’s appearance on Australia’s behalf at a climate change summit in Bali, where he met Indonesian...
Regular stringer report from Roman Risa in Bratislava
SBS Newsroom feature about the controversy behind sending former PM Malcolm Turnbull, now retired and just a citizen of Australia, to represent the country at the conference in Bali
28th October 1927 was born Father Viktor Stevko, Slovak missionary and catholic priest, who served also in Sydney. Rare recording of his thoughts for Slovaks
Father Juraj Vallus reminds us to remember our loved ones, why we shouldn´t forget to visit the graves

All Saints and traditions

History and traditions of All Saints celebration and remembering the loved ones, who are in Heaven