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Laws protecting gay teachers from discrimination at religious schools will have to wait as the prime minister pushes ahead with laws protecting gay students. We talked with the general director of the Victorian Islamic Council, Mr Nail Aykan on...
Saudi Arabia's Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir said the kingdom did not know where the body of slain journalist Jamal Khashoggi was, despite admitting to the killing and calling it a "tremendous mistake."

Weekend Sport Wrap

It's been another big weekend of sport with drama aplenty in rugby league, football,  basketball and horseracing to name just four.
The campaign aims to "win a fairer share for working people", and provide a blueprint to deliver secure work and a pay rise to workers.
The winner of the Wentworth by-election remains up in the air despite Independent Kerryn Phelps claiming victory on Saturday night.

How to become a carer?

Being a carer comes with challenges; it can be emotionally and physically draining. But a career as a carer can also be rewarding. And carers often play a crucial role in helping new arrivals learn some of the necessary skills to settle...
Victorian taxi and hire car drivers will sue ride-share giant Uber for lost earnings over its operation in the state without legal approval. Australian Turkish taxi driver Hüseyin Biçer talking about their legal action.
SBS Radio presents the SBS National Languages Competition 2018 to encourage and celebrate a love of learning languages in Australia. Principal of AusTurk Language Academy Oznur Cilek said "We'll apply this year again"
Yavuz Oghan said, Turkish officials say Saudi agents killed and dismembered the writer at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2.
Three coalition backbenchers have turned against their own government's policy to join groups campaigning for asylum seeker children to be released from Nauru for medical treatment. But the M-Ps have stopped short of threatening to cross the...
Saudi Arabia's attempts to distance itself from the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi appear to be falling apart at the seams. Following a search, Turkish police say they have found conclusive evidence that the prominent critic of...
Australia's chaotic federal political scene could be on the verge of getting even more tumultuous, depending on the outcome of this weekend's by-election in the seat of Wentworth. Voters in the seat traditionally held by the Liberal Party...
The wing addition to the Alevi monument at the Coburg Lake Reserve in Melbourne, brought the question of vandalism or joke. We talked with Serdal Çınar, President of Alevi Federation of Australia.