US Details Global Rights Failures 'with Humility':...06/29/15
A United States government report on human rights has highlighted major concerns with a number of countries around the world, including Australia. Photo: US Secretary of State John Kerry s...(Isang ulat ng pamahalaan ng Estados Unidos kaugnay ng...
Taiwan Bans Powder Effects After Concert Fire
Officials in Taiwan say the number of people injured in an explosion and fire in a recreational water park has risen to 524. Photo: Police investigators inspect the stage area after an accidental explo...(Sinabi ng mga opisyal sa Taiwan, ang bilang ng...
Australian Employers Encouraged to Create Workplace...
A business lobby group is appealing to Australian employers to do more to promote and unlock the potential of their staff from Asian backgrounds. Image: Office workers in a meeting (AAP)(Isang grupo ng nag-lolobi para sa negosyo ay umapela sa mga...
Greeks Escaping Economic Woes for Melbourne
As uncertainty continues to surround Greece's financial future, a growing number of its citizens have been taking their chances overseas. Image: Greece flag (AAP)(Habang nagpapatuloy ang di-katiyakan sa pananalaping hinaharap ng Gresya, lumalaking...
Legal Tips on Divorce
Not happy with your marriage, and you think divorce is the only way out, prepare and be ready. Divorce credit: David Precious/CCBY2.0 (Hindi masaya sa iyong pag-aasawa, at sa palagay mo, diborsyo na lamang ang tanging paraan, maghanda at maging handa...
Zimqueens Make their Mark on Melbourne Netball
Interest in netball is peaking after an intense trans-Tasman netball season and with the World Cup in Sydney just over a month away. Image: Zimqueens team with Coach Colleen Topping (SBS) (Tumataas ang antas ng interes sa netball matapos ang matinding...
Parents Help Lower Young Drivers' Violations: Study
Queensland News. Weekly report by Erwin Cabucos from Queensland Photo: Pedestrians in a busy Queensland mall (Michael Zimmer / Flickr) (Queensland News. Lingguhang ulat ni Erwin Cabucos mula Queensland Larawan: Mga pedestrian sa abalang mall sa...
John Carasig, Filipino Contestant at Masterchef
Did you know that John Carasig the Filipino contestant to this year's Master Chef learned how to cook from memory? No cook books, no formal training, he cooked and recreated the dishes from memory and taste. Photo: John Carasig (Masterchef...
New push to repatriate Indigenous remains
During the 19th and 20th century, the remains of Indigenous Australians were collected and sent to museums, universities and other institutions overseas. Some were used for research. Photo: An Aboriginal elder performs a ritual following the...
Debate continues over controversial ABC guest
The federal government has launched an inquiry into the ABC after the controversial appearance of a convicted criminal and Islamist sympathiser on this week's Q&A Program. Photo: An image from the front page of News Corps Courier Mail this week...(...
Gap between rich and poor Australians 'widening'
According to a new report, the gap between rich and poor in Australia is becoming wider. Despite strong employment growth and the rise of real wages over the last few decades most of that has gone to the already wealthy in Australia. Photo: Dr...(Sa...
Religious leaders back Pope's call for climate change...
Representatives of five different religious faiths in Australia have backed calls from Pope Francis for urgent action on climate change. Photo: A failed grain crop in central New South Wales (AAP)(Sinuportahan ng mga kinatawan ng limang magkaka-ibang...
Are You Clued up on your Super?
Do you know if you're being paid the right amount of superannuation? Image: Bank notes being counted in Canberra (AAP)(Alam ba ninyo kung binabayaran kayo ng tamang halaga para sa inyong superannuation? Larawan: Mga papel na pera binibilang sa...
Sydneysider Miss Saigon Back in Sydney
Sydneysider Roanne Monte was only 18 when she moved to London to perform as an alternate to the role of Kim in "Miss Saigon" in 1994. Image: Roanne Monte (SBS Filipino)(Si Roanne Monte ay 18 lamang ng siya nang tumungo sa London para gumanap bilang...
One Step Closer to Banning Piracy Sites
Piracy websites are a step closer to being blocked in Australia. Image: Pirate Bay (SBS)(Malapit nang maipagbawal ang mga piracy website sa Australya. Larawan: Pirate Bay (SBS))
Angelic voices from Loboc
We spent an afternoon with the youngest members of the Loboc Children's Choir where they shared their dreams as they burst into laughter and song. For a few hours, they made us forget our worries and enjoy the moment as we were se...(Nakasama namin...
From 'brain drain to brain gain' as UP goes global
From brain drain in the eighties to the nineties, The University of the Philippines is calling on graduates to return through their balik -Phd and Cooperate programs. We talk to Aaron Joseph Villaraza, Deputy Director for Office o...( Mula brain drain...
Filipinos in Victoria and the FCCVI
The Filipino Community Council of Victoria Inc. (FCCVI) is recognised as the umbrella body of the Filipino organisations in Victoria. Currently it focuses on its two core program components - community and aged care services. Although it is only...
President Aquino responds to Vice President Binyas tirades, Malacanang says it will not be distracted in its pursuit of reforms and programs. Congressman claims the peace deal with the Moro Islamic Liberation Front could be a cause for...
Australia bids to boost relationship with Germany
Australia exports three billion dollars' worth of goods to Germany each year. Despite Germany's position as the world's fourth-biggest economy, and the biggest in Europe, Australia exports more to 16 other markets than to Germany...( Nagkakahalaga ng...
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