New SBS Chairman10/18/14
Australian-Indian businessman Nihal Gupta (NEE-hahl GOOP-tuh) has been named the new chairman of SBS. He takes over the position at a time when public broadcasters face growing financial pressure, with further cuts foreshadowed to both the SBS...
Cambodia Khmer Rouge Genocide Tribunal
Cambodia Khmer Rouge Genocide Tribunal 002 has been postponed. The lawyers walked out from the court. Meng Phalla has details...
Demonstration against Australian refugees deals in Cambodia
Australia's refugee deal with Cambodia has led to protests in the capital Phnom Penh by students. unions and non-government organizations. Meng Phalla reports....
Medical Student shares his experiences to get top score
Ketia KIN came to Australia with big dream when he was 12 years old. The first year medical school student at Monash University shares his experiences and tell us his secret behind his achievement. For all aspiring students and parents ...
Refugee resettlement in Cambodia faces strong opposition
Cambodian and Australian government face strong opposition over refugee deal. More than 500 hundred concerned Cambodian took to the street protest against refugee deal. Is Australia a human trafficker? We have interviewed Miss....
Who is Sorn Seav Mey?
Sorn Seav Mey the youngest daughter in her family did not like sport when she was young. Her older sister introduced her to sport and now she is the first person who took gold medal for her country. Marida has more.
Human testing of Ebola vaccine begins as fears spread
The race to conquer the ebola outbreak has moved forward with news that Canadian researchers have begun testing a vaccine on humans. Health agencies estimate that Liberia and Sierra Leone could see over one million cases of Ebola within three m...
One in seven Australians living in poverty, ACOSS report finds
One in seven Australians are now living below the internationally-accepted poverty line.That's according to a major new report by the Australian Council of Social Service.The council is warning poverty is on the rise and that federal budget measur...
A Journey to Freedom - Seda Douglas Part 2
This is a journey to Freedom. A story told by Ms. Seda Douglas, a survivor of Khmer Rouge regime and a former refugee in Kao I DANG Refugee camp Thailand and Cambodian border. What was life like in the refugee camp ? Is there any hope f...
Campaign to ease exam stress
It's that time of year for thousands of Year 12 students nationwide: final exams ... D-Day for many is next Monday (Oct 13). It's a chills-inducing, heart-rate-pumping experience for many - now and in decades past. But some of those wh...
IS 'disrupted' by threat of airstrikes in Iraq
Leading defence figures say the threat of airstrikes in Iraq has clearly disrupted Islamic State militants. But some observers say air power won't be enough, and Western troops should be sent into Iraq to help local forces. Marida repo...
Journey to Freedom - Seda Douglas Part 1
This is a journey to Freedom. A story told by Ms. Seda Douglas, a survivor of Khmer Rouge regime and a former refugee in Kao I DANG Regugee camp Thailand and Cambodian border. Sopharany has more.
Buddhist Institute Building Remains Unchanged
Government announces that location for Buddhist Institute remains unchanged. Meng Phalla has more...
Forum on 12 Oct for worker wage raise
Union Workers will organize a forum on 12 October 2014 discuss about raising wages at Democracy Park, Phnom Penh.
The Federal government has launched a national campaign to investigate claims of businesses forcing migrant workers to pay for sponsorship under 4-5-7 visas. Some foreign workers say they have been asked to pay as much as 50-7- thousand dollar...
Abbott government drops job search requirements
The Federal Government has dropped its plan to force unemployed people to apply for a minimum of 40 jobs per month. The decision follows a furious backlash from business groups and particularly small business who said they would not be able to ...
Intake Refugee voluntary and legal
Senior Cambodian goverment official confirmed yesterday that intake of refugee from Australia is legal and on a voluntary basis. Meng Phalla has more from Phnom Penh.
Free Medical and Cataract Treatment from Autralian Medical Team
Cambodia Vision's experienced medical team from Autralia will be going to Kratie Referral Hospital between 20 and 26 October 2014. Places and stocks are limited, please register early by calling Dr. Heng Sokhan at Kraties Referral Hospital on ...
First case of Ebola confirmed outside Africa
The Ebola outbreak gripping parts of west Africa has had its first case confirmed outside the continent. Officials say a man who travelled from Liberia to the United States has tested positive to the deadly virus. Sopharany reports,<...
Low cost 'parent visas' reinstated
Indian migrants are amongst those celebrating, after the Greens successfully challenged the federal government's decision to scrap low cost "parent visas" for migrants. But while visa applications are now cheaper, long waiting times mean some e...
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