INTERVIEW WITH MUSTEFA EBDI03/21/15
Mustefa Ebdi is a Kurd from Kobani and a freelance journalist. We interviewed him regarding the situation in Kobani post I.S. and that some of Kobani"s residents are returning. He says there are lots of shortages, such as, electricity, water,...
TRIBUTES TO FORMER PM MALCOLM FRASER
Former Prime Minister of Australia Malcolm Fraser died at the age of 84 on Friday 20 March 2015. Mr Fraser was PM from 1975 to 1983. This report is in Kurdish with English audio grabs.(Serok Wezîrê Australia yê par Malcolm Fraser bi temenê 84 salîn di...
Call for better services for culturally-diverse aged people
Australia's largest migrant community group has launched a report, calling for better health and aged care services for an increasingly culturally-diverse society.(Mezin trîn komellga y koçberan le Australiya raportêkiyan dawete der, têyda dawa y,...
Interview: Hiwa Zandi on Newroz
Mr Zandi is a lawyer and writer, speaks to us from Hewlêr/Erbil in the Kurdistan Region (of Iraq). We asked about the history of Newroz celebrations for the Kurdish nation, and how that has changed in modern days. We also asked Mr Zandi about...
INTERVIEW WITH KADAR SHEIKMOUS
Kadar Sheikhmous is active Kurdish activist who resides in Turkey since the civil war broke in Syria. He participates in various non profitable organisations. In the interview he speak about the Kurdish uprising against Assad's regime in 2004. Mr...
SBS 40 YEARS ANNIVERSARY KURDISH
To mark SBS's 40th anniversary throughout 2015, we met with some of the people who've made SBS Radio what it is today. (Ji bo pîrozkirina 40 saliya Radiyo SBS û bernameya Kurdî ya bêtirî 30 sale ji SBS pêshkêsh dibe, SBS bi mamoste Shahîn Bekir, Roza...
Interview: Mizgin Mujde Arslan
Ms Arslan is the director of the documentary I Flew You Stayed, she is currently in Australia for the screening of her film in Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney. We spoke to her about the making of this documentary which is a very personal story for...
INTERVIEW WITH ROZA KURDI
This interveiw with Roza Kurdi is in regards to International Women's Day. Ms Kurdi lives in Sweden and she is very passionate about her beliefs in regards to women's rights. (Hevpeyvîn derbarî Roja Cîhanî ya Jinan e. Roza jineke nishtîman perwere û...
IS CHANGING LAWS BECAUSE OF RELIGION A GOOD IDEA
Some Australian Muslim leaders say there is a need for laws to change in order to be protected because of their religion.This SBS report is in Kurdish and it has English audio grabs. (Hin rêberên Muslman e Australî dibêjin pêdivî bi guhertina zagonan...
Trans-Pacific trade deal 'could push up medicine prices'
There are concerns a proposed massive trade deal could have an impact on Australia's health system. (Nîgeranî heye sebaret be pêshniyarî rêkewtinêkî bazirganî mezin, ke kardekat le ser sistemî tendurûstî le Australiya. )
Interview: Duygu Dogan
Miss Dogan, is currently studying her final year at Sydney International Film School. She arrived in Australia at the age of seven and that's when she found out about her Kurdish identity Kurdish intro- English audio(Duygu Dogan êsta sallî kotay...
AUSTRALIAN KILLED WITH KURDISH FIGHTERS
Ashley Johnston joined the Kurdish forces to fight ISIS in Syria and Iraq. Ashley was killed during heavy fighting between the Kurds and ISIS. This report is in Kurdish with English audio.(Ashley Johnston ê Australî ber bi demekê tevlî hêza Kurdî bû...
POSSIBLE DUAL CITIZENSHIP CHANGES
Migrant and ethnic community groups have expressed concern over possible changes to citizenship and immigration laws. This feature is in Kurdish with English audio grabs.(Civakên kocber û yên etnîk di xema ku hukmet qanûna du-hevwelatiyê biguhere da...
Iraq troop announcement appears imminent
Australia is poised to send more than 200 extra troops to Iraq as part of a joint training mission with New Zealand to boost the campaign against the self-proclaimed Islamic State. (Australiya bo heye ziyatir le 200 serbazî dîke binêrêt bo Êraq, le...
Kurdish Women's Cultral Day
This event was held in Sydney by NSW Education Program on FGM. The program included presentations, mostly in Kurdish on a range of topic regarding Kurdish women's issues. There were also music dancing poetry. In this report we also spoke to some...
Report highlights cost to kids of alcohol abuse
A new report has found heavy drinking among parents is having a devastating impact on Australian families.(Raportêkî nwê dozînewey tirsinakî têda destnîshan dekrêt, sebaret be xwardinewey alkohol le layen dak û bawkan û kardanewey negetîvî bo ser...
INTERVIEW WITH HUSEN DUZEN
This interview is regarding the International Mother Language Day. Mr Duzen speaks of the importance of languages. (Meyade Kurdî Xelîl (Mayada Kordy Khalil) ev hevpeyvîn derbarî Roja Zimanê Zikmakiyê ku hersal di 21 meha Shibatê de tê pîroz kirin bi...
INTERVIEW WITH KAWE AHANGARI PART 2
In part two of the interview with Kawe Ahangari, he speaks about the Kurds' situation in Iran and the presence of I.S.I.L in Kurdish regions, Iraq and Syria.(Beshê duyem ji hevpeyvîna tev berêz Kawe Ahangari girêdayiye bi Kurdên Rojhilat û rewsha wan....
Data retention costs
Prime Minister Tony Abbott is pressing Labor to quickly pass new data retention laws, which are now expected to cost up to $400 million a year. (Serokî Wezîran Tony Abbott fisharî hênawe bo Partî Kar bo ewey razî bêt leser planî bo dahênanî yasayî...
Report: Shehen H. Nuri, Slemani
Our corespondent from Kurdistan Region, reporting on the latest news about Kurdistan Regional Govermnet's meetings with Baghdad and Ankara, demonstrations by teachers in Slemani regarding the lack of payment by govermnet for the last few months,...
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