Guy Sebastian to represent Australia at Eurovision 201503/04/15
SBS has announced Guy Sebastian will be Australias first ever contestant at the Eurovision song contest. (El talentoso cantautor y ganador de Australian Idol 2003, Guy Sebastian, se ha convertido en el primer cantante australiano en ser elegido para...
Rinitis and allergies
Rhinitis is an allergic disease but also has other variants in its pathology. It affects many people due to the annoyance of her symptoms, and in some cases leads to more serious physical problems. (La rinitis es una enfermedad de tipo alérgico aunque...
Economists say a third straight quarter of falling company profits has only added to expectations of another rate cut by the Reserve Bank at its monthly board meeting Gross operating profits fell 0.2 per cent in the three months ...(Existe mucha...
Mexican tenor Diego Torre: “happy to stay in Australia”
Mexican multi-awarded tenor Diego Torre is singing with Opera Australia. Diegos most recent performances include Gustavus (Un ballo in maschera), The Duke (Rigoletto) and Cavaradossi for Opera Australia; Gabriele Adorno (Simon Baccanegra) at...
Colombia, uno de los 3 países del mundo con mayoría de mujeres...
There are only three countries in the world where there is more likely to have a female manager than a male one, Jamaica, Colombia and Saint Lucia. Australia is placed 42 in the world ranking. (Según la OIT, hay sólo tres países en el mundo donde hay...
GP Co-payment, “dead, buried and cremated”
The Abbott government has abandoned its latest proposed change to the Medicare system. (El primer ministro decretó la muerte a una de las más impopulares medidas del presupuesto federal: el copago de $5 para consultas con el médico general. )
Tabare Vazquez takes power from popular Pepe Mujica in Uruguay
Tabare Vazquez is returning to office in Uruguay, replacing popular leader Jose Mujica, a former guerrilla fighter famous for controversial measures such as legalizing the distribution and production of marijuana, gay marriage and abortion. &nb...(El...
A social network for expats
Do you feel a longing for your homeland? Would you like to meet people who share your origin, points of view and interests? Now this is possible through the social network Internations, a Web site that puts expatriates in contact. They currently...
Cybertrends: Love on Internet
A new Australian study analysing the differences between what men and women want when seeking relationships via the internet discovers that while women seek quality, men want quantity. Also in Cybertrends, another study by the "Universitat Oberta...
Se arrecian especulaciones sobre crisis de liderazgo
Prime Minister Tony Abbott has made light of the latest round of leadership speculation as recycled rubbish. Mr Abbott is facing reports that a majority of Liberal MPs and senators now want to dump him, with Julie Bishop and Malcolm ...(A pesar de que...
Survival launches worldwide tribal photography contest
Following the success of its first-ever photography competition, Survival International - the global movement for tribal peoples rights -announces its second worldwide photography contest. The competition aims to celebrate photogr...(La organización...
Coaching with Pilar: the importance of our thoughts
Our thoughts can either empower or paralyse us says Pilar Lopez, Coach on personal development, speaking at SBS Radio. (Hay pensamientos que nos dan poder o nos lo quitan, impidiéndonos actuar nos dice Pilar López, coach en Crecimiento Personal,...
From Australia, proposal to fight against political corruption in Peru
Concerned for the social and political situation in his country, analyst Daniel Bedon is proposing to organise a civic entity, independent from current political parties, to fight against political corruption in Peru. Peruvians will have...
The Disappeared: Where are Mexico’s 23,000 missing?
The number of people missing in Mexico is now over 23,000, each one of them with a family desperately wanting to know where they are and who took them. (El número de personas desaparecidas en México supera los 23 mil. Cada uno de ellos con personas...
Abbott suggests new direction in national-security laws
Prime Minister Tony Abbott is being warned to ensure personal freedoms and democratic rights would not be compromised under proposed tough new anti-terrorism laws. (En el contexto de su nueva estrategia antiterrorista, y el "creciente peligro que...
Cybertrends: They pay to watch you eat
In a new trend called Muk-bnag, thousands of South Koreans are paying to stream images of people eating. Find out more about this on Cybertrend, where well also discuss the iCar from Apple, the largest robbery ever committed on the Internet and...
Omara Portuondo's farewell
One of the most important voices in the history of Cuba, Omara Portuondo, is touring Australia in the company of award-winning band Buena VisTa Social Club with the tour 'Goodbye'. (Una de las más importantes voces en la historia de Cuba, Omara...
Tropical cyclone Marcia hits Queensland coast
Cyclone Marcia has been downgraded to a category four, but it's still unleashing very destructive winds on central Queensland, the Bureau of Meteorology says. (El potente ciclón tropical Marcia continua avanzando a lo largo de la costa este de...
Australian government cuts have affected international aid programs in...
From the budget presented by the federal coalition in May 2014, Australia has cut about 11 billion dollars in international aid, the largest cut in 40 years. Luis Castillo is the secretary general of Caritas Huacho in Peru, and he...(Desde el...
Tony Abbott steps up metadata push
Prime Minister Tony Abbott is stepping up the pressure on Labor to swiftly pass new data retention laws, which are now expected to cost up to $400 million a year. Mr Abbott warned there would be an "explosion of unsolved crime" without the...
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