'Australian Agenda' with Kazım Ateş01/27/15
Kazım Ateş comments on the leadership speculatıon of Prime Minister Tony Abbott.(Kazım Ateş Başbakan Tony Abbott'ın liderliği konusunda dile getirilen iddialar hakkında görüş belirtiyor.)
Paintress Meftune Çekem's exhibition in Melbourne
Paintress Meftune Çekem who is from Turkey, opens her exhibition in Melbourne between 10 and 22 February at 'Chapel of Chapel' on 12 Little Chapel Street Prahran. Its name is: 'Dream Comes True - Journey Through Life'.(Türkiye'den konuk olarak gelen...
Comments from Mr Ruşen Çakır, journalist from Turkey
Comments from Mr Ruşen Çakır, journalist, author, TV commentator from Turkey on the latest news and current affairs.(Bu haftanın 'Türkiye Gündemi'nde gazeteci, yazar, televizyon yorumcusu Ruşen Çakır ile Türkiye'den en son haberleri ve güncel olayları...
PM cops backlash over knighthood
Prime Minister Tony Abbott's political judgement is again being called into question following his decision to award an Australian knighthood to the Queen's husband, Prince Philip. (Başbakan Tony Abbott'ın Avustralya'nın en yüksek nişanını vermek için...
Anti-austerity party wins Greek election
Anti-austerity party Syriza has won an historic victory in Greece's election. With over 99 percent of the vote counted, Syriza had 149 seats in the 300-seat parliament, taking more than 36 percent of the vote. The group's victory sets up a...
Domestic violence campaigner Rosie Batty named 'Australian of the Year'
Domestic violence campaigner Ms Rosie Batty has been named Australian of the Year, 2015. Ms Batty shot to prominence after her 11 year old son Luke was killed by his father in a very public assault. For the first time in the history of the...
Australia Day celebrations
For the first time, Australia Day celebrations this year features a salute to the nation. The new centre piece of commemorations on January 26th involves the army, the navy and a fly over by the air force. (Avustralya Günü kutlamalarında bu yıl ilk...
European Human Rights Court hears again Switzerland v Perinçek case
European Human Rights Court is going to hear Switzerland v Perinçek case again on January 28th 2015 due to Switzerland's objection on the Court's previous decision on Mr Doğu Perinçek's statements in that country. (28 Ocak çarşamba günü Fransa'nın...
Stringer Report from Istanbul
Stringer Report from Turkey by SBS Radio Turkish Program's correspondent, journalist Ms Ahu Özyurt.('Haftanın Türkiye Değerlendirmesi'nde Istanbul muhabirimiz, gazeteci Ahu Özyurt ile, Türkiye'nin son günlerdeki önemli gündem maddelerini konuştuk. )
President of Beşiktaş JK Mr Fikret Orman says hello to Australian Turks
We have interviewed President of Beşiktaş JK Mr Fikret Orman who was invited to Australia by the Moreland Eagles - Beşiktaş School of Football.(Moreland Eagles - 'Beşiktaş Futbol Okulu'nun davetlisi olarak Avustralyaya gelme hazırlığı içinde olan...
Australian Victoria Cross recipients honoured on a postage stamp
Five of Australia's most decorated soldiers have been honoured on a postage stamp.The stamps feature Australia's Victoria Cross recipients, as the country prepares to mark 100 years of the ANZAC landings at Gallipoli.(Posta pulları üzerine beş...
New research shows young Asthmatics at greater risk of mental health...
Most people associate asthma with breathlessness, but poor mental health is a hidden side effect.Teenagers with asthma are more than twice as likely to have mental health problems as their peers.A survey of over five hundred asthmatics has...
Obama tries to reset political agenda in State of Union address
United States President Barack Obama has delivered his sixth State of the Union address, a nationally-televised speech before the U-S Congress. The annual address is a requirement of the country's constitution, originally designed...(ABD başkanları...
Latest News and Current Affairs from Cyprus
Latest news and current affairs from Cyprus by SBS Radio Turkish Program's correspondent, journalist Mr Hasan Hastürer. (Kıbrıs'tan en son haberleri ve güncel olayları muhabirimiz, gazeteci Hasan Hastürer ile konuştuk. )
IS militants demand US$200 million for Japanese hostages
I-S militants have released a new video threatening to kill two Japanese hostages unless a 200-million-dollar ransom is paid. It's the same amount of money Japan's Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe pledged in an aid package to countries fighting the...
Fears for Australians after Indonesian executions
Indonesia executed six people, including a Brazilian and a Dutch citizen, and the Attorney-General says the country will not compromise on drugs. The killings do not augur well for the two Australian ringleaders of the former heroin-smuggling...
SBS Radio's 40th Anniversary
SBS Radio is celebrating 40th year. Interviewed with Turkish speaking community on SBS Radio's 40th anniversary.(Bu yıl SBS Radyosunun 40. yılını kutluyoruz. Biz de SBS Radyosu ile ilgili düşüncelerinizi sizlere sorduk. Toplum bireylerimizle SBS 'in...
Protests rage against Charlie Hebdo cartoon
Protests have been held around the world against controversial images featured in the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. The latest magazine shows a cartoon of a tearful Prophet Mohammed holding a sign reading "Je suis Charlie," or "I am...
Lower oil prices press aviation industry
The recent slide in the global oil price is having a considerable impact on consumers' finances. Oil prices may remain low for some time, with a former senior adviser to Saudi Arabia's minister of petroleum saying Saudi Arabia can withstand...
Comments from Yavuz Oğhan, journalist, producer from Turkey
Comments from Mr Yavuz Oğhan, journalist, producer from Turkey on the latest news and current affairs.('Türkiye Gündemi'nde gazeteci, programcı Yavuz Oğhan ile, Türkiye'den en son haberler ve güncel olaylar üzerine konuştuk. Oğhan, başta,...
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