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Rabies warning for NT10/02/14
A vet is warning of the possibility of a rabies outbreak in the Northern Territory.
Ebola crisis leads to school lessons by radio
As fear of Ebola's spread closes schools in Sierra Leone, the government is set to begin delivering education to sutdents by radio.
Bosnia seeks war crimes extradition from Australia
.The Australian government is being accused of providing safe haven for war criminals.
World News Radio October 2
The latest from the Hong Kong protests; Australia accused of protecting war criminals; What is Sharia law?
Sri Lanka denies forces abused returned asylum seekers
Sri Lanka is denying allegations of human rights abuse by its security forces from asylum seekers rejected by Australia and interviewed on SBS's Dateline program.
Call for stricter controls over NSW fracking
Opponents of coal seam gas exploration in Australia say there are a serious a lack of controls over how the industry operates.
Protest over plan to re-introduce TPVs
Refugee advocates have held a protest in Melbourne over the re-introduction of Temporary Protection Visas.
MSF renews calls for Australia to send medical workers to Ebola zone
MSF says Australia has adopted a nonsensical approach to the deadly Ebola epidemic in West Africa.
First case of Ebola confirmed outside Africa
The Ebola outbreak gripping parts of west Africa has had its first case confirmed outside the continent.
Palmer gets his inquiry of Queensland government
The Queensland government is facing the prospect of a wide raging federal inquiry instigated by Palmer United Party leader Clive Palmer.
Thousands die trying to reach Europe: IOM
The IOM says an average of eight people die every day seeking refuge in the developed world.
Jewish academic protests Israeli actions in Palestinian territories
Jewish academic Marcelo Svirsky is walking from Sydney to Canberra to bring a petition to federal parliament calling for Australia to turn its back on Israel over its actions in the Palestinian territories.
Explainer: What is Sharia law?
Sharia law is sometimes portrayed as synonymous with cruel punishments and this year it's even been linked with terrorism, but what does it actually say?
Nauru suicide attempts 'on the rise'
Activists say suicide attempts are on the rise and more than a dozen asylum seekers have sewn their lips shut on Nauru since the Abbott government announced changed visa arrangements last week.
UN conference calls for return of Indigenous remains
A UN conference has called for an intensified effort to achieve the repatriation of Indigenous ceremonial objects and human remains being held in foreign museums and other institutions.
Tunisia prepares for parliamentary and presidential elections
As their country prepares for parliamentary and presidential elections many Tunisians appear to be disillusioned with the results of the revolution.
World News Radio October 1
Kathy Novak at the Hong Kong protests; Tunisians look ahead to parliamentary elections; Australia's bushfire seasons begins today.
The challenges of dementia in multicultural Australia
How is dementia affecting members of Australia's non-English speaking communities?
Deadline passes with no progress on nuclear waste dump
Another deadline has passed with no sign of progress in the critical race for Australia to find somewhere to store its nuclear waste.
Liberian Australians urge more action on Ebola
Members of Australia's Liberian community have rallied in Melbourne to call for more action in tackling the Ebola outbreak in west Africa.
- Sydney, NSW