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Labor accused of abandoning Whitlam's multicultural...10/22/14
A former ethnic community leader has accused the Labor party of abandoning the passion for multiculturalism instilled by Gough Whitlam.
Balibo Five widow slams inquiry decision
The widow of Australian journalist Greg Shackleton has slammed a decision to drop an inquiry into the deaths of the so-called "Balibo Five."
3D technology helps man avoid amputation
Doctors in Melbourne have successfully carried out a world-first procedure by creating a new heel bone, using 3D technology.
SBS World News 22 October
Oscar Pistorius receives a custodial sentence for killing his girlfriend. Calls to recognise a growing number of male domestic violence victims. Melbourne doctors carry out a world-first heel replacement, using 3D technology.
Vale Gough Whitlam
Former Prime Minister Gough Whitlam has died, aged 98.
Sex invented by Scottish square dancing fish
Australian scientists have traced the origin of sex back the first intercourse to a pair of tiny fish in a chilly Scottish lake.
Dateline: No Rules School
It's become known as New Zealand's school with few rules where children are allowed to run amok during recess.
SBS World News Radio Oct 20
The search continues for MH-370; The hell of domestic violence; The weekend in sport;
WEEKEND SPORT WRAP 2010
World News Australia's weekend sport round up with Attila Mosonyi
Cambodians protest over Aussie refugee deal
Students, unions and non-government organisations in Cambodia are mounting a campaign to oppose the refugee deal with Australia.
Australia could see more war crimes extradition requests
Bosnia and Herzegovina has revealed there are more people wanted for extradition over alleged war crimes living in Australia.
SBS World News Radio Oct 17
A scandal involving the Catholic church; How close is a vaccine for Ebola; Social cohesion in Australia;
Aussie students inspired by umbrella revolution
Students protesters in Melbourne have taken inspiration from Hong Kong's so-called umbrella revolution.
Language controversy echoes down decades
The case of Erwin Kisch highlights how the issue of language proficiency has long stirred debate in Australia.
Cancer sufferers told it's never too late to stop smoking
The Cancer Council is urging smokers recently diagnosed with cancer to stop smoking, after new research suggesting it can significantly prolong their lives.
Another US health worker infected with Ebola as concern spreads
United States president Barack Obama has promised more aggressive action to tackle Ebola after a second US health worker became infected with the virus.
SBS World News Radio Oct 16
Asylum seeker baby not a refugee; Where next for Hong Kong's democracy movement?; Skin cell research helping cure brain diseases;
Could Australia have another war crimes trial?
Australia has been considering what would be its first war crimes prosecution for over two decades.
Skin cell research shows promise
They're diseases that can have a devastating impact - but skin cell research is providing hope for people with Alzheimers, Schizophrenia and Motor Neurone Disease.
Doctors offered big dollars to work with Ebola
How much money would convince you to work on the frontline fighting Ebola?
- Sydney, NSW