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Victoria first to expunge historic gay sex convictions09/18/14
The Victorian Government has become Australia's first to introduce laws expunging historic convictions for gay sex.
PNG Supreme Court to rule on Manus appeal
The Supreme Court of Papua New Guinea is due to consider whether an appeal against the lawfulness of the Manus Island detention centre be allowed to resume today.
Worrying rise in sexually transmitted infections
Transmission rates of the sexually transmitted disease syphilis have reached their highest levels ever recorded in Australia.
New tool measures companies' diversity efforts
The Human Rights Commission hopes to inject more cultural competency into Australian businesses with a new online tool to assess how well they encourage diversity.
Bainimarama looks set to become elected PM
The man who ruled Fiji for eight years by decree has pulled off a stunning election victory in the country's first poll since 2006.
SBS World News Radio 19 September
Sydney rally criticises anti-terror raids; A Danish program to rehabilitate returnees from Middle Eastern war zones; The weekend in sport.
Sydney rally criticises anti-terror raids
Muslim communities are being called on to stand as one following major anti-terror raids in Sydney and Brisbane.
Many Australians blaming rape victims
Is the perpetrator fully to blame when a woman's raped?
UN aims to eradicate statelessness by 2024
At least three million people around the world are stateless, but the United Nations says the figure could actually be more than 10 million.
Claims MH17 victims' families denied adequate compensation
A Sydney law firm has accused Malaysia Airlines of denying adequate compensation to the families of MH17 air crash victims.
What's driving young people to extremism?
Anger at the living conditions faced by many Muslims living overseas, not religious ideology, is apparently leading young Australians to join extremist organisations.
Call for Australian military involvement against Ebola outbreak
As the Australian government sends millions of dollars to Ebola-ravaged African nations, a former aid worker is calling for Australian troops on the ground.
Campaign for Currumbin mosque continues
The Islamic Society of the Gold Coast says it hasn't yet given up plans for what would be the second mosque in the Queensland region.
Australia could pay for China's drive for clean air
The Australian economy could fall victim to China's attempts to clean up its cities.
Reports of early election lead for Bainimarama
With about half the votes counted in Fijis election military strongman Voreqe Bainimarama has reportedly accrued about 60 per cent of the vote.
SBS World News Radio 18 September
Battle against IS could 'take years'; Vote counting underway in Fiji; Is Australia doing enough to fight Ebola?
New UN mission takes over in CAR
A new United Nations mission has officially taken charge of peacekeeping operations in the Central African Republic.
PM faces questions on forced removal of Indigenous children
The Prime Minister has faced questions about the forced removal of Aboriginal children from their parents in New South Wales while on his week-long stay in the Northern Territory.
Denmark works to 'rehabilitate' those involved in Iraq, Syria
A pioneering program in Denmark is offering support to young people returning from war zones in the Middle East.
Fears new airport security could affect Australians' Hajj travel
Some Australian Muslims are worried they could get caught up in the new anti-terrorism measures when they travel to Saudi Arabia for the annual Hajj pilgrimage.
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