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Interviews and feature reports from SBS News.

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Interviews and feature reports from SBS News.

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English

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Episodes

Getting your COVID vaccination - the facts

3/3/2021
With millions more still awaiting their first dose, SBS News asked how you will - and won't - find out when it's your turn to get the vaccine.

Duration:00:08:34

The problem of prejudice in Victoria

3/3/2021
A parliamentary inquiry into anti-vilification laws shows prejudice and hate are prevalent in Victoria and it's reccomending an extension of legislation.

Duration:00:04:35

Quarantine extended for Doha passengers who arrived in Queensland

3/3/2021
Passengers who arrived in Queensland From Doha last month have had their hotel quarantine extended for another five days after the Russian variant of coronavirus was detected.

Duration:00:05:15

A third of Chinese Australians report facing discrimination

3/3/2021
Report findings findings come with the backdrop of fears around the pandemic, and worsening diplomatic relations between Australia and China.

Duration:00:03:21

Attorney General rejects historic rape allegations

3/3/2021
Attorney-General Christian Porter has revealed he's the federal cabinet minister at the centre of historic rape allegations.

Duration:00:05:17

SBS On the Money: Economy's spectacular but uneven recovery

3/3/2021
SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with economist Stephen Koukoulas about the economy's better than expected 3.1 per cent quarterly rise

Duration:00:08:39

The sustaining power of forests in focus

3/2/2021
World Wildlife Day's theme for 2021 is 'Forests and Livelihoods: Sustaining People and Planet'.

Duration:00:05:41

Thousands more blood and plasma donations needed

3/2/2021
The number of blood donors has dropped significantly in comparison to this time last year at the height of the pandemic.

Duration:00:03:35

EU defends slow COVID-19 vaccine rollout

3/2/2021
The European Union is continuing to defend its coronavirus vaccine policy, despite several member states placing their own orders for vaccines developed in China and Russia.

Duration:00:06:33

W-League players struggle to meet both work and sport commitments

3/2/2021
For current W-League players the financial realities of playing in a low paid domestic league means they're often juggling work commitments outside the game.

Duration:00:04:17

SBS On the Money: How the RBA is keeping fixed mortgage rates low

3/2/2021
SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with HSBC Chief Economist Paul Bloxham about the RBA's move to keep the cash rate at a record low of 0.1%.

Duration:00:10:26

Government confident of hitting October vaccination target

3/2/2021
Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt says almost 42,000 people have had a COVID-19 vaccination, including 13,300 people in aged care.

Duration:00:04:21

Victoria's mental health system needs completely rebuilding - report

3/2/2021
A damning Royal Commission has called for the mental health system to be re-built from the ground up after exposing catastrophic service failures.

Duration:00:03:36

Teens take on Government to stop mine expansion

3/2/2021
A group of teenagers and an 86-year-old nun have launched a class action in Federal Court today, to try to stop the expansion of the Vickery coalmine in New South Wales.

Duration:00:03:07

2021 won't see end of COVID-19 pandemic: WHO

3/1/2021
Despite ongoing global vaccination efforts, a relaxation of general vigilance and pandemic restrictions is leading to an increase in daily new cases after last month's brief dip in numbers.

Duration:00:05:51

$450 million allocated to overhaul aged care sector

3/1/2021
A Royal Commission report into Australia's aged care system is reccomending fundemental reform after an inquiry identified failures and shortcomings in the sector.

Duration:00:03:26

Asylum seekers more susceptible to illegal schemes

3/1/2021
AFP warns asylum seekers are often not able to work, or have limited ability to work on temporary visas, so they will take whatever work they can to support themselves,

Duration:00:02:54

Australian Medical Association doubts Government vaccination target will be met

3/1/2021
More than 30 thousand Australians have received a COVID-19 vaccine since the rollout started.

Duration:00:04:39

SBS On the Money: House prices jump most in 17 years

3/1/2021
SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with CoreLogic Head of Research Tim Lawless about the mismatch between housing demand and supply pushing prices higher.

Duration:00:15:24

South Australia plastic ban met with optimism

3/1/2021
South Australia has become the first state in Australia to ban single-use plastic cutlery, straws and beverage stirrers.

Duration:00:05:18