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Broadcasting balanced and impartial Australian and international news and information in English.

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South Melbourne, Australia

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Broadcasting balanced and impartial Australian and international news and information in English.

Language:

English

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Episodes

Australian citizens worried as they are trapped in India

3/31/2020
More than a billion people are now locked down in India as a result of the country's strict lockdown measures against COVID-19

Duration:00:03:03

Concern grows for workers on temporary visas

3/31/2020
Workers on temporary visas who have lost their jobs say they have been left with no support during the pandemic.

Duration:00:02:56

Antarctica is not immune from extreme weather events

3/31/2020
Antarctica has experienced its first heatwave on the east of the continent with scientists concerned about the potential long term impacts.

Duration:00:02:18

Private hospitals join fight against COVID-19

3/31/2020
The Federal Government has struck a deal with the country's 657 private hospitals which will see 34 thousand private hospital beds being made available.

Duration:00:03:31

Pharmacists ask Government for better protections

3/31/2020
As community concern grew around the coronavirus pandemic, pharmacies witnessed a surge in customers stocking up on supplies.

Duration:00:02:50

Explainer: What the Coronavirus means for visa holders

3/31/2020
There are over 120 visa categories in Australia. Millions of visa holders are concerned or confused about their immediate future. SBS News breaks down the categories to provide the latest government advice and identify the support being offered to them.

Duration:00:05:33

Coronavirus changes the rules for bars and pubs

3/31/2020
Australians can now, for the first time, order alcohol from bars and restaurants for delivery to their doors.

Duration:00:03:26

Call to make protective equipment available worldwide

3/30/2020
Dr Michael Ryan from the WHO says all countries need to actively work on pushing down infection rates.

Duration:00:07:01

Australian migrants who escaped war being re-traumatised by COVID-19 crisis

3/30/2020
Psychologists welcome 'telehealth' option so they are able to counsel clients who are struggling to cope with virus measures.

Duration:00:05:23

The Coronavirus vaccine process explained: how soon will it be available?

3/30/2020
A global medical race is underway to develop a coronavirus vaccine. It is not simple and it will not be done overnight. SBS News asks health experts, including those working on a COVID-19 vaccine, all the burning questions.

Duration:00:06:24

A cafe with the community at its heart

3/30/2020
Melbourne's Kerekere cafe has come up with an innovative way to keep their doors open

Duration:00:02:42

Brave citizen finally receives an award - 43 years on

3/30/2020
The Australian Bravery Awards list has been released, honouring dozens of citizens who have acted selflessly and courageously.

Duration:00:08:32

Government pledges $130 billion wage subsidy

3/30/2020
The government pledges the biggest stimulus package in Australian history in an effort to support businesses.

Duration:00:03:51

Australia's coronavirus death toll reaches 18

3/30/2020
Tasmanian Premier says Covid-19 needs to be taken seriously because 'lives are at stake'.

Duration:00:04:57

Some renters are facing problems due to COVID-19

3/30/2020
With the Prime Minister calling on tenants and landlords to "work out a compromise' on rent payments, some have shown compassion, but others have not.

Duration:00:03:51

Forty per cent of the world's population told to stay home

3/29/2020
Italy and Spain, which together account for more than half of the world's deaths, hope they are closing in on the peak of the crisis.

Duration:00:06:56

Fitness industry urges government to classify it 'essential'

3/29/2020
Gym owners believe the shutdown of indoor gyms and fitness centres is having a major impact on people's mental health.

Duration:00:03:00

More coronavirus deaths in Australia as infections slow

3/29/2020
The coronavirus death toll has risen in Australia to 16 people, although there are promising signs the curve could be flattening.

Duration:00:04:46

New public gathering limitations in response to coronavirus

3/29/2020
The number of people allowed to gather in public has been reduced from ten to two under tough new coronavirus restrictions announced by the national cabinet.

Duration:00:06:05

PM bulletin 29 March 2020

3/29/2020
The coronavirus death toll in Australia rises to 16, the federal government unveils more than one billion dollars to tackle COVID-19 and indicates there is some optimism based on infection rates and US organisers cancel a car show because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Duration:00:05:10