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Interviews and feature reports from SBS News.

Interviews and feature reports from SBS News.

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Sydney, NSW

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Interviews and feature reports from SBS News.

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English


Episodes

Long wait for Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe

3/7/2021
The 42-year-old has been held in Iran for five years on spying charges, which she denies, and despite her prison sentence ending on Sunday, her passport has not been returned.

Duration:00:05:20

Yazidis in Australia yearn for justice

3/7/2021
Iraq has enacted a landmark bill which for the first time formally recognises the genocide and trauma of sexual violence against the ethnic minority.

Duration:00:03:56

Healthcare workers commended across the Commonwealth

3/7/2021
Members of the Royal family have commended healthcare workers in the Commonwealth for their selfless service during the coronavirus pandemic.

Duration:00:04:51

What is the Commonwealth and why is Australia a member?

3/7/2021
The Commonwealth is a free association of sovereign states, made up of the United Kingdom and a number of its former dependencies - including Australia.

Duration:00:04:11

On International Women's Day, what needs to change to improve the culture at Parliament?

3/7/2021
Sexism in Australian politics has been placed under a spotlight in the wake of recent calls to address the treatment of women and workplace culture inside Parliament House.

Duration:00:05:29

Julia Gillard encourages Australians to get vaccinated

3/7/2021
Former Prime Minister Julia Gillard says she wants Australians to get vaccinated against COVID-19 and to seek out reliable sources for vaccine information.

Duration:00:03:15

Inquiry into workplace culture at Parliament House announced

3/5/2021
Leader of the Government in the Senate Simon Birmingham says the revelations of the past few weeks required action by the government.

Duration:00:05:09

NZ rocked by earthquakes, tsunami warning

3/5/2021
New Zealanders started their day with an early morning earthquake, and then a major tsunami alert.

Duration:00:04:57

SBS On the Money: Why rising bond yields are hitting technology stocks

3/5/2021
SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with Merricks Capital's Fiona Clark about the recent moves on the bond market any why it is impacting local shares.

Duration:00:07:54

First AstraZeneca vaccines roll out in South Australia

3/5/2021
Frontline health workers in Murray Bridge, east of Adelaide, have received the first AstraZeneca vaccinations in the country.

Duration:00:05:45

NSW plans to lift ban on genetically modified crops

3/5/2021
The New South Wales Government has announced it will lift its 18-year ban on genetically modified crops.

Duration:00:05:55

Italy blocks vaccines to Australia as EU scrambles to fill shortages

3/4/2021
The move has triggered a debate on protectionism, even as a number of EU countries start to negotiate their own agreements outside the bloc.

Duration:00:06:12

Sharing stories, sharing ideas: AIS ambassadors growing cultural awareness in sport

3/4/2021
The Australian Institute of Sport has named new ambassadors to its cultural training program aimed at improving cultural competency in sport.

Duration:00:03:35

What was it like to be LGBTIQ+ in the 1970s?

3/4/2021
It's almost 50 years since the first Mardi Gras in Sydney wound its way down Oxford Street; and was marred by police violence and a large number of arrests

Duration:00:03:42

Biloela asylum seeking family have been in detention for three years

3/4/2021
Three-year-old Tharunicaa and five-year-old Kopika Murugappan have spent most of their lives in immigration detention on Christmas Island.

Duration:00:06:15

Scientists say Kathleen Folbigg's conviction for murder was wrong

3/4/2021
Kathleen Folbigg was convicted of murdering her three children in 2003 - but does the scientific evidence back up that verdict?

Duration:00:03:33

PM under pressure to deal with allegations against Christian Porter

3/4/2021
The family of a woman who is accusing the Federal Attorney-General of a historical rape allegation is backing an inquiry into her death last year.

Duration:00:04:08

COVID-19 vaccine rollout on track to meet deadline say health authorities

3/4/2021
More than 61,000 COVID-19 vaccines have been administered in Australia so far, including more than 18,000 in aged and disability care.

Duration:00:04:32

Call for inquiry into why and how Australia went to war in Afghanistan

3/3/2021
A former Australian special forces soldier says the war in Afghanistan was not worth fighting, and should have been better scrutinised by the parliament and the media.

Duration:00:07:19

Dolly and Pele add their voices to vaccination calls

3/3/2021
American country singer Dolly Parton and Brazilian football great Pele are urging others to get the coronavirus vaccine.

Duration:00:07:28