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Costs revealed for transfer, deportation of asylum seekers

12/10/2018
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Figures obtained by SBS under Freedom of Information laws show the Australian government spent $78 million on the air transfer and deportation of asylum seekers last financial year.

Duration:00:05:58

'The only prize is justice': Nobel Peace laureates

12/10/2018
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The joint recipients of the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize have used their acceptance speeches to draw attention to the sexual violence many women and children are experiencing in conflicts around the world.

Duration:00:05:30

Theresa May stares down certain defeat, postpones Brexit vote

12/10/2018
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Britain's PM has postponed a crucial vote on her draft Brexit agreement, going back to European Union leaders in a desperate bid to seek reassurances on the divorce deal.

Duration:00:04:42

The Afghan interpreters left behind by Australia

12/10/2018
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Despite hundreds of interpreters and their families receiving refugee visas for Australia, SBS has tracked down others still waiting - and fearful - after four years.

Duration:00:07:01

Call to protect women on temporary visas from domestic violence

12/10/2018
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Domestic violence workers are calling for urgent changes to Australia’s migration laws to protect women on temporary visas.

Duration:00:03:34

OECD finds Australia on track to continue economic growth

12/10/2018
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But the OECD says not all is positive, with concerns remaining around the country's housing market and climate-change policy and the effect of global trade tensions.

Duration:00:05:39

The dark story that came after the Light Horse Brigade

12/10/2018
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A hundred years ago this week, Australian and New Zealand forces massacred at least 40 people at the Palestinian village of Surafend.

Duration:00:02:51

Britain remains divided ahead of parliamentary vote on Brexit deal

12/9/2018
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The draft agreement, which has been approved by the 27 EU leaders and Theresa May's cabinet, is due to be approved or rejected by the full British parliament on December 11.

Duration:00:04:57

Weekend sports wrap

12/9/2018
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A football-heavy weekend of sport saw the groups drawn for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup, action in the domestic leagues, and a new team top the table in the English Premier League.

Duration:00:04:51

70 years after the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, is it all fixed?

12/9/2018
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The Declaration, drafted after the Second World War, set out for the first time the basic rights and fundamental freedoms to which all human beings are entitled.

Duration:00:06:02

Remote communities report increase in petrol-sniffing

12/7/2018
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Incidence rates dropped significantly after the rollout of low-aromatic Opal fuel in the mid 2000s, but some Indigenous service providers say there have been dozens of new reports.

Duration:00:04:03

PM Bulletin December 7

12/7/2018
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Bill Shorten rubbishes suggestions he wants to weaken border protection policies; FIFA joins the fight to free a Melbourne footballer facing deportation to Bahrain;

Duration:00:05:03

Has same-sex marriage delivered the promised economic benefits?

12/6/2018
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A year after federal parliament passed the same-sex marriage legislation, we speak to three small-business owners who were hoping its legalisation would help their businesses.

Duration:00:04:33

Canberra: the week in review 7 December

12/6/2018
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It was a chaotic end to the final parliamentary sitting week of the year, after a series of delays eventually led to the passage of new encryption laws.

Duration:00:04:55

Midday Bulletin Dec 7

12/6/2018
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Labor admits the new encryption laws it helped pass are flawed; Day two of Australia's first Test match against India is underway in Adelaide.

Duration:00:05:14

Central European University forced out of Hungary

12/6/2018
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It’s the culmination of a long campaign by the nationalist government of Prime Minister Viktor Orban against the university’s founder, Hungarian born US-based philanthropist George Soros.

Duration:00:04:49

Encryption laws pass, but Labor's Nauru bill delayed

12/6/2018
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The last parliamentary sitting of the year in Australia has turned out chaotic but eventually led to the passage of new encryption laws.

Duration:00:04:26

Cricket for the over-50s ... who feel like over-30s

12/6/2018
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If you missed the chance to represent your country at sport, the first-ever Over-50s Cricket World Cup may rekindle your sporting dreams.

Duration:00:03:26

Weekend Sport Preview

12/6/2018
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The summer of cricket is underway in Adelaide, with visiting India looking to make history and win a test series in Australia for the first time.

Duration:00:03:55

Victorian coroner wants public drunkenness abolished as crime

12/6/2018
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And a warning for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, the following story contains the name of a deceased person.

Duration:00:03:40