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Welcome to SBS Radio's Aboriginal Program. Broadcasting in English, we cover national news, current affairs and sport.We also bring our listeners news from other indigenous communities around the world in an effort to promote understanding and appreciation of Aboriginal culture. SBS Radio's Aboriginal Program is one of only two national indigenous radio programs in Australia.

Welcome to SBS Radio's Aboriginal Program. Broadcasting in English, we cover national news, current affairs and sport.We also bring our listeners news from other indigenous communities around the world in an effort to promote understanding and appreciation of Aboriginal culture. SBS Radio's Aboriginal Program is one of only two national indigenous radio programs in Australia.
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Sydney, NSW

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Welcome to SBS Radio's Aboriginal Program. Broadcasting in English, we cover national news, current affairs and sport.We also bring our listeners news from other indigenous communities around the world in an effort to promote understanding and appreciation of Aboriginal culture. SBS Radio's Aboriginal Program is one of only two national indigenous radio programs in Australia.

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Multilingual

Contact:

SBS Radio Sydney Locked Bag 028 Crows Nest NSW 1585 Australia (02) 9430 2828


Episodes

Tireless advocacy by the Day family leads to decriminalisation of public drunkenness

8/23/2019
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Nerita Waite, CEO of the Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service (VALS) and CO-Chair of National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services (NATSILS), welcomes the announcement of the Attorney-General to decriminalise public drunkenness and replace it with a health-based response

Duration:00:05:14

NT will build new Don Dale juvenile facility next to an adult jail

8/19/2019
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It’s been revealed the NT government has decided to build a replacement of the Don Dale youth detention facility next to an adult prison.

Duration:00:07:37

Call to reduce the incidence of type 2 diabetes for high-risk mothers

8/19/2019
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A research team is appealing for better support mechanisms to help women who’ve been diagnosed with gestational diabetes return to or maintain a healthy weight after giving birth.

Duration:00:10:28

Aussies sacrificing quality time with loved ones as the nation works harder than ever

8/15/2019
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New research reveals that over half of Australians sacrifice family time as lives get busier and working hours lengthen, with three-quarters feeling that women are making the greatest sacrifice.

Duration:00:06:03

“Karla Grant presents” - a new series on NITV

8/15/2019
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Conversation with Karla Grant about her upcoming new TV programs on NITV. One of these programs will debut on Monday 19 of August at 8.30 pm. This 4 parts series will explore the four elements through an Indigenous lens.

Duration:00:09:48

A helping hand for the Indigenous business sector

8/13/2019
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Some of Australia's biggest corporations are pushing to help the indigenous business sector grow and thrive. Under a new program they've pledged billions of dollars on contracts with Indigenous suppliers.

Duration:00:03:01

Retire the Aboriginal flag, usher in flags for every nation and one for the entire People

8/11/2019
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“It would be appropriate to ask all Aboriginal Land Councils to run a competition and ask whether they’d be able to have a flag that represents their own nation and, we could have another flag that represents all First Nations people united. “- Renée Tighe.

Duration:00:18:50

A yarn with Liz Yeo about tackling homelessness in Inner West Sydney

8/11/2019
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“A lot of our work is to get people from homelessness or rough sleeping into stable safe and secure accommodation.” – Liz Yeo CEO Newtown Neighbourhood Center (NNC).

Duration:00:11:33

Australia is in a recycling crisis. Here's how you can reduce your footprint

8/8/2019
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Kerbside recycling from dozens of Victorian councils is set to go straight to landfill, after a major recycling company announced it would stop accepting materials.

Duration:00:04:18

South Eastern Australia warned to brace for cold weather

8/8/2019
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South eastern Australia is being warned to prepare for the year's coldest weather so far. Freezing conditions, blizzards and damaging winds are forecast.

Duration:00:03:07

It's taking longer to get to work to earn less

8/8/2019
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The latest Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia Survey has found it's taking us longer to get to work. The report also shows that once we're there, we're not actually earning any more money than in previous years.

Duration:00:03:50

Indigenous incarceration, women and children’s rights must be addressed immediately

8/8/2019
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On World Indigenous Peoples Day Dr Hannah McGlade, Senior Indigenous Research Fellow at Curtin University, said it is urgent to close the gap in Indigenous incarceration and stop all forms of violations of Indigenous peoples’ rights; especially women and children’s rights.

Duration:00:10:34

International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples celebrates languages

8/8/2019
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A celebration of languages spoken by Indigenous communities is the focus of this year’s International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples, held on Friday, August 9.

Duration:00:07:08

Cassie Leatham shares her passion for Culture and Country (part 1)

8/6/2019
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Conversation with Cassie Leatham from the Taungurung / Wurundjeri people from the Kulin Nation. An artist, master weaver, bushtucka woman and educator. She is one of only two Victorian finalists of the prestigious 2019 NATSIAA awards.

Duration:00:08:59

Celebrating our Black Queens

8/5/2019
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Conversation with Philly following the release of his latest single, Brown Skin, featuring Waari.

Duration:00:08:25

Indigenous Superannuation Summit seeks better outcomes for First Nations People

8/5/2019
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“One of the sessions is about how we can improve Indigenous inclusion in the superannuation industry through employment or through member experience." - EVA Scheerlinck

Duration:00:07:05

Cassie Leatham shares her passion for Culture and Country (part 4)

8/1/2019
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Conversation with Cassie Leatham from the Taungurung / Wurundjeri people from the Kulin Nation. An artist, master weaver, bushtucka woman and educator. She is one of only two Victorian finalists of the prestigious 2019 NATSIAA awards.

Duration:00:08:19

Cassie Leatham shares her passion for Culture and Country (part 3)

8/1/2019
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Conversation with Cassie Leatham from the Taungurung / Wurundjeri people from the Kulin Nation. An artist, master weaver, bushtucka woman and educator. She is one of only two Victorian finalists of the prestigious 2019 NATSIAA awards.

Duration:00:10:15

Cassie Leatham shares her passion for Culture and Country (part 2)

8/1/2019
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Conversation with Cassie Leatham from the Taungurung / Wurundjeri people from the Kulin Nation. An artist, master weaver, bushtucka woman and educator. She is one of only two Victorian finalists of the prestigious 2019 NATSIAA awards.

Duration:00:07:09

Experts urge a rethink on screening for lung cancer

8/1/2019
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Screening for lung cancer has long been seen as too expensive and sometimes too unreliable. But with the disease now recognised as the deadliest type of cancer in Australia, experts are urging a lifesaving rethink on how to detect it early.

Duration:00:02:38