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Sydney, NSW

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Determination and hard work: Keys to success

9/23/2017
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After graduation with a degree in communications, nothing stopped Diana khezeqia from fulfilling her dream of working in television. She volunteered, took small administration jobs, wrote small article in local news papers until finally doors opened to her and started working as production manager in television. An indigenous Assyrian working in an indigenous Australian TV program at SBS. This is her story ()

Duration: 00:14:26


Depression and natural food dietary

9/23/2017
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What causes depression ? Can it be cured by choosing the right dietary? What type of food can have effects on depression? these questions are answered in this interview with natural food dietary avid, Janet Keena. ()

Duration: 00:12:41


when Family break apart

9/19/2017
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What happens when differences within a family lead to a breakdown of relationships? While social researchers say that estrangement is common, few talk about it. A number of things like divorce, poor health, drug and alcohol abuse place strain on the relationship, according to social worker Dr Kylie Agllias. ()

Duration: 00:08:24


Home returning after three years of forcible displacement

9/19/2017
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Profound poet Shaker Sefoo says he left his memories with the images of his grandchildren hanged on the walls of his house in Bakhdida, which he had been forced out of. He added, despite the displacement, Intellectuals, writers and poets never stopped their work. ()

Duration: 00:15:16


Proposed citizenship test unnerving some migrants

9/19/2017
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The Federal Government's proposed crackdown on citizenship laws may still be in question, but, in the meantime, so is the future of Australia's permanent residents. From plans for a tougher language test to longer waiting times before they can apply for citizenship, many permanent residents say they are left in a state of uncertainty. ()

Duration: 00:06:18


Mar Aphram Arts Festival in Melbourne

9/19/2017
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Mr Samir Saffar, member of the festival Information Committee said that the festival is an opportunity for anyone who has a talent in arts and interest in culture to participate and display their work. While a member of the Cultural Committee in Our lady Guardian of plants Chaldean Catholic Parish (the festival organizer) Mr. Nazar Kaisar Warda said that we are working as one to show who we are and how to contribute in serving our country Australia. ()

Duration: 00:12:13


MILESTONES IN MY LIFE: A book by Warda Albilaty

9/16/2017
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Mr Warda Albilaty from Denmark is in Sydney to sign the second edition of his book (Milestones In My Life) about his political life as a member of Iraqi Communist Party and as an Assyrian. The signing ceremony will be held on Sunday 17th September at Nineveh Community hall and will start at 6 PM. Mr Albilaty has written many articles and political analysis in various newspapers and online publications. ()

Duration: 00:21:31


Free access to interpreter services

9/16/2017
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Qualified translators and interpreters can be a big help when youre new to Australia. They can do a range of things from translating official documents to accompany you to a doctor appointment to make sure you understand what's going on, in your language. You might already have paid for their services, but did you know they can be available for free? ()

Duration: 00:07:21


Assyria Cup 2017 in Sydney

9/16/2017
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Assyria Cup 2017 will be held at the grounds of Nineveh club from 29 September and for 4 days. Twelve teams representing Assyrian clubs from Sydney and Melbourne will be competing in this tournament. Councillor Charbel Saliba is the business manager of Assyrian Cultural Club which is hosting this year's competition. He told SBS " this athletic occasion creates an atmosphere of unity and joy among members of the community". ()

Duration: 00:13:15


Settlement Guide: Everything you need to know about doing your taxes in Australia

9/12/2017
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If you have a job in Australia and you earned more than $18200 during the past financial year, then its Tax time, what means time to check if the correct amount of tax has been paid and if any deductions can be claimed. ()

Duration: 00:09:11


Our nation and the Yazidis are the original peoples of Iraq also

9/12/2017
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Civilian activist louis Climis from Iraq says that every nation has the right to self-determination, But it must not pressure on other components of the society like Assyrian and Yazidis, which have the right to live freely as the original people of Iraq. ()

Duration: 00:12:35


Assyrian Fairfield bulls club honored the players aged 6 to 16 years

9/12/2017
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Ashoor Nona is the manager of Assyrian Fairfield Bulls Club. He talks about the importance of organising social events to bring the community together. ()

Duration: 00:05:59


The first Arba'ello Conference

9/12/2017
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Studies on Assyrian dialects were presented in three languages Assyrian, English and Arabic. Writer and Journalist Namrood Qasha says, The First Arbaello International Conference and workshop on Syriac and Sureth language studies in Erbil, focused more on the dialects in different villages of our people in Iraq. Dr Salam Hakeem informed SBS the conference recommends to be organized every two years. ()

Duration: 00:06:13


Latest from Assyrian Resource Centre

9/9/2017
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Carmen Lazar talks about the latest project and courses run by the Assyrian Resource Centre to encourage new arrivals to blend in the Australian society and learn skills to enter the work force. She also talks about the Pilot program and about the Barnabas Fund. ()

Duration: 00:10:35


Roosh: A platform by young Assyrians to unite the youth

9/9/2017
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Roosh is an independent youth group that was established in march 2016. The group's main goal is to share awareness and encourage the Assyrian people to have a wider vision for what's happening. Tighlat Rommel is member of the founding committee. He told SBS "We try different platforms including social media to reach to our people especially the youth". More details about ROOSH in this interview. ()

Duration: 00:15:19


The Latest from Assyrian Resource Centre

9/9/2017
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Carmen Lazar from ARC talks about the latest projects carried out by the centre including, citizenship induction courses, English For Life, the Barnabas Fund and The Pilot Program. ()

Duration: 00:11:34


Rally aboutt the referendum in Kurdistan region

9/9/2017
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Assyrian Voice in Diaspora organised a rally at Fairfield-Sydney against the inclusion of the Nineveh Plains in the coming Kurdistan region referendum and the dismissal of the Mayor of Alkosh. Colleague Adel Dano was there and filed this report. ()

Duration: 00:09:56


Why Does Obesity Cause Diabetes?

9/9/2017
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Being overweight or obese increases the chances of developing type 2 diabetes. In this disease, the body makes enough insulin but the cells in the body have become resistant to the salutary action of insulin. Dr Albert Yousif talks about life style, eating habits and obesity and how they affect our health. ()

Duration: 00:14:21


Role of Social Media in implementing love of languages

9/5/2017
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Mechanical Engineering Professor Samir Khoshaba from (Linnaeus University), emphasizes on the importance of using social media in implementing the love of language in childrens mind. ()

Duration: 00:13:50


What’s the real reason behind our widening waistlines?

9/5/2017
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Obesity is on the rise in Australia. The reasons behind this growth are lifestyle-related, environmental, genetic or a combination of the three. Specialists suggest quality diet and exercise can help overcome obesity. ()

Duration: 00:05:20

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