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SBS World News is the news service of the Special Broadcasting Service in Australia. Its flagship nightly bulletin is broadcast at 6.30pm on SBS with additional weeknight 'late' bulletins from 10.30pm on SBS.
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Australia is crying out for more care workers but coronavirus is causing visa delaysAged and disability service providers have told SBS News they hope the federal government will include the proposed care roles into the Skilled Migration Occupation List to help boost their staffing..
International Student Carolina is one of thousands to have her wages stolen in AustraliaA study has found wage theft is "veering into modern slavery" when it comes to Australia's international students. As part of a series of reports, SBS News speaks to one student who is being underpaid.
Her course went online, so international student Johanna asked for a fee reductionIn the third of a series of reports on international students in Australia, SBS News speaks to those who lost their jobs due to COVID-19 but are still having to pay full-price tuition fees.
International student Andres tried to access his super but realised it had never been paidIn the first of a series of reports about the impact of COVID-19 and the recession on Australia’s international students, SBS News hears from students who have not been able to access their..
Prominent Australian dementia support advocate Edie Mayhew dies aged 69Victorian woman Edie Mayhew lived with dementia for 10 years and featured in SBS News’s My Australia series.
Watch: SBS World News liveComing up on SBS World News, Qantas axes 6-thousand jobs, America's biggest daily jump in coronavirus cases in 2 months and Prince William takes every precaution as he meets scientists working on a..
This Hong Kong student protester fled to Australia. Now he's seeking asylumEXCLUSIVE: Facing rioting charges and 10 years in prison, a frontline protester in last year’s pro-democracy demonstrations has spoken to SBS News about his desperate claim for asylum in Australia.
As US protests rage, African-Americans urge Australia to also confront racismAs mass protests continue across the US after the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police, SBS News talks to African-Americans living in Australia about racism in the US and their new..
As newsrooms disappear and shrink across Australia, these 'invisible' multicultural newspapers are going strongDozens of multicultural newspapers operate around the country, keeping Australia's migrant communities informed and entertained. SBS News looks at how these mastheads have fared over recent years and..
Canterbury Bankstown Torch newspaper to continue print editionCorrection: A story produced by SBS News incorrectly stated the Canterbury Bankstown Torch newspaper would cease print production.
The woman fighting to see the Aboriginal flag fly permanently on the Sydney Harbour BridgeAhead of Reconciliation Week, Cheree Toka tells SBS News about where her long-fought battle to see the Aboriginal flag flying year-round is up to and what motivates her to keep going.
Faces of the frontline: How these vulnerable workers survived coronavirus in AustraliaFrom supermarket staff to nurses, those on the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic have continued to show up for work to help Australia recover, while migrants on temporary visas have been hit hard by..
As Australia reaches 100 coronavirus deaths, a physician who cared for the country's first fatality looks backAustralia has now hit the grim milestone of 100 coronavirus-related deaths. Here, SBS News speaks with a respiratory physician who treated the first severe case in Australia about the experience and..
Volunteer English teachers are helping Australia's refugees overcome social isolationThe coronavirus pandemic has added to the isolation of many new migrants and refugees who don't speak English as a first language, but volunteers are stepping in to help. SBS News meets some of them as..