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SBS World News: Australian news service
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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Watch: House of Representatives live

Watch here on SBS News for breaking national and international news.
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SBS World News bulletin: 21/02/20

SBS News wraps-up all the national and international news.
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What languages will Australians speak in the future?

International Mother Language Day is marked on 21 February, and with a fivefold increase in Mandarin speakers and an ageing generation of European migrants, SBS News explores where Australia is..
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SBS World News: Live stream

Watch here for a full wrap of national and international news on SBS World News every night at 6.30 pm (AEDT).
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Twelve years since the National Apology, Australia's 'journey of healing' has a long way to go

SBS News looks back at Kevin Rudd's apology speech and what it has meant for Indigenous Australians.
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Watch: Coronavirus update

Watch here on SBS News for breaking national and international news.
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His home and school were destroyed by bushfires, but Jake is proving resilient

Children from Clifton Creek Primary in rural Victoria have begun the new year in temporary facilities after fires devastated the region. Here, ten-year-old Jake Brunswick and his family tell SBS News..
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Catch up: SBS World News (7 January 2020)

Did you miss last night's SBS World News bulletin? You can catch up on all the major national and international news stories of the day right here.
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Anger and fear among Christmas Islanders as Wuhan evacuees arrive

SBS News talked to Christmas Islanders about how part of their island is being used as a coronavirus quarantine zone.
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Watch: The Prime Minister and NSW Premier are speaking about a new energy deal

Watch here on SBS News for breaking national and international news.
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As Australia's parliament returns, meet the youngest MPs doing things differently

Born between 1981 and 1996, 10 senators and 13 members of parliament are the faces of generational change in Australian politics. Here, SBS News meets some of them and discovers their reasons for..
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How these Indigenous Australians want you to view 26 January

As debate rages over how the date should be marked, if at all, SBS News speaks to three Indigenous Australians who have each already contributed to it being re-imagined.
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Why 26 January is the most controversial date on the Australian calendar

For some, it's a day of celebration, for others it's about sorrow and mourning. SBS News looks at how Australia got to this point in the debate and where things could go next.
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The summer school giving Indigenous teens an introduction to university life

A project at the Australian National University is giving high school students from across the country the opportunity to spend a week on campus. SBS News went to meet some of those taking part.
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Amid the ruins of the NSW bushfires, this pharmacist is keeping his doors open

Sitting in the darkness of his shop, Raj Gupta told SBS News how "New Year's Eve was nothing short of tragic".
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Watch: NSW RFS update on bushfires

For a full wrap and analysis of national and international news, tune into SBS World News every night at 6.30pm (AEST).
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The treasured possessions of Holocaust survivors are being shared with the world

Photographs of objects belonging to or left behind by concentration camp survivors are on display at a museum in Sydney and around the world. Here, Holocaust survivor Olga Horak tells SBS News why it's..
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The art project for Indigenous prisoners that has reduced rates of reoffending

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in Victoria's prison system are being supported to create and sell their work in an effort to provide an avenue to change. Here, SBS News meets participants in..
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