Interest rates raised again
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4h ago
The Reserve Bank of Australia has raised interest rates once again, leaving mortgage holders concerned about rising repayments. The latest in a series of hikes from the central bank aimed at combatting inflation has left the cash rate at 3.35 per cent - its highest level since 2012 ..read more
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Cashless poker machines could help problem gamblers and foil organised crime
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11h ago
The New South Wales government plan for all poker machines to be cashless has had strong backing from police and some support from Opposition Labor leader Chris Minns. Ahead of next month's state election, Premier Dominic Perrottet's called for the plan not to be politicised ..read more
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New Zealand's PM sees Australian Parliament at full throttle
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14h ago
It's been another busy day in Canberra, as federal parliament's first sitting week of 2023 continues. Whilst the Indigenous Voice to Parliament proposal still dominates discussion, the government is finding other avenues of attack against its opponents - all durig a visit by New Zealand's new Prime Minister, Chris Hipkins ..read more
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Quake shocks Turkish and Syrian diaspora in Australia - this is how you can help
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15h ago
Members of Australia's Turkish and Syrian communities are reeling after two big earthquakes hit their homelands, killing thousands. Aid agencies are swinging into action and asking for help ..read more
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Death toll still increasing following quakes in Turkey and Syria
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17h ago
With more than 3,500 people killed and thousands more injured and homeless, survivors are scrambling to find trapped loved ones following two devastating earthquakes in southern Turkey and northern Syria ..read more
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In the Club: A tale of two futures
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by SBS
1d ago
Welcome to In the Club, a closer look at some of Australia's unique migrant clubs. A mainstay of the Australian community, venues like the Concordia Club, the Cyprus Club and the Polish Club have been supporting new communities for over a century. But with many of these migrant communities now well established, many clubs are struggling to survive. This episode visits two clubs with similar roots, now going in very different directions ..read more
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Senator Lidia Thorpe leaves the Greens over the Voice to Parliament
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by SBS
1d ago
A prominent Greens Senator has quit the party, in a dramatic exodus to pursue black sovereignty. Indigenous politician Lidia Thorpe has been at loggerheads with her colleagues over the Voice to Parliament referendum. It comes as the Prime Minister used the first day of federal parliamentary sittings this year to urge unity over the referendum vote ..read more
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Scotland discovers its own gold rush
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by SBS
2d ago
The price of gold is heading towards record highs around the world - always a sign of stability in more traditional investments and savings. Good news too, if you think you've struck gold - as they have at one mine in Scotland ..read more
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Would you pay $200 for a cup of coffee?
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by SBS
2d ago
It's been branded as one of the best coffees in the world, and it has the price tag to go with it. A Melbourne roaster is serving a coffee costing customers 200 dollars a cup. There's enough to make just 25 serves, which is expected to be sold out by the end of the week ..read more
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Cautious response to prisoner pardons in Iran
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2d ago
The announcement of pardons for some anti-government protesters in Iran has been viewed with suspicion and caution by Iranian-Australians and human rights groups ..read more
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