Hear the story behind the headlines. In under ten minutes each episode, we’ll help you make sense of the news stories that matter to you from Australia and the world, with reports and interviews from the SBS News team.
With final exams just weeks away, concerns are being raised about the impact stress is having on high school students across Australia. New research reveals stress is impacting the sleep and wellbeing of year 12 students, and the issue appears to be getting worse.
As Australia prepares to transition to renewable energy, some residents are banding together to create their own energy infrastructure. The community of Bannister is hoping these projects can educate others about renewable energy.
More than 400,000 people are living with dementia in Australia and it remains the second highest cause of death. Even so, a diagnosis doesn’t have to mean the end of a healthy social life. Dementia cafes are springing up across the country, offering a safe space for people to meet and share experiences.
In less than a month, voters will deliver their verdict on an Indigenous Voice to Parliament. To succeed, the referendum needs what's called a double majority. That's a majority of the population and a majority of the states voting Yes. Here's a look at what happens next, once we know if the vote has succeeded or failed.
Australians have been encouraged to spread awareness about deaf communities and recognise their achievements, following the National Week of Deaf People. In Western Australia, Aboriginal ranger turned firefighter James Tucker has discovered an innovative way of working - despite his disability.
Global efforts to mitigate climate change are coming into focus ahead of the United Nations Climate Change Conference - or COP28 - in November. Many countries have shifted their targets since the Paris Agreement, which aims to avoid catastrophic temperature rises by limiting global warming to well below 2 degrees. So where does Australia stand on its net zero targets in comparison to the rest of the world?
A prominent Indigenous leader says it would be amazing if the Indigenous Voice to Parliament referendum is successful. Gunditjmara woman Aunty Jill Gallagher is the CEO of the Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation. She told NITV Radio's Bertrand Tungandame why a Yes vote is crucial.
The Australian sharemarket had its worst week of the year so SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with Marcus Bogdan from Blackmore Capital to find out more & UBS Analyst Evan Karatzas explains why food prices will remain high.