SBS News In Depth

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.

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Protesters in Georgia vow to continue fight for their future after divisive bill vetoed


Georgia’s president has vetoed a controversial bill in the former Soviet republic that has sparked a wave of protests unprecedented in the nation's recent history.


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INTERVIEW: Federal budget measures for First Nations communities welcomed


The national group for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children has received dedicated funding for the first time in a federal budget, in a move welcomed by its CEO, Catherine Liddle.


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'It was all just abuse': How pornography fuels violence


Australia is in the midst of a reckoning, with nationwide calls to address gendered violence. Banning the creation and distribution of non-consensual deep fake pornography is one of a suite of measures announced by the federal government to tackle the issue. Experts say it's one piece of a broader jigsaw puzzle required to drive systemic change.


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Pro-Palestinian protesters storm Labor state conference


Pro-Palestinian protesters have stormed Labor's Victorian state conference in Melbourne. The event gate-crashed ahead of a speech from the Prime Minister to supporters and debate over motions relating to the Gaza conflict.


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Vatican releases new rules on supernatural claims in crackdown on scams and hoaxes


The Vatican has issued new guidelines on the recognition of supernatural events, stating they may be fraudulent and exploited for financial gain or the creation of personal cults.


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John barely survived a natural disaster. Now, he is among dozens making a fresh start


Social enterprises play a vital role hiring people from disadvantaged backgrounds and the federal government has acknowledged that, with a $22 million boost in the May budget. Here’s how one venture is changing lives.


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Migrants, refugees with disabilities disappointed with federal budget


The national group for migrants and refugees with disability says the federal budget has raised concerns about the impact of potential cuts to the NDIS. The acting CEO of the National Ethnic Disability Alliance, Neha Prakash, told Biwa Kwan she was hoping to see more in the budget on the inclusion of migrants and refugees with disabilities


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Funding brings a new start for LGBTIQ+ newcomers


Achieving a sense of belonging is one of many barriers faced by refugees and asylum seekers coming to Australia, and advocates say that's even more so when they identify as LGBTIQ+. New funding in Victoria is aiming to give those vulnerable people a chance at a new start.


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Three A-League players charged over alleged betting corruption scandal


Police have charged three A-League players over an alleged betting corruption scandal orchestrated by an overseas criminal figure. The development has prompted calls for sporting codes to end their close relationship with gambling.


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SBS On the Money: Why the cost of building a new home may rise around $25,000


New home sales surged 22 per cent in April but that's as buyers look to beat increased government regulations. SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves takes a look at housing policy from both sides of government with Tom Devitt from the HIA, plus the day's market action with Marcus Bogdan from Blackmore Capital


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