SBS News In Depth

Interviews and feature reports from SBS News.

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New academy steps in to ensure First Nations Australians aren't left out of tech revolution


Rhian Miller had always known tech was the way of the future - but as an Indigenous Australian woman, it was difficult to see how she could be part of it.


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International students welcomed back to New South Wales


250 university students from 15 countries, including Indonesia, Singapore, Vietnam, South Korea, China and Canada, touched down to resume their studies.


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Fiji strives to lead the way on child immunisations against COVID


Fiji has one of the world's highest vaccination rates, and that’s largely due to people’s willingness to roll up their sleeves.


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SBS On the Money: Market Insight: James Whelan, VFS Group


SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with James Whelan of VFS Group about market's current volatility.


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Senior Liberals urge Gladys Berejiklian to enter federal politics


Mr Morrison again dismissed the Independent Commission Against Corruption's probe


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Violence at French presidential rally


Eric Zemmour's anti-immigrant and anti-islam views have gained both condemnation and support in France.


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Travel bans smash South Africa's tourism industry


Anti-government protests in Belgium turn violent, and Jordanian health officials are sentenced to prison over the deaths of COVID-19 patients.


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Fijian workers turn away from insecurity of tourism


Around 140,000 tourism employees in Fiji lost their job after the border slammed shut in March 2020 due to fears over the spread of COVID-19.


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Labor pledges university and TAFE funding to address skills shortages


The unofficial campaign for next year's election is gaining momentum for both major political parties. Labor is putting the spotlight on education policy, while Prime Minister Scott Morrison visited various communities, including flood-affected New South Wales regions and a motorsport event.


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TGA provisionally approves vaccine for children 5-11


Authorities are also considering an application from Moderna to vaccinate children 6-11.


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