SBS News In Depth

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Tonga remains in critical need of supplies


The Tongan Red Cross says the psychological impact of the volcanic eruption on locals needs to be addressed as well as supplies.


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Concession card holders now eligible for free RAT tests


More than six million people, including pensions, veterans and low income earners are now allowed up to 10 free tests from pharmacies within a three month period.


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Protests against COVID restrictions surge across EU and US


Many protests come as governments impose more controls in a bid to limit the rapid spread of Omicron and the pressure it's placing on healthcare systems.


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International talks with Taliban begin in Norway


The talks are the first such meetings since the fall of Afghanistan's democratically elected government.


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Ukrainian troops dig in as Russian troops mass


As the world waits to see if Vladimir Putin decides to take military action against Ukraine, Ukrainian soldiers who’ve spent years fighting Russian-backed separatists are preparing for a whole new war.


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AM bulletin 24 January 2022


In this bulletin, Covid-19 testing to play a prominent role in back to school plans; Tensions rise on the Ukranian border as Britain accuses Russia of trying to gain control from inside the Ukrainian government; And in sport, Rafael Nadal is on track for a men's record 21st Grand Slam title, after a 30-point tiebreaker match against Adrian Mannarino.


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Pandemic preparation for school starting


Victoria has announced its back to school plan with a range of COVID-19 health measures to ensure students can safely return to the classroom for 2022.


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New resources to address gambling harm in migrant communities


Counselling and support services say they are responding to the need for more culturally appropriate offerings, particularly as gambling activity increases with end of lockdowns.


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Federal funds for first eating disorder research centre


The federal government has awarded Sydney University a $13 million grant to fund Australia's first national research centre for eating disorders.


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World mourns after the death of US rocker Meatloaf


Entertainers and fans paying are paying their respects to US rock and roll superstar Meat Loaf who has died age 74.


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