SBS News In Depth

Interviews and feature reports from SBS News.

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SBS On the Money: British Pounds falls to record low agaist US Dollar


The British Pound has hit a record low against the US Dollar. SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with University of Technology Sydney Economist Tim Harcourt to find out why and what it means for Australian travellers to the UK. Plus the day on the markets with Julia Lee from State Street SPDR Exchange Traded Funds.


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Parliament's return tackles cost of living, integrity, fuel and cyber security


Federal Independent Commission Against Corruption legislation to be introduced in Parliament this week. And as the expiry date of the fuel excise looms and puts further pressures on Australian household budgets, all eyes are on Treasurer Jim Chalmers’ upcoming federal budget next month.


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Uluru Statement leaders launch advertisement asking Australians to give them a voice


The first advertisement campaign encouraging a yes vote for an Indigenous Voice to Parliament has been released, amid growing momentum for a referendum next year.


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Seoul subway murder highlights weak laws


The first advertisement campaign encouraging a yes vote for an Indigenous Voice to Parliament has been released [[Monday 26 Sept]], amid growing momentum for a referendum next year.


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Amini case triggers violent unrest across the world


Violent unrest triggered by the death of a young woman in police custody has continued in Iran. The protests show no signs of abating - and supporters across the world are also now joining in.


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Italy set for its first female Prime Minister


Italy is on track for first female prime minister as exit polls suggest a far-right win. If Giorgia Meloni is successful, she will lead Italy's most far-right government since the fall of dictator Benito Mussolini during World War Two.


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Experts are warning Australians who suffer from asthma to prepare for a thunderstorm allergy season


Asthma sufferers are being warned that Australia will soon be hit with a peak allergy season. The ongoing La Nina weather event puts allergy sufferers at higher risk, especially between the start of October to the end of December, according to experts.


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Russia's Foreign Minister has defended his country's war in Ukraine


As Russia mobilises hundreds of thousands of conscripts to bolster its war-effort in Ukraine, those in Luhansk, Donetsk, Kherson and Zaporizhzhia are voting on referendums to become part of Russia.


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Anger follows abuse revelations in ultra-orthodox Jewish community


Israel’s ultra-Orthodox Jews are struggling to come to terms with recent high-profile sex abuse cases. What’s added to the shock is how some rabbis in this insular, devout community have criticised victims for speaking out. That’s sparked anger and led to an unprecedented wave of activism in the ultra-Orthodox or Haredi world.


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Olympian Cate Campbell reveals brush with Australia's national cancer


The four-time gold medal-winner Olympic gold medallist has joined other survivors and experts to try and change views on sun safety, particularly among young people.


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