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'Curious Minds' tempts schoolgirls into STEM careers, SBS News Radio

School girls have travelled from all over the country to Sydney, to spend a week focusing on STEM subjects and meet women who are pioneers in the science industry. 23 more words


Australia won't follow US in move to Jerusalem, SBS News Radio

Australia’s embassy in Israel will remain in Tel Aviv despite the United States administration’s decision to officially recognise Jerusalem as the capital.


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Report alleges employers ripping off international students, SBS News Radio

The Wage Theft in Australia report alleges that a quarter of international students are paid about half the legal minimum wage. The National Tertiary Education Union is calling for the federal government to take urgent action. 30 more words


Conference examines barriers to social cohesion in Australia, SBS News Radio

How cohesive is Australian society? That’s the question a series of high profile academics, politicians and experts are discussing over three days at a major conference. 21 more words


Earthquake on Iran Iraq border kills hundreds, SBS News Radio

At least 450 people are dead and more than 7-thousand homeless in Iran and Iraq after the region was hit by a 7.3 magnitude earthquake. 19 more words


ASEAN gets underway in Manila, SBS News Radio

The biannual Association of the Southeast Asian Nations summit is underway in the capital of the Philippines, looking at the economic, security and cultural development of the region, with North Korea and the South China Sea dispute expected to be main discussion points at this year’s talks. 22 more words


Climbing banned on Uluru from 2019, SBS News Radio

Tourism bodies are among those that have welcomed the decision to ban climbing on Uluru. The ban comes into effect in October, 2019.


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