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Interviews and feature reports from SBS News.

    Australian researchers join global quest to solve physics mystery

    Australian researchers join global quest to solve physics mystery

    A new underground laboratory in regional Victoria will soon start searching for dark matter, which scientists say is crucial to the understanding of how the universe came to be.

    • 4 min
    Prime Minister takes his plans for an Indigenous Voice to Parliament to the Torres Strait

    Prime Minister takes his plans for an Indigenous Voice to Parliament to the Torres Strait

    Prime Minister Anthony Albanese is on a two-day trip to the Torres Strait, to discuss his plans for an Indigenous Voice to Parliament. He's accompanied by Indigenous Australians Minister Linda Burney and Queensland Senator Nita Green, with a cultural lunch and meetings with Elders on the agenda.

    • 3 min
    Australia records its lowest unemployment rate in decades

    Australia records its lowest unemployment rate in decades

    But the latest data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics is a mixed bag, with hours worked also down, wages failing to grow, and the gender pay gap widening.

    • 6 min
    Talks held to de-escalate tensions between Kosovo and Serbia

    Talks held to de-escalate tensions between Kosovo and Serbia

    Tensions between Serbia and Kosovo have been inflamed after the Kosovar government took measures forbidding the use of Serbian official identification on its territory. The two governments are meeting in Brussels with leaders of the European Union and NATO in a bid to de-escalate the situation.

    • 3 min
    Using air to help solve water shortages around the world

    Using air to help solve water shortages around the world

    Promising new technology that is able to harvest hundreds of litres of water from air could help mitigate droughts around the world.

    • 6 min
    Recognition at last for Indigenous soldiers who served in Vietnam

    Recognition at last for Indigenous soldiers who served in Vietnam

    For the first time, the Australian War Memorial has published a list of the names of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander soldiers who served in Vietnam. So far, the list includes just 250 names, but the War Memorial is calling on the public to help that list grow.

    • 3 min

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79 Ratings

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Misleading headlines

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