Independent news and stories connecting you to life in Australia and Rohingya-speaking Australians. - Hobor ókkol ar Kissa ókkol Australia ár zindigi lói ar Australia ár Rohingya hotá hodé manúic loí taálukat gorí don.
How to run your micro-business online - Onlain micro-business kenggóri goriba
During the COVID-19 pandemic many Australian micro-businesses were forced to implement new digital strategies in order to survive.
- COVID-19 ór thaím ót Australia micro-business ókkol óttu onlain sola foíjjé soli zaíbolla.
South Australia's coronavirus cluster grows - South Australia's coronavirus cluster barér
South Australia has recorded two new coronavirus cases linked to the Parafield cluster, while Queensland is set to reopen its border with Victoria next week.
- South Australia át diyan noya kes rekodh gora giyé coronavirus ór ziba Parafield cluster loí talukat asé.
SA emerges from lockdown early after authorities misled by worker - SA lockdown óttu soré hotom gorer,ham wala misa hoíyede dora haíyé lotí
South Australia is to lift its restrictions put in place to contain a COVID-19 outbreak sooner than planned.
- South Australia ye pawandi ókkol asan gori diye,zin pawandi lagaíl COVID-19 sorai zaírgo de iín kabu rakibolla.
Settlement Guide: Flexible work arrangements - Settlement Guide: Cúída mutabek ham ór thaím ór entazam
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced businesses to reassess, reconfigure and reinvent the way we work. With flexible work arrangements expected to become the norm, employers will be playing a more active role in managing employees’ engagement and wellbeing.
- COVID-19 ólla boli hasharbar solade itarattu noya torika entazam gore foíjja ham solat taíbolla.Jinis yan ám/normal ozaíbo góde yan umeet gorazar.
As Rohingyan Indigenous people of Arakan we have similar history of other Indigenous nation - Añara Rohingya Arakan ór Indigenous añarattu ekkúi dilla tarik asé oínno Indigenous kaum loí
NAIDOC WEEK is the week when celebrations are held across Australia each year to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander.
- NAIDOC WEEK hode iba ki yan zanibolla fúni so SBS Rohingya
VIVA: Healthy habits of people who don’t get sick - VIVA: Amal ókkol sehot mon manúic ór
How have some people remained healthy and energetic amid the pandemic, while others have become ill or demotivated? The secret, according to those who rarely get sick, lies in the mindset and habits that contribute to your overall wellbeing.
- Kenggóri kiccu manúic aram sehot taí faíjja iíndilla biyaram ór thaím ót?Inór raaz ki ?Zitarattu biyaram no?Raaz oíldeki mon,dil demaki sehat takon ót...iiñ sehat taíla fura jisim bala táké.