Listen to interviews, features and community stories from the SBS Radio Assyrian program, including news from Australia and around the world.
A free, independent and diverse press is a fundamental pillar of democracy. Australia has two taxpayer-funded networks that serve the public interest (ABC and SBS), plus a variety of commercial and community media outlets. Although publicly funded media receives money the government, it is unlike the state-sponsored outlets found overseas.
Assyrian National Council of Australia David David talks about the latest preparations to the first Assyrian cultural festival to be held on Sunday 29/10/2022. Awards will be presented to many Assyrian artists and writers in this festival and will be attended by many federal ministers and guests.
The Melbourne Cup is Australia's most famous horse race. While it has historically attracted huge crowds, it also raises questions over the ethics and practices of the racing industry, its treatment of animals and its influence on problem gambling.
As Labor puts the final touches on its first budget in almost a decade, Federal Treasurer Jim Chalmers is issuing a new economic forecast. Domestic growth is expected to fall in the next financial year as a result of high inflation and rising interest rates.
Highlight from the special NSW Parliament's hosting the Assyrians to celebrate the Assyrian culture organised by the NSW Parliamentary Friends of Assyria. You can listen to highlights of the speeches delivered by the state opposition, the minister for multiculturalism, the shadow minister for multiculturalism and many other guests.
Online shopping offers consumers a range of benefits such as convenience and savings, but it also carries a set of risks. While many legitimate online retailers collect personal data, scammers are also taking advantage of the surge of e-commerce to target and defraud vulnerable Australians.
SBS Assyrian spoke with Mr Hermiz Shahen, President of the Assyrian National council-Australia, who shared his opinion on the Australian government's decision to reverse the recognition of West Jerusalem as the capital city of Israel.
Members of the Assyrian community welcomed two federal ministers at the Assyrian Resource Centre (ARC) in Fairfield on August 28, 2022. This invitation was initiated by the manager of ARC Carmen Lazar and the Assyrian Australian Association.
Sex education is still one of the most challenging topics for parents to discuss with their children. Fortunately, sexual health is widely taught in Australian schools, and parents can access many resources to help them overcome feelings of shame or awkwardness. Here are some experts' top tips to help parents have these chats.
More than 120 refugee families who fled the ISIS attacks on Assyrian villages in northern Iraq and have been sheltered in a complex in Baghdad have been ordered to evacuate the premises to develop a commercial building
Pathways to Employment Expo is an annual expo that brings many companies and organisations under one roof to give the opportunity to job seekers to find jobs that suit their needs and qualifications. Carmen LAzar from Assyrian Resource Centre gives more details about this expo.
Endometriosis can have severe impacts on a person's health and wellbeing, with a wide variety of symptoms. So what is actually happening in the body when someone has endometriosis? In this first episode of a three-part series, medical experts explain what endometriosis is, its symptoms and their consequences.
The manager of the Assyrian Resource Center, Carmen lazar spoke to SBS Assyrian to explain the skilled migrant's visa and how to apply for it. Mrs Lazar also is a counsellor at Fairfield Council and updates us with the latest projects and events of the council.
On behalf of the Assyrian National Council – Australia, the NSW Parliamentary Friends of Assyria are hosting a special night to celebrate the Assyrian culture on Wednesday, 19th October 2022 in the Jubilee Room. The Parliament of NSW. The President of ANCA Mr Hermiz Shahen talked about the details of this event.
SBS Assyrian reporter Naseem Sadiq interviewed Mr Evan Jani Gorbeel, Head of Diana Assyrian Cultural Centre, who talked about challenges and struggles faced by Assyrian language and Assyrian media at the current time. Mr Gorbeel has a Master Degree in Ethical Geography which he accomplished at University of Salahaddin,
Alcohol is an intrinsic part of Australian culture and plays a central role in many people's social lives. People with alcohol use disorders drink to excess, endangering both themselves and possibly others. Here's how to tell if a loved one has an alcohol dependence and how to help them.