Prepared for SBS World News Australia as a radio feature 20 Aug 2010 There are no official numbers, but it is estimated that 10 million Roma live in Europe and they represent the poorest people group on the continent. There are estimated to be about 25,000 Roma living in Australia. The President of the
In May last year, the European Parliament voted in favour of putting an European Union-wide ban on the use of cyanide mining technology by the end of this year. Three months prior to the European decision, the Australian government released a report containing the findings of eight years of research on the
Characters: JODIE Mansfield: Pretty, skinny, blonde in her late thirties, in a posh, but casual outfit JOSH Mansfield: Handsome, built up man in a doctor’s green surgery outfit, mid thirties MIRIAM Mansfield: The Mansfields’ 4 year old daughter MAX Mansfield: The Mansfields’ 2 year old son ALTHEA Platt: Jodie’s mother. Late sixties.
Blood in the water: The 1956 Olympics in Melbourne World News Australia Radio’s Janos Zoltan and Szilvia Malik Game report. (TRANSCRIPT) On the eve of the London Olympics, some Australians of Hungarian origin have been reflecting on their involvement in Olympic drama in Australia, more than half a century ago.