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Welcome to the SBS Finnish podcast, featuring homeland news and music.
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last modified
2019-11-19 03:46
last episode published
2019-11-13 08:34
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Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
13.11.2019

Varapääministeri Michael McCormack sanoi hallituksen ilmastopolitiikan arvostelijoita kaupungeissa asuviksi raivohulluiksi - Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack attacks climate activists commenting on bushfires as 'raving inner city lunatics'

Hallituksen ilmastonmuutosta koskevasta toimettomuudesta  huolestuneita eivät ole ainoastaan pääkaupunkiemme keskustoissa asuvat ihmiset. Vihreiden varajohtaja Adam Bandt syttää pääministerin ja varapääministerin suojelevaa suhtautumista hiilentuotanto...
13.11.2019

Valtion tuen puute uhkaa yhteisöissämme vallitsevaa monikielisyyttä - Community languages under threat due to lack of support

Hiljattain laaditussa raportissa varotetaan että siirtolaisperheiden toisen ja kolmannen sukupolven piirissä alkuperäisen kotimaan kielen osaamisen menetys saattaa aiheuttaa taloudellista haittaa sekä vaarantaa kieliyhteisöjen atkuvuuden. raportin kesk...
30.10.2019

Scientists say Australia is facing an extinction crisis, call on PM for stronger laws - Australialla on edessään sukupuuttokriisi luonnonalueiden raivaamisen johdosta

More than 240 scientists have added their names to an open letter to Prime Minister Scott Morrison calling for stronger environment laws. The scientists say Australia is facing an extinction crisis primarily because of habitat destruction and they warn...
30.10.2019

Australian scientists find where the first modern humans were born - and why they left - Australialaiset tutkijat uskovat löytäneensä niiden ihmisten kotimaan josta me kaikki olemme lähtöisin

Scientists have long believed we came from the African region but Australian researchers believe they’ve now determined more accurately where all modern humans originated. A new report pin-points the exact place in an area south of the Zambezi river, e...
23.10.2019

The media react against the Federal government's attack on press freedom - Media vastustaa hallituksen yrityksiä rajoittaa median sananvapautta

Politicians have added their voices to a chorus of Australia's media outlets, united in a massive campaign to warn against growing censorship and attacks on press freedom by the federal government. - Myös poliitikot antavat kannatuksensa Australian med...
23.10.2019

The most iconic natural land form in Australia is now off limits to climbers - Kiipeily Australian tunnetuimmalle luonnolliselle maamerkille on nyt kielletty.

Hundreds of thousands of people flock to the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park every year to take in the grandeur of a world heritage-listed icon. The final climber descended from the monolith on Friday, with the route officially closed to visitors from S...
16.10.2019

Snowy 2.0 likely to become an economic and environmental disaster

The Snowy Hydro 2.0 has been labelled "the worst possible project" for Australia's transition to renewable energy. A report into the federal government's multi-billion dollar scheme outlines huge financial and environmental costs
16.10.2019

Finnish retiremen village and Finncare villas - Finncare eläkeläiskylä ja Finlandia villat

Elina Siltala tells about the retirement village in Thornlands adjacent to the Finncare residential facility. This is a good option for ensuring comfortable and and satisfying retirement living. - Elina Siltala kertoo Brisbanen Thornlandsin Finncare-h...
9.10.2019

People smugglers have changed tactics, from boats to planes

New figures showing 95,000 asylum seekers have arrived in Australia by plane over the past five years has triggered fears of possible exploitation and slavery.   
9.10.2019

The Sydney Sisters Saturday - Sydneyn Siskojen Saturday

Kirsti Crnjac tells about the next Sydney Sisters gathering - Kirsti Crnjac kertoo tulevasta Sydneyn Siskojen tapahtumasta
2.10.2019

Can changing your habits really help save the planet? - Voiko tapojemme muutos todella pelastaa planeettame?

Australians are being challenged to reduce their environmental footprint by cutting out bottled water and single-use plastics.    It comes as parts of Australia experience a recycling crisis, and after Prime Minister Scott Morrison spoke about plastic ...
2.10.2019

The end of an era - The Talking Clock falls silent after 65 years - Vanha tekniikka väistyy - telekommunikaation historiaa ja ehkä pientä nostalgiaakin...

Midnight on September 30th represented an important point in the history of Australian telecommunications, as the talking clock fell silent, sounding its last ever stroke. - Elämme uuden tekniikan aikaa ja Australian telekommunikaation vakiintunut inst...
2.10.2019

Stage fright is an anxiety many share. - Ramppikuume on monelle tuttu pelko

Some love it, some fear it, and some choose to get up in front of people and perform in a cabaret show. - Jotkin meistä rakastavat ramppikuumeen tunnetta, jotkin pelkäävät sitä ja muutamat meistä osallistuvat kabaree-esitykseen yleisön edessä
25.09.2019

Greta Thunberg holds world leaders to account over climate - Greta Thunberg asettaa maailman johtajat vastuseen ilamston muutoksesta

Teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg  has angrily criticised world leaders at the United Nation's climate action summit in New York, and stared down US President Donald Trump as they crossed paths in a surprise encounter. - Teini-ikäinen ilmastoakti...
18.09.2019

Those on the disability pension are struggling to make ends meet - Vammaiseläke eli Disability Support Pension ei riitä toimeentuloon

Disability advocates are calling for urgent reforms to the Disability Support Pension with new research showing eligibility thresholds mean many are left struggling financially on the lesser Newstart payments.  - Vammautuneiden etujärjestöt vaativat ki...
18.09.2019

Melbourne Finns - September session - Melbourne Finns - Syyskuun sessio

Saara Lamberg tells about the informal Melbourne Finns group that meets once a month - Saara Lamberg kertoo vapaamuotoisesta suomalaisten kokoontumisesta Melbournessa
11.09.2019

Latest survey shows that most Australians are worried about climate change

Most Australians believe climate change is a reality and fear the impact on food supply and crop production as a result.  The findings come in the latest Climate of the Nation report which shows Australians are increasingly worried about climate relate...
11.09.2019

VIVA: How to set up meetup groups online? - VIVA: Oletko harkinnut liittymistä Meetup-ryhmään tai ehkä oman ryhmän perustamista?

We’re living in an ever more isolated society with one in four older Australians living alone.If meeting new likeminded people in your community isn’t as easy as how it used to be, how about creating your very own social group where people with shared ...
4.09.2019

The Great Barrier Reef is in trouble - Suuri Valliriutta on erittäin huonossa kunnossa

The future for Australia's World Heritage-listed Great Barrier Reef is now described as "very poor". - Viiden vuoden välein julkaistu , tieteellisiin todisteihin perustuva Valiiriuttaa valvovan viranomaisen raportti on muuttanut arviointinsa riutan tul...
28.08.2019

Russian President Vladimir Putin made a one-day working visit to Finland. - Venäjän presidentti Vladimir Putin kävi päivän vieralulla Suomessa

Timo Uotila's Current Affairs report from Finland 28.8.19 - Timo Uotilan ajankohtaisraportti Suomesta 28.8.19
21.08.2019

Australia's fossil fuel exports have the third-largest impact of any nation in the world

With fossil fuel use the number one concern linked to climate change, a new report is amplifying existing calls for the federal government to adjust Australia's course when it comes to energy sources
14.08.2019

Keskiaikapäivä Vantaalla oli suuri menestys

Timo Uotilan urheilu- ja kulttuuriraportti 14.8.19
17.07.2019

Australia's role in the Apollo 11 moon landing - Australian rooli Apollo 11:sta laskeutuessa kuuhun

On July 21st it's been 50 years since men first walked on the moon.The landing was broadcast around the world, but were it not for a number of Australians, and Australian technology, Neil Armstrong's first steps and words might not have been seen or he...
17.07.2019

Finnish Current Affairs - Ajankohtaista Suomesta 17.7.19

Current affairs from Finland 17 July 2019. - Timo Uotilan toimittama ajankohtaisraportti.
17.07.2019

Viva: Why it pays to plan your end-of-life care - Viva: Miksi tehdä hoitotestamentti?

Planning your end-of-life treatment isn’t a priority for most people.  The reality is that only 15 per cent of Australians have actually documented their health preferences.  Yet, it could be one of the most important decisions we ever make. - Hoitotes...
10.07.2019

Still smoking? You're three times more likely to die from heart attack or stroke - Vieläkö tupakoit? Tupakoimalla kolminkertaistat riskin kuolla sydänkohtaukseen tai halvaukseen

At least 17 Australians die each day from cardiovascular disease directly linked to smoking.  That's the findings of new research from the Australian National University.  It says smokers triple their risk of dying of a heart attack or stroke. - Ainaki...
10.07.2019

Rare tribute for artist Ben Quilty - Harvinainen kunnianosoitus taiteilija Ben Quiltylle

A major solo exhibition for one of Australia’s most renowned and controversial artists has opened in Brisbane in a rare tribute for a living painter.Ben Quilty's work dealing with subjects central to Australian identity has been recognised with some of...
10.07.2019

Getting married again - Uudestaan naimisiin?

It’s a common portrait of modern family life with the last census showing that about a fifth of Australians had been married before.  Whether you feel ready or not to try the knot again, there are complexities that come with age. - Moderniin perhe-eläm...
10.07.2019

What is NAIDOC? - Mikä on NAIDOC?

The longstanding desire of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders to have an enhanced role in decision-making in Australia underpins this year's NAIDOC week, that runs from July 7th to the 14th. Michaela Lauren takes a look at how NAIDOC week started a...
3.07.2019

In conversation with director Paavo Westerberg - Haastateltavana ohjaaja Paavo Westerberg

Director Paavo Westerberg's movie, the Violinist, will be showcased at the 2019 Scandinavian Film Festival. - Ohjaaja Paavo Westerbergin elokuva Viulisti esitetään vuoden 2019 pohjoismaisilla elokuvafestivaaleilla (Scandinavian Film Festival).
3.07.2019

Finnish Current Affairs - Ajankohtaista Suomesta

Timo Uotila's fortnightly current affairs report from Finland. - Timo Uotillan ajankohtaisraportti Suomesta  3.7.19.
3.07.2019

New charter will protect Australians in aged care - Vanhustenhuoltoon luvassa parannuksia

With new standards in the aged care industry coming into effect from today, Australian service providers are being urged to improve the level of care they offer to non-English speaking seniors.Older Australians from migrant backgrounds are recognised a...
3.07.2019

Incoming Governor-General is sworn in - Uusi kenraalikuvernööri vannoi virkavalan

Australia's new Governor General, David Hurley was sworn in at a ceremony in Canberra today.Mr Hurley was formerly the Governor of NSW and a defence force chief. - Australian uusi kenraalikuvernööri David Hurley vannoi virkavalan maanantaina Canberrass...
26.06.2019

In conversation with artists Anna and Tarja - Haastattelussa taiteilijat Anna and Tarja

Anna and Tarja make art out of recycled materials. They constructed a beautiful bonfire for the Finnish Midsummer Party in Sydney. - Anna ja Tarja tekevät taidetta kierrätysmateriaaleista. He kasasivat kokoon kauniin kierrätyskokon Sydneyn Suomi-Seuran...
26.06.2019

Midsummer party in Sydney - Sydneyn juhannusjuhlat 2019

We met with Elina, Niina and Nakke at the party organised by Sydney Finnish Society. They all shared their midsummer memories and traditions in Australia and Finland. - Tapasimme Elinan, Niinan ja Naken Sydneyn Suomi-Seuran järjestämillä juhannusjuhlil...
26.06.2019

Assisted dying laws bring renewed focus on end of life care - Avustetun kuoleman salliva laki tuo esille myös palliatiivisen hoidon

Medical experts say there's little understanding in the community about the benefits of palliative care services in Australia with patients often accessing services at a late stage.The comments come at a time when there's renewed focus on end of life c...
26.06.2019

Grieving widow welcomes rollout of assisted dying in Victoria - Sureva leski toivottaa avustetun kuoleman sallivan lain tervetulleeksi

It's illegal to help someone die in Australia, with anyone doing it risking being charged with murder, manslaughter or assisting suicide.But from June 19 assisted dying will be available in Victoria.It's estimated up to 150 people will choose to end th...
26.06.2019

What are low interest rates doing to your super? - Miten matala korkokanta vaikuttaa eläkeläisten tuloihin?

Retirees who rely on interest from their savings are among the biggest losers from last week's Reserve Bank interest rate cut -  as term deposit and savings rates are slashed.  Experts are urging caution if moving into higher risk, higher return invest...
12.06.2019

Of the Australians who die by suicide - six or more each day - the vast majority are men. - Noin kuusi australialaista tekee päivittäin itsemurhan ja näistä suuri enemmistö on miehiä.

Mental health support services say that's a huge problem and they're urging men to seek help. - Mielenterveysalan tukijärjestöt arvioivat että synkkien tilastojen taustalla on että miehet usein eivät halua hakea apua.
12.06.2019

A Finnish movie night at Estonia House in Sydney 14.6.19 - Suomalainen elokuvailta Eestimajalla 14.6.19

Kirsti Crnjac tells about the movie, 'Time Out', directed by Matti Kinnunen  2018 - Kirsti Crnjac kertoo tämänkertaisesta leffasta, Matti Kinnusen ohjaamasta "Pieniä suuria valheita"-elokuvasta vuodelta 2018
5.06.2019

The Finnish education system enjoys an enviable reputation - Suomalainen koulujärjestelmä on jo pitkään nauttinut kansainvälistä arvostusta

Sanna Kaivosoja is a qualified teacher from Finland, she now lives in Sydney and her children go to school here. She is in a very good position to explain the Finnish approach to schooling and how it compares to Australian conditions. - Sanna Kaivosoja...
5.06.2019

The Finnsh entrant for the 2020 Eurovision song contest vill be selected through a process that is open to everyone. - Ensi vuoden Euroviisujen edustaja valitaan jälleen kaikille avoimen kilpailun kautta.

Timo Uotila reports on arts and culture in Finland; the selection of next years Eurovision contest. The new Oodi library in Helsnki  is a finalist competing for the World's best public library, the  latest trends in Finnish fashion at the  Fashion in H...
5.06.2019

Finland has a new government - Suomessa on uusi hallitus

Timo Uotila's current affairs report from Finland  5.6.19 - Timo Uotilan ajankohtaisraportti 5.6.19
29.05.2019

Finland won gold at the ice hockey World championships - Suomi voitti kultaa jääkiekon mm-kisoissa

Finland won gold; Timo Uotila reports 29.5.19 -  Timo Uotila raportoi Suomen voittoa  29.5.19
22.05.2019

Australia is the only western democratic nation without a charter of human rights - Australia on ainoa demokraattinen länsimaa jolla ei ole ihmisoikeussopimusta

Executive Director of the Human Rights Law Centre, Hugh de Krester says it's vital the community continues to put pressure on the government to uphold human rights. - Human Rights Law Centre-järjestön toimitusjohtaja, Hugh de Kretser sanoo että on elin...
22.05.2019

The majority of European Council member nations would prefer Russia to retain its membrship in the Council - Suomessa eletään Europarlamentin vaalien aikaa

Timo Uotila's current affairs report from Finland 21.5.19   - Timo Uotilan ajankohtaisraportti Suomesta 21.5.19  
15.05.2019

Viva! Nearly half of Australian jobs will be replaced by machines in less than twenty years - Viva! Alle kahden vuosikymmenen kuluessa koneet korvaavat puolet Australian työpaikoista

In a world that is increasingly wired to technology, how can we future proof our skills to stay relevant? - Miten voimme varmistaa että osaamisemme säilyttää merkityksensä maailmassa mikä lisääntyvästi sitoutuu tekniikkaan?
8.05.2019

ACO Principal Violin, Satu Vänskä, tells about the exciting tour with guest artist Branford Marsalis - ACOn Satu Vänskä kertoo uudesta konserttisarjasta; vieailevana taiteilijana on Branford Marsalis

Branford Marsalis is an artist deeply aligned with the ACO spirit. He hails from a rich Jazz heritage, but is also an artist of today, renowned for his thrilling virtuosity and boundless musicality. His ACO debut is a vivid program inspired by Latin Am...
8.05.2019

A damning assessment of the world's biodiversity has found a million animal and plant species are at risk of extinction, largely, because of human activity. - Uusi raportti paljastaa maailman luonnon monimuotoisuuden olevan ennenäkemättömän uhan alla

The United Nations-backed report shows nature is declining at rates previously unseen in human history. - Nykyisen suuntauksen arvioidaan ensisijaisesti johtuvat ihmisen tavasta hyväksikäyttää luonnonvaroja sekä säälimätöntä taloudellisen kasvun hakua ...
8.05.2019

The flu season is upon us - it is time to get vaccinated - Elämme influenssakautta - on aika hankkia rokotus

This year's flu season is already looking to be potentially severe with three times as many cases reported already than there were at the same time last year.  - Tämän vuoden influenssakausi näyttää muodostuvan tavallista pahemmaksi, jo nyt on todettu ...