Massimo Luongo believes Australia might have to rein in its attacking instincts, at least on the road, after the Socceroos were undone by a counter-attacking Jordan.
Streets have been blocked off and 75 police officers have been deployed with about 300 anti-Islamic protesters expected to rally near Parramatta mosque.
Footage of Play School hosts appearing to make a homemade bong during an episode has delighted social media users.
The school is in lockdown as the police investigation into the school murder begins. Bashir battles to contain the frenzy which has ensued - and the rage of the victim...
You know the liquid that comes with canned chickpeas? It can substitute for egg whites in baking. SBS Food explains how.
A growing number of Australians are using crowdfunding websites to raise money for medical costs from family, friends and complete strangers. Has the health system let...
Cate Blanchett is her own rival. And she has had a very big year.
Still at odds over the surrogacy program, when Masters presses to resume their regular sexual relationship, Johnson finds it difficult to get interested.
The Backburner (satire) writes: "The AFP has confirmed that the Prime Minister is under investigation for his continued use of an Ozemail email address".
Rupert Murdoch has been forced to apologise over a tweet in which he suggested that Barack Obama was not a "real black President".
The humble jaffle has made the leap from home snack to cafe darling, Why are we paying others to make a snack that’s a cinch to whip up at home?
From the complacent to the inaccessible, here are the four types of 'vaccine hesitancy' - and how to change their minds.
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A Chinese tourist has posted pictures to social media site Weibo showing cracks in a glass panel in the 68 metre long bridge in the Yuntai Mountain Geological...
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From cucumber clouds to fruit loop feathers, food stylist and illustrator Anna Keville Joyce forged a profession from playing with the food on her plate.
One of the consequences of the violent upheavals in Syria and Iraq has been the systematic and wanton pillaging of some of the region's most ancient sites. The...
Remember when the Simpsons was the greatest show on television? Comedian Rob Hunter takes you back through the glory days of the greatest show there ever was.
Today's arrests in Sydney follow a string of raids across Australia targeting terror suspects. Multicultural groups say they have greatly affected the Muslim...
The UK publication says images of Meryl Streep and other actors wearing t-shirts with the slogan 'I'd rather be a rebel than a slave' were taken out of context.
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The Principal - new drama series
Matt Bashir is promoted to principal of the notorious Boxdale Boys High. Just when it seems he is making progress, a student is found dead on school grounds. Also...
The cast and crew discuss the making of new SBS drama The Principal.
Introducing the principal, the students and the cast of characters trying to solve a crime at the notoriously dysfunctional Boxdale Boys High.
Find out more about the story and the script behind The Principal, from the cast and crew themselves.
The role of cinematography and design should not be underestimated in the production of The Principal.
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The World Game
Second-half goals from Eduardo Vargas and Alexis Sanchez saw Chile to a 2-0 win over Brazil in its 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier.
Jurgen Klopp has been named as Liverpool's new manager.
Barcelona forward Lionel Messi will stand trial over alleged tax evasion alongside father Jorge, according to reports in Spain.
Australia has suffered its first defeat of the FIFA 2018 World Cup qualification campaign, going down 2-0 to an impressive Jordan side in Amman on Friday (AEDT).
After another lengthy off-season the A-League is poised to return and The World Game has sorted through all the transfer moves and pre-season form to give you the...
Brisbane Roar has kicked its A-League campaign off in style, steamrolling Western Sydney Wanderers 3-1 in an entertaining but error-ridden season opener.
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Andrew Largeman returns to his hometown for the funeral of his clinically depressed mother, a journey that reconnects him with his past.
A new satire about Hitler's triumphant return to public life skewers complacency towards Nazism.
A family descended from Maori warriors is bedeviled by a violent father and the societal problems of being treated as outcasts.
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Comment & Analysis
California is bringing back a ban on imports of kangaroo products. Is it justified?
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