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Authorities in central India say at least 20 people have been killed after two trains plunged into a river while attempting to cross a bridge.
Environmentalists say a court has overturned the federal government's approval of the Carmichael mega-mine in Queensland.
An 'imaginary spear' used by footballer Adam Goodes is being sold on eBay for almost $20,000.
It's been 70 years since Hiroshima. To mark the anniversary, SBS presents the interactive and intimate 'Junko’s Story: Surviving Hiroshima’s Atomic Bomb'.
Australia goalkeeper Mat Ryan has kept a clean sheet despite FC Porto's domination against Valencia, but it was Iker Casillas who was the hero in the shootout as the...
PM Tony Abbott is being criticised for making a 'captain’s call' that spectacularly backfired when hiring Bishop as speaker. The Feed looks into his other captain's...
The Backburner (satire) writes: 'The minister remains adamant that he was just exposing an incredibly broken system that he was also enjoying the perks of exploiting.'
Peter Weir's unforgettable drama remains a mystifying experience. We return to the scene of one of most important movies in Australian history.
Bali bomber Ali Imron says sorry during his first ever meeting with the victims’ loved ones and offers to come to Australia, in the concluding part of Dateline’s Meet...
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In this special Insight forum, Bloodlines: Part 1, we ask the descendants of Stalin, the Nazis and the imperial Japanese military what it is like to live in their...
Ice cream is a thermodynamic miracle that contains all three states of matter—solid, liquid, and gas—at the same time. And yet no birthday party is complete...
Series host, Julia Zemiro, talks to a range of Australians - from nudists to linguists - about how the last 50 years has seen a dramatic shift in human sexuality.
Californian native and extreme athlete, Harry, journeys to a small village in Hebei, China, to learn breakdancing on stilts (hip hop stilts) in five days.
World-renowned chef Gastón Acurio shares the colourful and culturally-diverse gastronomy of his South American homeland.
This documentary looks at what sugar and fat can do to the human body. Twin doctors, Chris and Xand Van Tullekan, investigate the two evils by experimenting on...
Paul McDermott is joined by Poh Ling Yeow, a woman who made her name in the brutal world of competitive cooking where she was instantly loved by the Australian public.
Episode one of this new series invites a Michelin-starred chef to tutor 10 Chinese stars - all self-confessed foodies - in a variety of special regional styles of...
'Murder Rap: Inside The Biggie And Tupac Murders': a riveting account of the task force that finally exposed the shocking truth behind the deaths of rap music...
This comedy looks at how Francois Nouel, a Tour de France fan, tries to live his dream of participating in the race after his marriage crumbles. (From France in...
'The Boat' is an interactive graphic novel about escape after the Vietnam War, based on the story by Nam Le.
Get ahead of the series before it officially airs on SBS this Thursday 6 August, by watching this exclusive online preview of the first episode in the new season...
Rachel Khoo's Kitchen Notebook Melbourne

Join Rachel Khoo as she explores the rich, multicultural food scene of Melbourne, meeting culinary trend-setters and cooking inspired dishes along the way. #rkkitchennotebook

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Everything old is cool again in episode two, as Rachel visits a century-old milk bar and samples a curious combination of Aussie classics at a trendy bar.
Rachel Khoo's twist on the classic Aussie Anzac biscuit, this dish is made complete with a quick banana ice-cream that doesn’t even need churning.
Watch the video or follow the recipe for this easy dish from Rachel Khoo's Kitchen Notebook Melbourne. It's perfect for any time of day: breakfast, dinner or as a...
This delicious, creamy, provincial tart recipe can be made to serve the family or friends using Dutch Cream and Cranberry Redpotatoes that keep their colour...
Loving Rachel Khoo's recipes on TV? You could win one of nine signed copies of her latest cookbook, Rachel Khoo’s Kitchen Notebook.
One of the world's best restaurants, Noma, is moving to Sydney Harbour for a 10-week residency over the Australian summer.
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Here's what's screening on SBS, SBS 2, NITV and at On Demand this week.
Far From Men's David Oelhoffen and Warren Ellis talk to SBS Movies about Viggo Mortensen, displacement, and scoring westerns with Nick Cave.
Wheelchair user, Julien challenges his father to participate with him in an Ironman race. A whole family reconnects in an attempt to see this incredible exploit...
Celebrate the man, the myth, the movies, Wednesdays in August on SBS 2.
A heart-wrenching love story set in the South of Italy's underworld in the 1990s. Starring Donatella Finocchiaro, Fabrizio Gifuni and Beppe Fiorello.
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What is Australia's biggest pet hate?

Have your say as SBS finds out the country's biggest pet peeve.

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As reports surface that Cristiano Ronaldo made a number of fruitless advances towards Australian women, the evidently frustrated Portuguese football star has launched...
Gonzalo Higuain's agent has revealed the striker has rejected the offer of a new contract from Napoli.
Pep Guardiola is unperturbed by criticism from Bayern Munich legend Lothar Matthaus and also has no problem with recent comments made by Stefan Effenberg.
Wolfsburg was crowned DFL-Supercup champion as Nicklas Bendtner scored an 89th minute equalizer against Bayern Munich before scoring the winning penalty in the...
Australia goalkeeper Mat Ryan has kept a clean sheet despite FC Porto's domination against Valencia, but it was Iker Casillas who was the hero in the shootout as...
Adam Goodes shouldn't retire, he should play on and continue to agitate for a change in attitudes. He has a platform, a profile and a responsibility to his people...
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New York Clinton Correctional Facility employee Joyce Mitchell – who engaged in a sexual relationship with an inmate and helped him and a second prisoner stage a...
Breastfeeding has both short-term and long-term nutritional benefits for children. Nutrition is central to sustainable development. Good nutrition in the first...
All Labor members and cheerleaders, stop moaning that we’re not being nice about you on Twitter. Don’t expect our love after what we’ve seen from you, writes...
Whenever you come across a nifty new product idea on Kickstarter, it won’t be shipped to you any time soon, even if you back it. Why? Amazon wants change.
In 2016, Google will deploy balloons all over Sri Lanka, filling in its coverage gaps and effectively blanketing the entire island nation with broadband internet.
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Packed with info and stunning images essential for Tour de France fans, discover the hottest, toughest and fastest riders of this decade.
Take a gastronomic tour of regional France and discover classic recipes with this must-have new edition from Taste le Tour's Gabriel Gaté.
Join the largest archaeological experiment in the world, to build a medieval castle from scratch using only the methods of the 13th century.
Re-live all the magic of Vienna 2015 with Semi Final 1, Semi Final 2, the Grand Final with Guy Sebastian, and hours of additional material!
Ex-mafioso Frank is now juggling new fatherhood with a successful criminal operation in Lillehammer. But then, his former mob associates learn he’s still alive…
Take a ‘food journey down the Mekong River’ with Luke Nguyen as he explores traditions from China, through Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, and Cambodia, to Vietnam.