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A boat carrying about 100 people has capsized off the western coast of Malaysia near the busy Strait of Malacca, maritime authorities said on Thursday.
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. Heartbreaking images have emerged of a young Syrian boy lying face-down on a beach in Turkey after drowning on his way to Greece.
Why do procrastinators procrastinate? Tim Urban shares his thoughts.
Join Rachel Khoo as she delves into Melbourne's food scene in episode 7, taking a day trip to Dandenong for Melbourne's most unusual mushrooms.
Australia hosts Bangladesh in Perth as the Road to Russia 2018 continues in Thursday's night's FIFA World Cup qualifier at nib Stadium. The size of the task for the...
All Brit, Candy, Cotty and Faith have to do is save enough money for spring break to get their shot at some real fun. Then a chance encounter promises more.
'Lost Boys' - Bosch tries to aid Johnny Stokes as a means of protecting Julia Brasher from the backlash after the shooting.
Many people use drugs, but not everyone becomes addicted. Why?
Orica-GreenEDGE isn't the biggest budget team in the peloton, but it has a knack of bringing out the value of even its youngest riders.
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Whether you're a trend-tracker or curious epicurean, test your Food IQ and find out how much you know about Melbourne's most popular bars, diners, beers and nosh.
Josh Fox's 'Gasland' was pivotal in building opposition to the fracking industry, a US University of Iowa study has found.
Bosch vs Brasher - and more we learned from last night's seventh episode.
Why has Donald Trump's outrageous behaviour made him a likely presidential candidate?
Read the SBS Movies review: ‘The film weaves those many small details to re-create the angry, racist world N.W.A. came out of.’
The Backburner (satire) writes: "The Labor Party has vowed to do everything in its power to lose the Canning by-election and keep Prime Minister Tony Abbott in...
Australian sporting icon Dawn Fraser is on the trail of the grandparents she never knew. Her search takes her back to her childhood home, in Sydney's Balmain.
Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Thursday that China will cut its number of troops by 300,000, as he kicked off a massive military parade marking 70 years...
If the system is broken, how can it save the sisterhood?
If a spotty pair of socks won't cut the mustard, change your tack (or condiment) and prepare Dad a really good feed this Father's Day - Sunday, September 6.
Sony executives altered the script of upcoming movie 'Concussion' to avoid antagonising the US NFL, according to Sony hack documents seen by the New York Times.
The UN High Commission for Refugees estimates that 300,000 people have crossed the Mediterranean into Europe this year and 2,500 people have lost their lives in...
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In 1979, a charismatic leader summons the street gangs of New York in a bid to take over the city. When he is killed, the Warriors are falsely blamed.
Daniel is a small ten year old boy who dreams of being a gangster. He befriends a local gang leader, until a rival arrives back from jail to reclaim his turf.
Follows a group of neo-Nazi skinheads in the Melbourne suburbs. Winner of three AFI Awards in 1992, including Best Actor (Russell Crowe).
Now at SBS On Demand: This engaging and beautiful film has delighted audiences around the world. Directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet, starring Audrey Tautou.
Bruce Lee plays a martial arts star who must fake his own death in order to find people who are trying to kill him (includes Lee fighting basketballer Kareem...
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Australia defender Jason Davidson expects Ange Postecoglou's side will prove too hot to handle for modest Bangladesh, but Tajikistan next week will be tougher.
Saido Berahino said he won't play for West Bromwich Albion under chairman Jeremy Peace, but he's not the first footballer to take industrial action.
The 1st day of September 2015 marked 58 years since John Charles made his historic move from Leeds United to Juventus. It was for a then British record transfer...
Juventus' France midfielder Paul Pogba could one day be worth more than $160 million, according to the club's director general Giuseppe Marotta.
It will be up to Mario Balotelli as to whether the striker adds to his 33 Italy caps, according to national team coach Antonio Conte.
A-League champion Melbourne Victory has added Australia midfielder Oliver Bozanic to its star-studded squad, with confirmation expected to be announced on Thursday.
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There are more than three trillion trees worldwide, but that’s only half as many as were around at the start of human civilisation, according to new research.
Kenya is on top of the world.
It's often said that politics is Hollywood for ugly people - but is it?
With a little more than a year left in office, Barack Obama may be closing in on his post-presidency plans.
Just as the best product is the one that gets the job done, the best resumes are those that communicate your skills and accomplishments in a clear, effective way.
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