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Federal Resources Minister Matt Canavan has resigned from the frontbench to check whether he holds dual Italian-Australian citizenship.
The father of a Sikh boy has launched legal action against a Melbourne Christian college that he claims will not let his son wear a turban to school.
Can Jamie and Claire change the future? They’re sure going to try.
The Handmaid’s Tale has been hailed as the TV series of 2017. This critically acclaimed 10-part dystopian drama has made its Australian debut exclusively on SBS On...
Feeling empty and lifeless? Are your sleep patterns disturbed? Wondering why Matt and Robbie aren’t talking to you any more? You’re suffering from Post-Tour Syndrome....

'We don't need a map'

Filmmaker Warwick Thornton investigates our relationship to the Southern Cross, in this fun and thought-provoking ride through Australia's cultural and political...
Nordic Noir goes underground in the Breaking Bad-style surgery thriller Valkyrien, now showing at SBS On Demand.
In the depths of the Panamanian jungle, an American entrepreneur and hundreds of young people are building the "world's most sustainable modern town."
It seemed like a harmless request when I asked the Western Sydney Wanderers media officer for an interview with Aaron Mooy after training at Parramatta Stadium in 2012.
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“You shake a pretty mean cape, Batman.”
It would seem the cycling world spent much of the season questioning the form of Chris Froome and whether he would claim a fourth Tour de France title.
Mickey Rourke gives the performance of a lifetime as a former pro Wrestler now paying the price for twenty years of grueling punishment in and out of the ring.
'The Handmaid's Tale' is now available on SBS On Demand, but if you've binged through it all and are hanging out for more feminist dystopian thriller goodness,...
We say goodbye to some great movies this month. Catch them while you can.
Sex, spying and political intrigue - Versailles focuses on the coming of age of King Louis XIV as he evolves into a 17th century rock star monarch.
Census Explorer - How your Australia is changing

The Census Explorer is an interactive tool that lets you go behind the statistics to uncover a rich, visual portrait of who we are.

In this atmospheric thriller, demoted Detective John Cardinal is brought back into Homicide when the hunch he wouldn’t let go is proven correct.
Uneven cookies, domed cake tops and meringue failure will soon be history.
Comically large veins are just one of the unexpected side effects of being a professional cyclist.
Holy revival! Enjoy the camp adventure of the best Batman played by the late great Adam West, with Burt Ward as his dutiful Boy Wonder Robin.
It appears acts of the erotic kind can be harder to swallow on screen than the gruesome.
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Census Explorer: Today's Australia
The Census Explorer is an interactive tool that lets you go behind the statistics to uncover a rich, visual portrait of who we are, where we live, where we come from,...
This interactive tool uses the official Census data to compare diversity in your suburb with others around Australia.
The 'typical Australian' has been identified, providing the first glimpse into the data produced by the 2016 Census.
Diversity in the Australian community is flourishing, according to fresh Census data.
Australia's language diversity hotspots, where five different languages are common in a single small area, have been revealed by new Census data.
The first results of the 2016 Census show the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population has grown by 18 per cent in the past five years.
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#WalkWithUs - Indigenous Stories
Plans to provide more resources after Teenager's death, with Kalgoorlie Indigenous community saying they are not being heard.
It took less than a week for Indigenous Man, Eric James Whittaker to die in prison. Today, his family and friends marched to NSW Parliament House demanding reform.
Do you really know Australia’s story?
Join us for considered analysis, agenda-setting interviews and a distinctive Indigenous approach that investigates cultural, political and social issues from a...
The way our ancestors passed on knowledge was through a very sophisticated code and the Yalanji word for this is Ngujakura; our Lore and it’s The Life Code of the...
A coming-of-age story of three Aboriginal boys in Arnhem Land who inhabit two cultures at once - that of North-East Arnhem Land and also western culture.
Long Reads
Many fled violence, losing family or friends. Now they’re stuck in Indonesia, dreaming of a rare ticket to Australia, New Zealand or the US – even looking up to Donald...
“It was a very serious interrogation.” Detained at a Chinese airport on his way home to Australia, activist Dr Chongyi Feng faced possible imprisonment.
Take 24 single people from diverse backgrounds. Add poverty, disabilities and old age, then house them among drug dealers and creeping mould. A recipe for chaos?...
In July 2013 three young, fit soldiers died on a Welsh mountain during an SAS selection march. Among them was Tasmanian-raised James Dunsby, who had served with...
Picture a sculptor working in a Melbourne warehouse. Do you picture a 101-year-old? Awestruck critics say Erwin Fabian's art is becoming more lyrical as his epic...
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