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Widespread gestures of support for Adam Goodes are expected throughout the AFL and other sports around Australia this weekend.
New laws in Thailand banning commercial surrogacy have come into effect, ending a long-running debate triggered by the Baby Gammy case in 2014.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has announced on the social network site that he and his wife are expecting a baby girl after suffering three miscarriages.
This documentary delves into medieval castle building at Guedelon, France, where a castle is being built from scratch using only 13th century materials.
The driver's side of the expensive European vehicle was once the sanctity of the professional footballer looking for a few moments of solace away from the harsh glare...
This quiz will show you definitively which BIGBANG member you dance like. Your friends most likely already know the answer... they're just to afraid to tell you.
Our everyday baker, Anneka Manning, indulges in the comfort of custard, as she explores baked and stirred custard in the form of puddings, pastry and tarts.
Suspected Jewish attackers torched a Palestinian home in the occupied West Bank on Friday, killing an 18-month-old toddler and seriously injuring three other family...
Cole and Cassie are finally able to locate the Night Room that houses the virus that will one day destroy the world. But they are trailing behind Pallid Man and his...
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The federal government is willing to take a compassionate stance on refugees, charging each $19,000 to make it easier for them to reunite with loved ones.
As the investigation into George’s death continues, Trey discovers a match for the DNA found on Hanna Dean, raising more questions about the night she died.
Marc Fennell hosts a special forum episode of The Feed featuring the six Australians who appeared in the award-winning SBS series, Go Back To Where You Came From....
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...
Geoffrey Rush joins Toni Collette, Luke Nguyen, David Wenham, Ray Martin and others in the new season of Who Do You Think You Are staring next Tuesday on SBS.
Be seduced all over again by sexual revolutionaries, Masters and Johnson, in the hazy days of 1966 with this exclusive preview of episode one, season three.
Go Back To Where You Came From
At least 10 million people worldwide have no nationality, but what does it really mean to be stateless?
Explore global refugee movements via this interactive map, which highlights UNHCR data on which countries shoulder the burden of the world’s refugees.
Some Australians say asylum seekers arriving by boat are 'jumping the queue' and must enter our country using the 'front door'. But are these phrases accurate?
The reverse refugee journey concludes for the two groups of Australians featured, as they visit an unofficial camp and the Syrian frontlines (part 3 of 3).
How much do you really know about refugees and asylum seekers? Test your knowledge with our online quiz.
With 'stop the boats' back in the headlines and season 3 on SBS this week, seasons 1 and 2 are also still available to watch here.
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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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.
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.
One of the world's best restaurants, Noma, is moving to Sydney Harbour for a 10-week residency over the Australian summer.
This cocktail is adapted from Roys restaurant on Waikiki beach in Honolulu. You can add more Malibu if you wish, but don't add too much.
Forget protein shakes. Increase your mussel mass by downing a dozen molluscs. Stuffed or stir-fried, the sustainable seafood is something to feel good about.
Loving Rachel Khoo's recipes on TV? You could win one of nine signed copies of her latest cookbook, Rachel Khoo’s Kitchen Notebook.
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Follows a day in the life of a man who drives around Paris in a limousine, stopping around the city disguised as a series of different characters.
Three co-workers locate a man who believes that he can travel through time.
This exploration into Japanese perceptions surrounding death won the 2009 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.
Movies and food are two of the things we do best at SBS, and you can now enjoy the best of both worlds in this new column matching delicious recipes with soul...
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Have your say as SBS finds out the country's biggest pet peeve.

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Southampton won comfortably, West Ham United saw red, Sampdoria was humbled while the game between Kukesi and Legia Warsaw was abandoned after 51 minutes in Europa...
Balmain Tigers coach Joe Di Giulio will send his players out for a lunchtime feast of pasta and chicken before they take on A-League champion Melbourne Victory in...
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...
With Sepp Blatter to finally depart as FIFA president in February 2016, TWG's Les Murray asks will having a new president make a telling difference? If so who...
Young Australian striker Taylor Tombides revealed the extra motivation driving him to crack the big time in English football – the inspiring legacy of older...
The ownership crisis at Brisbane Roar is of great concern for Australian football. Unfortunately the club’s problems appear to be the result of decisions going...
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Over a third of the world's 19.9 million refugees live in refugee camps, often without adequate food or services. Conditions vary from camp-to-camp. Take a closer...
Unlike the bad reputation carbohydrates get in some ordinary diets and endurance sports, evidence suggests that this energy source is not a devil in disguise.
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.
The public sphere remains inflamed with criticism of Sydney Swans player Adam Goodes two days after he was booed during the Sydney Swans vs West Coast Eagles game...
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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.