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Australia's Defence Minister says no request for additional troops has yet been made from the United States.
India's top court has banned a controversial Islamic practice that allows men to divorce their wives instantly, saying it was unconstitutional.
The recent China-India border dispute is playing out at an Australian university.
Academy Award winner Alex Gibney turns his gaze to Scientology in a provocative documentary - a tale of ego, exploitation and lust for power.
Wayne Rooney's 200th Premier League goal was not enough for Everton to earn all three points at the Etihad Stadium as Manchester City battled to a 1-1 draw.
Two decades on and there are more questions than answers about Stacy de Sielvie’s disappearance.
Judi Dench and Steve Coogan head up Stephen Frears's Oscar-nominated drama about an Irish woman's 50-year search for the son she was forced to give up for adoption.
Now more than ever, it's crucial to pay attention to the past.
Chris Froome is the new leader of the Vuelta a España after finishing third in the mountainous stage three as Vincenzo Nibali snatched the stage win in the final 400...
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After a recipe for 'crack' went viral, reports stated that the biscuits vital for putting the 'crack' sound in crack were in short supply. Good news - they're not.
The 2017 Vuelta a España will be live on SBS VICELAND and streaming via SBS On Demand from 19 August to 10 September.
Sick of being over-run by marching neo-Nazis every year, the town of Wunsiedel got creative.
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...
A geology student interning at a gold mining company is taken under the wing of local gold lord, quickly falling into the lucrative and world of gold trafficking.
The season finale of the Emmy Award-winning drama, fast-tracked from the US. Stars Tatiana Maslany.
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.

Set in Thailand, Farang is a thrilling new series about love, betrayal and the complicated ties that bind a father with his daughter.
Filmmaker Trisha Morton-Thomas dishes up a fresh look at our colonial past. Exploring everything they never taught you at school but should have.
Best friends, Sarah (Riley Keough) and Mindy have two emotional reunions in Korean-American filmmaker, So Yong Kim’s story of unspoken desire.
Fortitude is the most northerly town in the world, and the most peaceful... until a prominent member of the community is found eviscerated in his own home.
Time travel, steamy love affairs, exciting history and stunning Scottish scenery. Outlander is the story of a woman trapped between two worlds and two loves.
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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,...
Find out more about the people who make up your area.
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
When will the status quo of white privilege and continuation of colonisation change?
The first major solo exhibition from street artist Warraba Weatherall offers a scathing assessment of the prison system.
Clinton Pryor is the man walking for justice and he has arrived in Sydney's suburb of Redfern to meet, greet and empower Aboriginal Australians in a fight for...
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...
Long Reads
Waves of executions are part of Indonesian President Joko Widodo's hard line on drug convicts. Australians best remember those of Bali Nine leaders Myuran Sukumaran...
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?...
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...
“It was a very serious interrogation.” Detained at a Chinese airport on his way home to Australia, activist Dr Chongyi Feng faced possible imprisonment.
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...
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