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The Nationals will take on Barnaby Joyce as the new federal leader as Warren Truss retires after 26 years in parliament. With Senator Fiona Nash elected as deputy.
The Indonesian government is requesting social media and messaging platforms remove same-sex emojis locally.
There are calls to boycott popular VTech electronic toys because of new terms and conditions that could leave families vulnerable to hackers.
Host of The Feed, Marc Fennell, gives his verdict.
The International Cycling Union (UCI) has referred the case of Femke Van den Driessche to its Disciplinary Commission.
Robert Burton-Bradley describes the daily frustrations of selfishly having a "two name" surname.
To celebrate National Youth Week, SBS is giving 14- to 20-year-olds the chance to win a place on a 5-day filmmaking workshop and get their short film on SBS TV.
In 1985 Dallas, electrician and hustler Ron Woodroof works around the system to help AIDS patients get the medication they need after he is diagnosed with the disease....
Move over Robert Downey Jr, 'Iron Boy' is in town. Sydney's Domenic Pace has lived out his dream of imitating his favourite superhero.
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Nanomaterial extracted from native spinifex could lead to the thinnest condoms yet.
When it comes to movies, there's something for everybody on SBS, SBS 2, NITV and On Demand. Find out what's screening where and when.
Fleeing Iran as a child, Rita Panahi knew just two words of English. Today, she's a controversial opinion columnist. Are her views as mainstream as she thinks?
Dinosaurs may have gone extinct millions of years ago, but their evolutionary offspring still walk amongst us.
Brutal honesty + a healthy dose of bravery = romantic success
Chinese friends may ask what animal you are. Don’t feel confused - it is just like asking what horoscope sign you are, but according to the Chinese zodiac, “Sheng...
small world. big thinking.
Because having no money doesn't have to get in the way of romance.
She’s actually seen the show now, but vocal critic Candy Royalle’s opinion hasn’t really changed.
Swimmer Ian Thorpe will make his first appearance at an LGBTI community event this month.
Starting a family is hard. Some people face particular challenges we can’t personally understand. Say something supportive instead.
Now, in 2016, the success of South Park seems like something of an inevitability.
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