A Ukrainian national guardsman was killed and nearly 90 others wounded by grenades hurled from a crowd of nationalist protesters on Monday as they were guarding...
Immigration Minister Peter Dutton has attacked Fairfax and ABC for trying to bring down the federal government.
A fishing community in South Australia is calling for a seal cull as burgeoning populations of the protected mammals threaten their catch.
Australia attacker James Troisi is weighing offers from Saudi Pro League side Al Ittihad and unnamed teams from Dubai, Qatar and Europe as he prepares to sever ties...

Is Sugar The New Fat?

Psychologist and author, Nigel Latta, looks into the question of whether too much sugar can be dangerous for you.
Comment: The announcement that Peter Sagan was out of the Vuelta a España read as you might expect of a cyclist struck down by a motorcycle at high speed.
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.
Prolific horror filmmaker Wes Craven, who directed the slasher classic 'A Nightmare on Elm Street,' died on Sunday afternoon, his family said in a statement. He was 76.
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.
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.
In Owen Wilson’s new film 'No Escape', every Asian character is either a ruthless murderer or anonymous collateral damage.
It's often said that politics is Hollywood for ugly people - but is it?
Professor Diarmaid MacCulloch explores how the official Christian Church and Western society have moved apart on issues of sex and gender.
Twitter users were outraged after the Associated Press referred to renowned human rights lawyer Amal Clooney as the 'wife of an actor' in a tweet.
Researchers have discovered a naturally occurring protein which may make ice cream more resistant to melting.
The Backburner (satire) writes: "Reports from within cabinet suggest that the Prime Minister is considering removing Joe Hockey because why not?"
This new 13-part series, hosted by journalist Quentin Willson and supermodel Jodie Kidd, provides unprecedented access to the iconic cars, personalities and...
Series 3 continues: Masters tries to convince Virginia to rededicate herself to the study and to him, as a familiar face returns to the clinic for help.
This documentary will prove the Hanging Gardens of Babylon did exist, based on the latest findings of leading Assyriologist Dr Stephanie Dalley.
Filmed over two years, this two-part series features extraordinary animal behaviour captured with the latest camera technology to reveal the natural world of...
Get a room with SBS On Demand

Get intimate with international films of human sexuality that leave little to the imagination, available to view for free, anytime, anywhere.

Free Movies, Trailers, Reviews
Now at SBS On Demand: This engaging and beautiful film has delighted audiences around the world. Directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet, starring Audrey Tautou.
Abbie Cornish plays a young artist whose lust for life takes her to the edge of sanity. Heath Ledger is Dan, a sometime poet lost in love with Candy.
Follows a group of neo-Nazi skinheads in the Melbourne suburbs. Winner of three AFI Awards in 1992, including Best Actor (Russell Crowe).
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...
In Middle America, three teenagers travel to isolated Cooper’s Dell after responding to an online invitation for sex. However, their schoolboy fantasies turn...
Rachel Khoo's Kitchen Notebook Melbourne - only on SBS

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

The World Game
The drama of Premier League deadline day is a haven for some of the dodgiest deals going around, although some buck the trend and pay off spectacularly.
Rockdale City Suns captain-coach Paul Reid has declared his side is capable of giving the FFA Cup the upset result it needs - and what an upset it would be if the...
Kevin De Bruyne has returned to the English Premier League after completing his big-money move to Manchester City from Wolfsburg.
Australia defender Ryan McGowan is determined to make the most of his recall to the national squad as he chases his dream of playing in back-to-back FIFA World Cups.
Former Aston Villa, Sunderland and Stoke City goalkeeper Thomas Sorensen has signed a two-year deal with A-League club Melbourne City.
SBS will broadcast the Socceroos' 2018 FIFA World Cup Asian qualifiers on SBS in HD, SBS Radio and online and it continues in September against Bangladesh and...
Comment & Analysis
What if all weekends could last for three or even four days?
Recent killings in the US have become touch points in a larger discussion about race relations and racial bias in the United States, writes Kerry Dolan.
Recent revelations about doping in past athletics competitions have cast a long shadow over the competition.
Advertisers often use sexual ads under the assumption that they are an effective way to promote products and services. Is it really true?
What if restrictions on Western food are more than just a post-imperial temper tantrum?
SBS Shop
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.