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A baby boy from Sydney will need lifelong care and will never walk again after an attack allegedly committed by his mother's partner.
Ray Martin is under pressure to step down from an inquiry into the ABC’s Q&A program, after labelling the Prime Minister’s boycott of the controversial show 'silly'.
Just because a food product is gluten-free doesn't mean it's healthier.
Labor’s Left faction has been unable to finalise a position on asylum seeker boat turn backs. Seriously, how is this even a question, asks Simon Copland.
When the body of a local resident is found under a tractor, destructive forces are unleashed in a small, countryside village. Secrets will be exposed.
This cycling season, French chef Gabriel Gaté is tracing the Tour de France's 21 stages throughout the Netherlands and France.
Actress Asher Keddie sets out to find the origins of her creative passions and discovers a story from the past with uncanny parallels to her own life.
Former Perth Glory captain player and Perth Glory Women W-League coach Jamie Harnwell ended his long association with the club after a contractual dispute - saying he...
Battered and bruised Australian team Orica-GreenEDGE safely passed "its toughest test" of the race, with its seven remaining riders unscathed.
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Han Solo, the 'Star Wars' space hero who always has a fast ship and a good blaster, will get his own stand-alone film, the Walt Disney Company says.
The family of Australian tennis star Nick Kyrgios say Dawn Fraser's apology for what they believe were racist comments means nothing.
Comedian Deirdre Fidge wants all straight people to know there's nothing wrong with being straight, just keep it to yourselves... which is disgusting because it's...
Coca-Cola cans in the Middle East have been stripped of their labels during Ramadan, as part of a campaign to 'combat prejudice'.
From ‘Madame Bovary’ to ‘Far From the Madding Crowd’, why isn’t there anything new?
Unless you can take Joe Hockey's advice and get a 'good job that pays good money', you might need a roommate. Comedian Brydie Lee-Kennedy offers a guide.
Tour de France 2015
They say there is no such thing as second place in the Tour de France. Every possible detail must be covered to find the edge required to win.
Broken wheels and fruitless attacks characterised a tense day for the overall favourites as the Tour de France hit the cobbles.
Breaking a bone and finishing a stage is one thing, writes Kath Bicknell. But once the full impact of an injury becomes clear, how healthy is it to keep on racing...
A furious Thibaut Pinot has seen his hopes of a return to the Tour de France podium dashed after a mechanical saw him lose more than three minutes on stage 4.
Which stages will suit the Australians? How soon are the mountains this year? View the details of every 2015 Tour de France stage.
This year’s Tour de France on SBS will offer you more than ever before with our exclusive live coverage. A huge part of that will be through the SBS Škoda Tour...
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Here are the movies screening on SBS 6-12 July.
SBS Movies is celebrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander filmmakers and actors this NAIDOC Week. Here are four must-see Australian films screening this...
A boy who is believed to bring bad luck to everyone around him leads his family and two new friends through Laos to find a new home.
Acclaimed director Ingmar Bergman's film won four Academy Awards in 1984, including Best Foreign Language Film.
In this dramatic thriller, at a turning point in his life, a former tennis pro falls for a femme-fatale type who happens to be dating his soon-to-be brother-in-law.
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The World Game
Australia defender Alex Wilkinson said the Socceroos' open, attacking policy should be no excuse for the team taking too many risks in defence.
Melbourne Victory's dominant 2014-2015 season, in which it won the Premiership-Championship 'double', was acknowledged in Professional Footballers Australia's ...
Women's World Cup winner, the United States, were given a heroes' welcome as they began their celebration tour in Los Angeles.
Wantaway Liverpool forward Raheem Sterling has informed the English Premier League club he wishes to be left out of the Reds' Asian and Australian tour this month...
A brace from skipper Clint Dempsey saw USA open its CONCACAF Gold Cup defence with a 2-1 victory over Honduras.
England star Steven Gerrard is hoping to emulate the trophy-laden feats of his ex-national teammate - David Beckham - at La Galaxy, after linking up with the...
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In the blink of an eye, Jenelle Pogson had to make a momentous decision that affected her life forever - and that of her son's.
The arguments from opponents of same sex marriage will get even more crazy before the end, writes Robert Burton-Bradley.
They can’t kill in the sense that some animals can, let alone in the human sense of murder. Yet murder is likely to be what springs to most people’s minds when...
It's called a sport. Comedian Rob Hunter covers the spills, thrills and "why is this happening?" of the world hot dog eating championships in New York.
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The best-selling singer-songwriter goes beyond jazz, blues and R&B on this creative milestone, out now on CD and digital, in standard and deluxe editions.
Luke unearths a multi-cultured food scene, cooking his way across the length and breadth of the UK and discovering wonderful food delicacies.
On this innovative fusion album, Michael Jackson’s timeless tunes swing with the vibrant energy of modern salsa and tropical rhythms.
This engaging documentary series uncovers the brutal and elegant age of the knights, with gripping re-enactments and stunning CGI sequences.
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