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Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says she's dismayed that Indonesia is pressing ahead with the execution of Australians Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan.
Australian museums have joined a global archive of digital cultural artefacts in the Google Cultural Institute.
A British activist group has launched a campaign to celebrate the positive impact of immigrants in the UK through a series of posters and billboards.
Concerns about the lights at Wellington Phoenix's temporary home ground have forced officials to bring forward the start time of the A-League match against Adelaide...
21-year-old Daniel Skelly died suddenly after taking what his mother says was a synthetic drug - leaving many unanswered questions, not only over what he took but how...
When it comes to movies, there's something for everybody on SBS ONE, SBS 2, NITV and On Demand. Find out what's screening where and when.
Get into the spirit of Mardi Gras with a great batch of indie movies that deal with coming out and living it up. First week of March on SBS 2 and SBS On Demand.
Phil Anderson, the first Australian to wear the prestigious yellow jersey in the Tour de France, will line up for the 21 March Giant Odyssey 100km mountain bike marathon.
Tony Abbott may have survived a leadership spill, but as the public continues to scrutinise each captain's call, Insight asks – what makes a great leader?
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The Backburner (satire) writes: "Attorney-General George Brandis has expressed concern that his censure in the Senate might impact on his inalienable human rights...".
Strap yourself in for a wild ride on the redundancy rollercoaster.
Dating and hook-up apps have become the latest tool in the bid to combat sexually transmitted infections.
The K-Wave is spreading! More K-pop artists score international accolades...
The 'horrific, ugly head' of anti-Semitism is rising in Australia and Israel is to blame, Jewish actress Miriam Margolyes says.
From legendary martial arts director Tsui Hark comes this action epic starring Jet Li. Dragon Inn is the rumoured location of a lost city buried under the desert,...
Mardi Gras 2015
SBS is bringing the parade exclusively from the streets of Sydney to lounge rooms across the country in a special event broadcast. SBS ONE 8.30pm, 8th March.
From bratwurst and beef polpette to fruit and walnut fritole, we're munching on meatballs, succumbing to sausages and devouring our favourite fig desserts.
Some men like cars. Some men like fixing things. Some men like cars and fixing things, but also women’s clothes.
Olympic snowboarder and beyondblue Ambassador Belle Brockhoff is reminding people, as they enjoy the Mardi Gras, that it’s important to reach out if they feel...
The Backburner (satire) writes: "New South Wales Christian Democrats MLC Fred Nile has blasted the festival for being 'nowhere near as good as it used to be'."
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SBS celebrates the Year of the Sheep

Explore the traditions and excitement of one of the world’s largest cultural celebrations with SBS.

The World Game
Another high profile name has been added to Australia’s winter wonderland of football with English Premier League heavyweight Tottenham Hotspur agreeing to play an...
Sunderland suspended England winger Adam Johnson after he was arrested on suspicion of sexual activity with a 15-year-old girl.
Police are examining mobile phone footage after reports of racist and abusive behaviour by Chelsea fans on a train on Monday morning (AEDT).
TWG's resident A-League aficionado Scott McIntyre has his five picks for the best strikes of a goals-filled Round 19 of the A-League.
Australia star Massimo Luongo reckons he has returned from the Socceroos' AFC Asian Cup 2015 triumph with another string to his bow – a new aptitude for scoring...
Marc Janko may have rocketed to the top of the A-League goal-scoring list with a double in the Sydney derby and eight in his last six games, but he's got further...
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Movies
Get into the spirit of Mardi Gras with a great batch of indie movies that deal with coming out and living it up. First week of March on SBS 2 and SBS On Demand.
In Ancient China, Drizzle (Michelle Yeoh) is the most deadly and ruthless assassin. After a life of theft and murder, she seeks to atone for her ways. She starts...
Two 18-year-olds have their hearts set on a future in professional soccer. But for Jesminder, daughter of orthodox Sikhs, heart-stopping talent doesn't seem to be...
'This is a coffee table aesthetic. It’s all very beautiful, but it’s as subtle as an oil slick... But then on a certain superficial level, I like this movie a lot...
Ari is caught between his Greekness, his Australianness, his gayness and his city of Melbourne.
A student discovers of a human ear in his garden, which leads him to the underbelly of his idyllic hometown. With Isabella Rosselini, Dennis Hopper and Laura Dern.
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Comment & Analysis
Facebook’s culture of the like is actively making it harder to express negative thoughts and feelings... Facebook allows us to be public about our sorrows, but to be...
iPhone and Mac users will be able to send emoji with different skin tones soon, a software release revealed Monday.
What was offered? A fancy title? A souvenir mug? Cartoonist David Blumenstein has put together a handy infographic so you have all the 'facts'.
As The Walking Dead's fans erupt over the she's first man-on-man action, we ask - what's the big deal about men kissing men?
The internet has been buzzing over a video of an octopus leaping out of the water to catch a crab. Isn't it time we gave this inky invertebrate another chance?
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Best-selling author Peter FitzSimons reveals the heroes and villains of racial clashes over 170 years, and how these riots have instigated political change.
Authentic Mexican recipes for fresh home-cooked meals, along with Daniella Germain’s beautiful illustrations and fond memories of her beloved grandfather.
Caravan-friendly recipes from savouries, soups and salads to pasta, meat, seafood and sweet treats for dessert, with handy ‘how to’ sections for novice cooks.
Discover the causes behind the deaths of thousands of young airmen during WWII, not in battle but in catastrophic accidents and training crash incidents.
This collector’s keepsake uncovers the Gallipoli campaign using newly researched content, including removable documents and memorabilia.
Love the new movie and books and looking for more? Music selected by author E L James, featuring 15 pieces of classical music found in the Fifty Shades book trilogy.