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Scotland is set to make a decision on its independence in a historic referendum on September 18. Stay up-to-date with the latest developments here.
A disgruntled taxpayer in southern France paid her annual bill using 30 kilogrammes (66 pounds) of small change in protest at the way taxes are collected.
Football Federation Australia CEO David Gallop has defended the governing body's controversial active supporter policy, claiming it is all for the good of the game.
Adam explores New Zealand’s North Island, starting in the majestic kauri forests in the north and is invited to a traditional Maori ‘Hāngi’ at Rotorua.
Watch now: Abraham, who is subjected to daily racism and won’t travel on the train after dark, will live for 10 days with Nick, who opposes African immigration.
Life. You're born and then you die. Fast-paced French comedy Bref covers the stuff in between. New episode every Tuesday and Thursday.
'If You Never Change Your Mind' - As election day nears, the New Democrats try to highlight the differences between their party and the Moderates.
The dark and miserable town of Basin City and the story of three different people, all caught up in violent corruption.
A married couple face a difficult decision - to improve the life of their child by moving to another country, or to stay in Iran and look after a deteriorating parent.
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Scotland's pro-independence leader Alex Salmond says the "eyes of the world" are on the momentous referendum that could break a 307-year-old union with England.
Shane journeys north to reach the Black Sea port town of Trabzon, where he tracks down a very special fish, known as the hamsi.
Ever wondered what the other countries were saying behind our backs? John Robertson hits the streets of London to find out 'what Australians are like'.
Thought a "vegan feast" meant faux meat, tofu ten ways, and a plate of sad-looking celery sticks? Think again. We're re-branding "rabbit food" with robust curries...
The catchy title of journalist Brooke Hemphill’s book 'Lesbian for a Year' has resulted in a steady flow of publicity.
Michael Mosley tests the ancient idea of fasting, with a science-seeking road trip across the US to investigate how a little hunger can make you younger.
What should we do about 'boat people'?

In the last 20 years, 60,000 'boat people' have arrived in Australia. How we deal with them when they get here continues to polarise public opinion.

Living With The Enemy
Watch now: Abraham, who is subjected to daily racism and won’t travel on the train after dark, will live for 10 days with Nick, who opposes African immigration.
Watch online: Morteza spent four uncertain years in detention. Jenni says he should not stay in Australia. Living in each other’s worlds is an explosive experience.
Episode 1 - Gregory and Michael are gay marriage activists and atheists. David is an Anglican minister opposed to same-sex marriage. They move in together.
The road to acceptance hasn't been easy for gay people in Australia. The next frontier is the right to get married.
In the last 20 years, 60,000 'boat people' have arrived in Australia. How we deal with them when they get here continues to polarise public opinion.
Medical marijuana is being used illegally across Australia, but the AMA says there isn't enough evidence to support legalisation.
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The World Game
Football Federation Australia CEO David Gallop announced that the game will embark on a National Plan for the Whole of Football.
In its inaugural year, the FFA Cup has undisputedly already achieved its objectives. The multi-tiered club competition has generated plenty of media interest,...
Australia midfielder Mustafa Amini's desire to break through at Borussia Dortmund has been heightened by an appearance on the bench against Arsenal in the UEFA...
Goalkeeper Joe Hart felt Manchester City was "killed" by an unfortunate deflection as it slipped to a last-gasp 1-0 defeat in its UEFA Champions League opener at...
Today's second groups of UEFA Champions League matches produced plenty of goals and records for a number of the participating teams as Matchday 1 wrapped up.
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Comment & Analysis
These apartments are positively tiny. A Hong Kong advocacy group says 100,000 of the city’s laborers live in units averaging 40 square feet (3.7 sq m).
I can tell you what kids learn from being hit. They learn about hitting, and about you. When violence is the medium, violence is the message.
Colourful surgeonfishes and parrotfishes are plentiful, corals replace kelp and underwater life seems brighter, more colourful and all-round better. Or is it?
Iraq's new government of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi is now in place but its task is, to say the least, onerous.
So, how much alcohol can you handle?
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Andrew Denton, Jacki Weaver, Rebecca Gibney, Lisa McCune, Richard Roxburgh, Adam Goodes, Paul McDermott and Amanda Keller trace their family histories.
Soul/rock icon Tina Turner features on this cross-cultural project that melds prayers and soothing music to help you de-stress and relax.
This month: Make it from scratch - creamy feta, limoncello and more plus Mexico’s rich food history and a Moroccan Eid feast! At newsagents and online now.
All three series of Gourmet Farmer on DVD, jam packed with self-sufficiency and delicious home-grown food.
This annual best-seller is the ultimate foodies’ diary, including monthly notes on seasonal produce, recipes, food and wine tips plus festivals and farmers’ markets.
Mirusia's beautiful voice takes you on a musical journey through her visually stunning concert, full of romantic and compelling melodies.
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