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Unions say Australia is at risk of having a US-style working poor after the latest minimum wage award again fell short of their claim, while the Australian Industry...
A 30-year-old man has appeared in Elizabeth Magistrate’s Court in Adelaide’s north, charged with the murder of a woman and her two children.
An exclusive SBS opinion poll has found a large percentage of voters surveyed don’t know which political leaders can be trusted or who inspires them about the future....
The lasting impacts of being abducted by a parent and whisked away to a foreign country can be profound, as Insight discovers in tonight's episode, airing at 8.30pm on...
Officials have confirmed that Mexico and Olympiacos striker Alan Pulido, who was rescued on Monday after being abducted, heroically overpowered one of the kidnappers,...
For most people on the LGBT spectrum, there are decisions to be made every day about whether it's worth being honest even at the risk of a bigoted response. These may...
With evil Jesus clones, giant wafer monsters, and flaming tornadoes of death running for mayor, Australia’s first animated sketch comedy show covers topics too big for...
Caught out posting a racist tirade on Facebook? Your cries of "I was hacked" not being believed? Comedian Bish Marzook is here to help!
SBS goes behind the scenes with journalist Steve Chao and the Philippines' president-elect Rodrigo Duterte. Watch Dateline tonight at 9.30pm on SBS for the full story.
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Cases of parental child abduction are traumatic for all involved and as this week's Insight learns, can have an affect on the children at the centre of the ordeal...
A look at what happens after you both swipe right.
Simon’s journey begins in County Wexford, where the beginnings of the long and turbulent relationship between Britain and Ireland began and travels to Cork,...
'Hit her with light things like handkerchief, a hat or a turban, but do not hit her on the face or private parts'.
Behind every Grand Tour champion is a last standing lieutenant that Damien Howson may in time prove to be for showcase Orica-GreenEDGE climber Esteban Chaves.
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The pain of asking one of the hardest questions and the anger that followed the assertion haunts writer Nakkiah Lui in the opening podcast for season two of True Stories.
Living in Melbourne and struggling to become a writer, Abigail quits her job, grabs a backpack, and a buys a one-way ticket to Paris.
Born in a country that no longer exists, Sofija arrives in Australia as a child who has escaped a civil-war. Her home country Yugoslavia is divided, but as she...
Osamah is 19, and his main aim during Ashura, a ten-day Islamic ritual, is to score the chat-room nickname of Houda, the girl whose long eyelashes feed his new...
In the hope of settling himself, Andre leaves the city behind and journeys to what he thinks is the empty heart of Australia. Except, as he discovers, it isn’t...
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