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Athletes are putting their health at risk as they play sport in increasingly high temperatures, a report by the Climate Institute warns.
Nepalese law prohibits marriage before age 18, but the practice remains common in the poor, predominantly Hindu communities along the border with northern India.
Asian Football Confederation (AFC) president Sheikh Salman Bin Ibrahim Al Khalifa claimed there is "no truth" to rumours Australia may be expelled from the organisation.
In the final film in our Tarantino Season, we follow the misadventures of two hitmen as they recover their boss' secret briefcase after a business deal gone bad.
Ever been dancing around the lounge room to a tune in your head? Now you can make your music come to life.
Healthy relationships are built on trust, understanding and your ability to completely decimate your partner in every argument you have. Follow comedian Tien Tran's...
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Sunday marks Cadel Evans's final race, drawing curtains on not just the 37-year-old's career, but a chapter in Australian cycling.
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A capacity crowd will flock to Stadium Australia to watch the Socceroos play Korea Republic in the final of the 2015 AFC Asian Cup.
Silvia Colloca travels to Macerata in Le Marche where she receives lesson in an Italian peasant tradition – Vincisgrassi (lasagne, Marche style).
The Backburner (satire) writes: 'shock as Australians find that, despite what their birth certificates or visas say, they're not actually in ‘real Australia’.'
When Norway’s largest newspaper Aftenposten sent three young fashion bloggers to Phnom Penh to work for a month at a clothing factory, they came back transformed.
Thousands of people in Melbourne on Saturday night will cheer him on, but the only number that will matter to Jack Bobridge is 51.852.
SBS takes you on a journey through one of the world’s largest cultural celebrations.
The Backburner (satire) writes: 'Leadership dramas are continuing for the Coalition Government as former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has announced he will be running if...
Live, From Iceland - It's A Hamburger! But not just any hamburger. They call it "The last McDonald's hamburger in Iceland". And 6 years on it still looks edible.
Andy Murray is into a fourth Australian Open final - but his fiancee Kim Sears is in hot water after what looked to be a foul-mouthed aside.
'Strangerland' was just shown at the Sundance Film Festival and reviewer Michelle Orange was there.
A new office block in Sweden is offering workers the chance to have a microchip implanted under their skin to allow them to access to various services within the...
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Asian Football Confederation (AFC) president Sheikh Salman Bin Ibrahim Al Khalifa claimed there is "no truth" to rumours Australia may be expelled from the organisation.
The exodus from Newcastle Jets continues, with youth team coach Michael Bridges announcing that he has quit the club effective immediately.
Defender Ivan Franjic's battle to overcome injury isn't yet occupying the thoughts of Australia coach Ange Postecoglou.
Identifying the early risers and the night owls in a squad could be the difference between victory and defeat, new research suggests.
Pat 'Paddy' Crerand, a Scotland international who clocked up more than 300 games for Manchester United during the 1960s and '70s, slammed misconceptions about...
The 2015 Asian Cup final will be the latest chapter in a storied and oft overlooked rivalry between the Socceroos and Korea Republic, almost 50 years in the making.
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Two boys growing up in a violent neighbourhood of Rio de Janeiro take different paths: one becomes a photographer, the other a drug dealer. Nominated for four...
'Jackie Brown' is 'Tarantino doing what he does best', says Margaret Pomeranz.
It is the dawn of World War III. In mid-western America, a group of teenagers bands together to defend their town, and their country, from invading Soviet forces....
Watch 'Kill Bill: Vol. 2' on SBS ONE at at 8:30PM this Friday. The murderous bride is back and she is still continuing her vengeance.
In the waning days of the American Civil War, a wounded soldier embarks on a perilous journey back home to reunite with his sweetheart.
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As an artist, Ben Quilty's role is to make us slow down and think beyond the headlines to the human dimension of their plight, writes Kit Messham-Muir.
My mother and father have long made it clear what their wishes are for when their times come — except for when it comes to their online footprints.
Social media is indeed electronic graffiti, as Tony Abbott says, but the big mistake is in paying it too little attention, writes Collette Snowden.
Comedian Omar Sakr didn't get why people "are surprised a patriotic war movie about a sniper is lacking in subtlety, nuance, context and facts" so we asked him to...
For once, a celebrity says sorry in a way that could make the world a little bit better.
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On the trail of serial murderer Paul Spector, DS Stella Gibson returns, forced to take ever greater risks as he becomes more dangerous and destructive.
Hollywood's big names join experts to delve into the unique impacts of climate change in this blockbuster on the dangers facing our planet.
Uncover the secrets of six British icons, from the Tower of London to Her Majesty’s Secret Service.
Bushcraft expert and survivalist Ray Mears explores how the landscapes of North America challenged the pioneers’ westward push.
This box set is the perfect package for history lovers, exploring She-Wolves: England's Early Queens; Medieval Lives: Birth, Marriage & Death; and The Dark Ages,...
On this deluxe edition album, two creative legends celebrate classic jazz songs with an authentic sound and an artful modern twist.