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The 27 European Union leaders meet in Rome on the 60th anniversary of the bloc's founding treaty, and endorse a declaration of intent they hope will last a decade.
From travel bans, wiretapping, claims of colluding with Russia and ongoing protests at home - the new President of the United States has had a rocky start to his term...
A Melbourne-based Syrian refugee has launched a magazine as a way to connect recent arrivals and help her community overcome feelings of isolation and loneliness.
Any film, no matter what, can be elevated by a little Acca Dacca.
The secret's out! Julia and Sam have passed the Eurovision hosting baton to Joel Creasey and Myf Warhurst. And boy are they ready for Kyiv.
This multi award-winning drama based on the best seller by John le Carre is set at the height of the Arab Spring where the hotel night manager, Jonathan Pine (Tom...
Energetic, courageous and stubborn, Dicte certainly has a different way of approaching cases. Her determination means that she constantly clashes with Wagner, a...
As the effects of the new diet kick in and the sugar withdrawal symptoms start to recede, the celebs meet their meat, working closely with the farm's livestock and...
The award-winning cookbook author's passion for Italy inspired home bakers for more than 30 years.
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With a clever balance of humour and emotion, this compelling drama series tells the story of a family in 1970s Italy, against a setting of growing mafia violence.
When it comes to movies, there's something for everybody on SBS, SBS VICELAND, NITV and SBS On Demand. Find out what's screening where and when.
For the love of God don’t make the same mistakes I did.
"The word conveyed that gay people were not the ones suffering from an emotional problem; their oppressors were," he said.
Starting 6pm Monday April 3 on SBS, can the passion of a home cook beat the skills of the professional? Let's find out... #TheChefsLine
Comedian, writer, actress and political commentator Samantha Bee brings her sassy, smart and satirical point of view to a range of current and relevant issues in...
What drives you?

Patrick Abboud is driven to tell stories that inspire change. 

 

SBS has teamed up with Holden to support the drivers of change. Tell us how you would drive change in your community for a chance to win a $50,000 grant.

Or is it all a strange, strange coincidence...
Fight among yourselves. Racists, sexist, bigots—Can Australia’s queer community really call itself inclusive?
Michael Portillo discovers how an Edwardian Briton brought 'the beautiful game' to the historic port of Genoa. He's ambushed by singers of the city's legendary...
Unicode are planning on releasing 69 (nice) new emojis this year. Comedian Kara Schlegl knows that emojis are going to become more and more relied on as a...
The blockbuster will portray a character questioning their sexuality.
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Dr Chris van Tulleken knows drugs save lives, but he believes Britain's prescription drug binge is dangerous. To find solutions, he takes over part of a busy GP...
David Cronenberg’s visceral tale of mind-control assassins is a genre-bending world of distinctive weirdness.
It's the new era of audio and like many mediums before it, podcasts bring fresh scope for addiction and for opting out of real life.
They might look like your regular nannas, but the grannies on Food Network's new Clash of the Grandmas are fierce, fun and dangerously flirty - and they’ll stop...
The Big Fix team attempt to tackle one of the biggest rural crimes in the UK, and work to find a way to build a BMX bicycle for a young boy who was born with no...
Lavish arranged marriages and huge dowries can come with a hidden cost: a person's wellbeing and in some cases, their life.
#WalkWithUs - Indigenous Stories
Carly 'CeeJay' Wallace has been making some hilarious and witty videos online just for fun for a while now, but her latest video has just reached over 200,000 views!
For five years now, IndigenousX has been an invaluable, trusted and powerful platform for the voices of Indigenous people. NITV is having a look at some of the...
Living Black takes a look at Terri Janke, providing a rare insight into the mind and motivation behind this amazingly successful woman in both her work and...
Through the storytelling and languages of 10 diverse First Nations' women, NITV marks International Women's Day from an Indigenous perspective. #IWD2017
NITV has put together a list of 20 trailblazing Indigenous women who have changed Australia.
Indigneous pro surfer makes the cover of Tracks magazine, almost three years after a rival magazine ran an article calling him "ape-ish".
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The World Game
The LIVE football continues on SBS this week, headlined by Western Sydney Wanderers playing host to the in-form Melbourne City in A-League action.
Australia coach Ange Postecoglou stunned many when he selected 18-year-old Adelaide United rookie Riley McGree in his squad for the crucial 2018 FIFA World Cup...
SBS's coverage of the Premier League continues - with the Merseyside derby between Liverpool and Everton, and fellow title contenders Tottenham Hotspur,...
All the information about SBS's coverage of the Premier League, which commences with the 2016-2017 campaign.
Socceroos icon Harry Kewell is renowned for his time at Liverpool, but has revealed he endured a "horrible time" with the Premier League giants which caused him...
All the information about SBS's coverage of the A-League for the 2016-2017 season.
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Long Reads
Ed Husic is known to some as 'the minister for basketball', to others as the first federal MP sworn in on the Quran. He became the first ever Muslim frontbencher under...
Nhill is now home to 200 Karen refugees from Myanmar. Far from dividing locals, the huge influx of newcomers – many of whom arrived traumatised, unfamiliar with...
A dux of her school, with marks that could send her to Australia’s most elite universities, Afghan-born refugee Kbora Ali instead made a ground-breaking decision:...
The kickbacks, cover-ups and constant surveillance at China’s state media juggernaut – as revealed by a woman seeking asylum in Australia.
Two women break decades of silence on their ordeal in the care of Australia's worst paedophile priest – and their disappointment with Cardinal Pell.
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