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One Nation leader Pauline Hanson has refused to apologise for suggesting autistic children should be removed from mainstream classrooms.
Emmanuel Marcon heads to his first European Union summit amid anxiety from world leaders about Britain's looming exit from the bloc and concerns about defence.
The Senate looks set for another late night debate to pass the Turnbull government's Gonski 2.0 plan.
Four 20-somethings are followed over the course of a single pay period to see how they live, spend, struggle and thrive in the competitive city of Toronto.
We take a look at the Socceroos players who have recently been on the up and on the move.
Ellen Page and Ian Daniel head to Washington DC for the Women's March, taking a look into what the Trump administration could mean for the LGBTQI community.
"I just felt completely and utterly disconnected to you and your world. There's no thinking 'next minute, hour or day' like you do when you have the luxury of your own...
There's an egg flipping party trick, how to cook a soft-boiled egg and the kitchen gadget you'll never live without again.
Oscar-winning writer-director Oliver Stone conducts revealing interviews with Vladimir Putin, who has never before spoken at length to a Western interviewer.
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Dateline investigates the world of child sexual exploitation in the Philippines, where children as young as 7 are being sexually abused and sold to paedophiles.
Armed with his Bradshaw’s guide, Michael Portillo continues his journey through southern Scotland and admires the Forth Rail Bridge.
Join SBS’s exclusive community, The Exchange, have your say on SBS programs and help us shape our channels and platforms for your chance to win 1 of 10 $100 gift...
Elite investigators from Belgium, Denmark and Germany join forces to probe a string of murders in this gripping European crime thriller. Are the killings random,...
An inspirational story of courage and resilience, that reveals the importance of breaking the silence to rediscover your voice.
New years mark new beginnings, but new beginnings aren’t always pain free – as a newly brace-faced Benjamin is discovering.
The Young Pope

Get hooked on the critically acclaimed series created and directed by Paolo Sorrentino. Starring Jude Law and Diane Keaton, binge the complete season now at SBS On Demand.

Slowly simmered for up to nine hours, it's an addictively sweet way to cement a friendship.
It sounds like an episode of 'Black Mirror'.
Today marks ten years exactly since the beginning of the Northern Territory Intervention, a $587 million Commonwealth government package that stripped Australia’s...
If we fight for the new Wonder Woman, Gal Gadot’s wage, this doesn't mean we are fighting for our an increase in our own pay, writes Helen Razer.
For the cabbage white, sex involves sperm packages of ungodly size, genitals that double as a souped-up stomach, and an unexpected set of chewing jaws.
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I'm Your Man - Aussie boxing legends
Innovative SBS project I’m Your Man explores the diverse history of some of Australia’s best-known boxing legends. Enter the ring and fight alongside the boxers.
The life (so far) of boxer Billy Dib, documented in the lead up to Australia Day 2016 by SBS.
A Muslim woman who backs gay rights. A bare-shouldered boxer, head uncovered, beside hijab-wearing relatives. “I’m different,” she says. "I'm different!"...
"To map Australia’s boxing legacy is to also map the history of some of our country's most socio-economically disadvantaged. To these men boxing is not just a...
For years, young Indigenous boxers fought in 'a round or two for a pound or two', touring tent boxing circuses. Legendary talents were born under these tents such...
Offering free boxing lessons for Indigenous children every week, the program has attracted descendants of Aboriginal boxing legends such as Lionel Rose and...
#WalkWithUs - Indigenous Stories
This 4-year-old Adnyamathanha girl is using her culture to help save sacred spot, Yungapunganah, from being turned into a nuclear waste site.
The city of Sydney is doused in frills, heels and florals for Fashion Week 2017, and yesterday, major model and celebrity, Samantha Harris stole the show.
Essendon forward Orazio Fantasia grew up idolising Adelaide Crows champion Andrew McLeod, but it’s another Indigenous star who he says everyone wants to be like.
Read about Brittini Cameron's career trajectory as she secured a VET Cadet role with Transport for NSW, which gave her the stability and long-term prospects a new...
Sparks fly as families come together for the Christmas dinner in Nakkiah Lui’s Black is the New White. Prudence Upton Huw Griffiths, University of Sydney
The Point spoke with lawyer, human rights advocate and prisoner rights campaigner Martin Hodgson who is supporting Goreng Goreng man Kevin Henry who for 25 years...
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Long Reads
Take 24 single people from diverse backgrounds. Add poverty, disabilities and old age, then house them among drug dealers and creeping mould. A recipe for chaos? Not...
In July 2013 three young, fit soldiers died on a Welsh mountain during an SAS selection march. Among them was Tasmanian-raised James Dunsby, who had served with...
Picture a sculptor working in a Melbourne warehouse. Do you picture a 101-year-old? Awestruck critics say Erwin Fabian's art is becoming more lyrical as his epic...
An island-owning, multimillionaire yoga guru known as Swami Ramdev is one of India’s most influential people. The right-wing nationalist Hindu televangelist...
When Reverend Bill Crews agreed to offer sanctuary in the grounds of his church to a small bronze statue, he had no idea what he was getting into – that he would...
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