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A Sydney suburb has become the scene of a dramatic police search, after a spate of robberies and attempted car-jackings by armed bandits.
The Prime Minister may have wanted a mature discussion, but the week in politics started out as anything but.
Could our susceptibility to fatal virus infections, such as Ebola, be determined by a genetic predisposition?
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Prepare to be up all night, every night watching movies: SBS On Demand has super-sized for a year, with more than 400 movies available now.
'Insolence and Wine' - As Gibson takes control of the hunt, the realisation that his perfect kill is tainted pushes Spector into looking for his next victim.
Thursdays on SBS ONE: Matthew Evans discovers the truth about Australia's seafood and reveals what we should be eating and why.
Austria's Matthias Brandle has set a new hour record of 51.850km in Switzerland, breaking the record Germany's Jens Voigt set in September.
Football fans are in for a double treat over two weekends of the Hyundai A-League with two Saturday night showdowns to be broadcast on SBS ONE, HD and online.
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We’ve hollowed-out pumpkins, turned sheets into “ghosts”, and catered to our fair share of trick-or-treaters. This year we’re ditching Halloween for Mexico’s Día de...
Now that we're adults the ghost and goblins of children's horror stories have been replaced with new more terrible horrors. For Halloween comedian Brydie Lee...
Rachel rustles up sticky chicken, coated with a delicate lavender and lemon glaze.
'Insolence and Wine' - As Gibson takes control of the hunt, the realisation that his perfect kill is tainted pushes Spector into looking for his next victim.
When Australian singer and TV personality Mark Holden appeared as a clown recently, his supposedly “bizarre” behaviour sparked furious debate, writes Fiona Gregory.
Richard Ayoade doesn't find life easy. Cooking, shopping, moving house, going out or even staying in involve far too much effort. Enter the gadgets.
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Turns out, the reasons people love and hate their work are largely the same across sectors.
Nine months on and the project has hit rock-bottom. Charlie is fast learning that any solution must also include the poor peasant family squatting on his land.
Is our weather really getting more extreme? Some research says storms have been getting faster and more powerful. Could we see 'Black Swan hurricanes'?
The commercial flight cabin as we know it may be on its way out, writes Zach Wener-Fligner.
Comedian Omar Sakr thinks we need to step up our Halloween game if for no other reason than the amazingly absurd myth behind the Jack O'Lantern.
Hidden camera footage has revealed just how much a woman gets harassed on the street by men in a typical day.
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Despite taking a one-goal advantage into Sunday's (AEDT) AFC Champions League second leg, Western Sydney Wanderers realises only an improved performance from the home...
Whether you are a player or a coach, this A-League checklist is a must-have armchair accompaniment to all the action.
Australia captain Mile Jedinak has side-stepped any form of self-congratulation after being statistically acclaimed the fifth best player in Europe and the top...
Melbourne City says adios to departing David Villa as it hosts in-form Adelaide United, the Sky Blues look to continue their unbeaten run against Central Coast...
What could go wrong in 140 characters? An awful lot, as any of these professional footballers will attest. From hefty fines to expulsion from tournaments and even...
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When it comes to movies, there's something for everybody on SBS ONE, SBS 2 and On Demand. Find out what's screening where and when.
Bruce Campbell stars as Ash, a hapless housewares clerk time-warped back to the Dark Ages by the demonic power of the Necronomicon.
19-year-old Laura works part-time but cannot make ends meet at uni. Out of options, she responds to the personal ad of middle-aged Joe, who agrees to pay for ...
Host of The Feed and popular film critic Marc Fennell presents the best in cult, action, thriller and horror movies from around the world every Wednesday in October.
Nikita, a punk-junkie sociopath is sentenced to life imprisonment for viciously and cold bloodedly killing a Parisian cop. Watch the full movie here.
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At some stage, you will die. You may not know the time, date or circumstance of your death, but you do know it’s inevitable. Contemplating this fact can be...
There are a couple of things you might have learnt in science class that aren't quite right.
As the host of the G20, Australia sent out all the wrong signals by allowing Rupert Murdoch to lecture the world’s leading finance ministers on tax.
Farming cattle in northern Australia can be tough, especially in times of drought, but producers are increasingly turning to digital technologies to help them...
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Break-out operatic soprano Pumeza blends opera classics with luxurious orchestral arrangements of songs from her home, South Africa.
A definitive Chinese cookbook filled with 180 home-style regional recipes from this fascinating foodie nation. Make your own delicious feasts at home.
40-tracks of beautiful classical songs, arias and vocal favourites, sung by some of the biggest names in classical music and opera.
Recipes and memories will delight foodies and travellers alike, as one half of The Incredible Spice Men explores the cuisine and culture of India’s vibrant city.
A fresh and inspiring cookbook that cherishes the ingredients that come with the seasons, Sweden's most famous cooking family take you on a culinary adventure.
50 classical hits from the land of legend, ranging from cheerful Scottish anthems to dramatic orchestral overtures and pop songs.
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