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A NSW man has been charged for allegedly posting racist comments on Nova Peris' Facebok page. He claims his account was hacked.
A man has been arrested after three bodies, two of them children, were found at a rural property north of Adelaide.
Reports have been confirmed that Labor has chosen former NITV senior reporter and NT Senator to take the seat vacated by Nova Peris in the July 2 Federal Election.
Rodrigo Duterte has pledged to rid the Philippines of crime and corruption - his way. Watch Dateline this Tuesday on SBS to see the politician's wild ride to the top.
Olympiacos striker Alan Pulido has reportedly been kidnapped in Mexico, with officials confirming an operation is under way to determine his whereabouts.
Many parents of newborn babies request visitors be vaccinated for whooping cough, as part of the #NoVaxNoVisit campaign. But is it really necessary?
Using ketamine to treat chronic pain following surgery is a cheaper and safer alternative to commonly prescribed conventional painkillers, according to new research.
Watch this Australian tourism ad to learn about the beautiful (mostly bleached) Great Barrier Reef and the great deals some (refugees) families can get on a visit to...
Michael Mosley interrogates the experts about whether meat is bad for us and Dr Saleyha Ahsan hears from survivors about the little-known killer, sepsis.
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The Merriam-Webster says a hot dog is a sandwich but most people disagree.
The rare military-issue machine, used to send top secret messages between Hitler and his generals, was gathering dust in a shed in England.
Vincenzo Nibali cemented his reputation as one of the great grand tour riders when he claimed his second Giro d'Italia victory.
Family members have alleged Ramya Krishna's husband murdered her for her dowry.
Here's your complete guide to find out what movies to watch across SBS, SBS 2, NITV and On Demand this week and when.
The killing of a gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo after a four-year-old boy tumbled into the ape's enclosure triggered outrage and questions about safety.
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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...
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.
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...
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...
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...
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