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Almost 200 refugees out of the 500 released into the community on Nauru have been arrested and locked up following protests.
The latest intergenerational report shows people will be living longer over the next 40 years but must be prepared to work longer.
US ambassador to South Korea, Mark Lippert, has been slashed with a razor in an attack at a breakfast function in Seoul.
A group of Korean students studying in the US decided to share their heritage in the best way possible... through K-pop DANCE!
FIFA president Sepp Blatter has called for teams to be punished with points deductions and relegations if its fans are found guilty of racism.
One of the great bands, KISS, is currently touring Japan. Their legendary front man just recommended this SBS Food recipe on Facebook.
Australian Michael Matthews will lead the Orica-GreenEDGE squad in the Paris-Nice.
It was the first time in Eurovision history a non-European country had been asked to perform.
The Backburner (satire) writes: “The urinal is the perfect metaphor for unity. Everyone standing side by side, urinating while standing the way every human does."
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WATCH first online: Detective Winckler investigates a wave of strange murders that are linked to a former crime squad legend. Who is digging up the bodies?
When it comes to movies, there's something for everybody on SBS ONE, SBS 2, NITV and On Demand. Find out what's screening where and when.
On Girlhood, Boyhood and sending out an SOS to Rihanna. The director of one of most anticipated movies of this year's French Film Festival talks to SBS.
Anti-coal activist Jonathan Moylan sent a fake press release causing a temporary 314 million slump in the value of Whitehaven Coal.
Comedian Alice Fraser wanted to address women and speak to them as a woman, woman to woman, about being a woman.
When it comes to choosing the ideal Aussie candidate, how could we look past a singer who’s serenaded the Pope and collaborated with hip hop’s finest?
Mardi Gras 2015
SBS is bringing the parade exclusively from the streets of Sydney to lounge rooms across the country in a special event broadcast. SBS ONE 8.30pm, 8th March.
From bratwurst and beef polpette to fruit and walnut fritole, we're munching on meatballs, succumbing to sausages and devouring our favourite fig desserts.
Coming soon, in a network first, SBS Online will be offering the opportunity to experience the glitz and glamour of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras as never...
Back in 1978, the first Mardi Gras parade started as a violent police riot. Australia has come a long way.
As the Melbourne Queer Film Festival approaches its 25th anniversary, outgoing director Lisa Daniel talks 2015 highlights and her all-time LGBTI favourites.
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Australia's first ever Eurovision contestant

Guy Sebastian is on the road to Vienna, after being announced as Australia’s first ever entrant in the Eurovision song contest.

The World Game
Brisbane Roar got its AFC Champions League campaign back on track with a historic 1-0 victory over Urawa Red Diamonds in a Group G match in Saitama on Wednesday night....
Australia defender Alex Wilkinson said he expected Socceroos fans to put the national team under enormous pressure to reach the FIFA World Cup in 2018 after its...
Crystal Palace midfielder Mile Jedinak will serve a four-game suspension after he accepted a Football Association (FA) charge of violent conduct.
An ugly touchline spat between Hull City boss Steve Bruce and Sunderland counterpart Gus Poyet could have ramifications with the Football Association.
Guangzhou Evergrande avenged last season's AFC Champions League exit to Western Sydney by beating the Wanderers 3-2 in a Group H match at Parramatta Stadium on...
Now that Australia has got the monkey off its back and won a first major honour in Socceroos history, it is expected to lead the way and fly the flag for Asia in...
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Movies
From legendary martial arts director Tsui Hark comes this action epic starring Jet Li. Dragon Inn is the rumoured location of a lost city buried under the desert, and...
Get into the spirit of Mardi Gras with a great batch of indie movies that deal with coming out and living it up. First week of March on SBS 2 and SBS On Demand.
In Ancient China, Drizzle (Michelle Yeoh) is the most deadly and ruthless assassin. After a life of theft and murder, she seeks to atone for her ways. She starts...
Follows 8 teens and pre-teens as they work their way toward the finals of the Scripps Howard national spelling bee championship in Washington D.C.
In this concert film, the Monty Python troupe perform many of their greatest sketches from Monty Python’s Flying Circus and two specials.
Jackie Chan stars as Asian Hawk, an Indiana Jones-style adventurer looking to make a fortune in exotic antiquities. After Hawk discovers a mysterious sword in...
500 movies of summer. Open 24 hours.

500 free movies are waiting for you at SBS On Demand right now. Available around the clock, for up to a year!

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Comment & Analysis
Since the attempted Liberal leadership spill in February, many exciting new contenders have leapt to the nation's notice. Cartoonist and comedian David Blumenstein...
We need to think more innovatively about how we respond to the hidden epidemic of domestic violence.
Strap yourself in for a wild ride on the redundancy rollercoaster.
Women's wages are two to 10 years behind their male counterparts, and when you throw sexual orientation into the mix it gets even worse.
Tony Abbott may have survived a leadership spill, but as the public continues to scrutinise each captain's call, Insight asks – what makes a great leader?
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Best-selling author Peter FitzSimons reveals the heroes and villains of racial clashes over 170 years, and how these riots have instigated political change.
Authentic Mexican recipes for fresh home-cooked meals, along with Daniella Germain’s beautiful illustrations and fond memories of her beloved grandfather.
Caravan-friendly recipes from savouries, soups and salads to pasta, meat, seafood and sweet treats for dessert, with handy ‘how to’ sections for novice cooks.
Discover the causes behind the deaths of thousands of young airmen during WWII, not in battle but in catastrophic accidents and training crash incidents.
This collector’s keepsake uncovers the Gallipoli campaign using newly researched content, including removable documents and memorabilia.
Love the new movie and books and looking for more? Music selected by author E L James, featuring 15 pieces of classical music found in the Fifty Shades book trilogy.
SBS celebrates the Year of the Sheep

Explore the traditions and excitement of one of the world’s largest cultural celebrations with SBS.