Fresh fires broke out Wednesday in the "Jungle" camp on the second day of operations to tear down the squalid settlement in northern France, sending migrants fleeing...
Former Australia captain Lucas Neill has been urged to resurface from self-imposed exile and embrace the game again by his former Socceroos team-mate Stan Lazaridis.
A teenager whose luscious mullet went viral online is now suing several media outlets claiming they exposed him to ridicule.
“If you're lucky enough to be different, don't ever change,” Senegalese teenager Khoudia Diop tells her 250,000 Instagram followers.
Why might her husband soon walk free? Her mother wants answers.
Cremated ashes must be stored in a holy, church-approved place, according to the new guidelines.
Catch up on this week's Who Do You Think You Are as Jane Turner - best known for her alter ego Kath Day-Knight from Kath and Kim - finds herself in surprising places...
Tony Robinson uses drones to reveal a village erased from the maps, a supermarket without any customers, and a platform in the ocean that claims to be an independent...
Comedian Michele Lim knows that in 2016, technology has progressed, and so have our fears. Here's the top 10 real horrors of the digital age.
Dreamworld will remain closed on Wednesday while police examine how four people were killed on a 30-year-old water raft ride at the Gold Coast theme park. Brother and...
"I don't intend to let anybody tell me I'm too fat to look good on stage."
You love a cuppa, we love a cuppa. But what’s so great about a bunch of leaves in hot water?
In some areas, less than 5% of live corals remain.
As debate rages in Australia about tick-borne illnesses, this week's Insight asks: how much can a bite from one of these critters affect our health?
Dateline investigates what the Philippines President, Rodrigo Duterte's tough justice really looks like and talks to assassins who say they work for the police.
Casting call-out

Do old wounds heal? SBS is looking for participants for a unique, upcoming documentary series. 

Use your voice to unlock each chapter in Angelina Joshua’s story. Angelina is a young Aboriginal woman living in Ngukurr who is dedicated to preserving her critically...
Political cartoonist Sam Wallman presents daily street portraits of every-day manifestations of the US Presidential election campaign.
New and improved, The World Game app is your one-stop high quality content destination for the latest football news, videos and scores.
Here's a sample of magnificient light displays from around the globe as people from various faiths and cultures celebrate Diwali.
"I need your help," pleads a young boy at the window, in the eerie teaser trailer for Rachel Perkins' Jasper Jones.
The World Game
The live football continues on SBS this week, with both the A-League and Premier League reigning champions, Adelaide United and Leicester City, in action.
Australia's Ange Postecoglou has revealed that one of the few low points of his coaching career was the day he had to tell Socceroos hero Lucas Neill he was not...
The Premier League continues on SBS, headlined by another blockbuster involving fierce rivals Manchester United and Arsenal on Saturday November 19.
All the information about SBS's coverage of the A-League for the 2016-2017 season.
The consortium behind the bid for a second A-League team in Brisbane are just "two or three meetings away" from tabling a formal expression of interest to...
All the information about SBS's coverage of the Premier League, which commences with the 2016-2017 campaign.
Free Movies, Trailers, Reviews
Slip on your toga, strap on your air guitar and get ready to take a trip through 40 years of youth culture on screen with SBS 2's "Young and Wild" movie season.
Coming soon to SBS, a superb selection of acclaimed true stories from around the world, from an Oscar-winning slavery drama to a high stakes financial thriller.
When it comes to movies, there's something for everybody on SBS, SBS 2, NITV and SBS On Demand. Find out what's screening where and when.
Deepika Padukone refuses to bow to international stereotypes.
Here comes the waterworks. The animated short "Borrowed Time", by two Pixar animators, is making its online debut on Vimeo.
Reichardt puts women in the driver's seat for story of substance.
Long Reads
When Matthew Gardiner returned alive three months later, Australian Federal Police were waiting. What really happened on the front line? A year on, he breaks his silence.
The kickbacks, cover-ups and constant surveillance at China’s state media juggernaut – as revealed by a woman seeking asylum in Australia.
You don’t want to go there. A wild 150km between Colombia and Panama is the missing link for desperate migrants trying to reach the US. It’s life or death,...
Australia’s worst paedophile priest, Father Gerald Ridsdale, once lived with a young clergyman who is now Cardinal George Pell. As the Cardinal prepares to give...