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The Reserve Bank of Australia has cut its official cash rate by 25 basis points to 2 per cent.
A powerful earthquake has rattled Papua New Guinea and officials are warning a tsunami is possible.
A teenager accused of planning an Islamic State-inspired terrorism attack in Melbourne needs mentoring and support, his barrister says.
Australia striker Tomi Juric announced the must-win AFC Champions League encounter against Guangzhou Evergrande in China tonight will be his final game for the club.
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Michael Mosley and his team of doctors tackle questions about our health and wellbeing, providing answers to the medical questions we face everyday.
The Coffee Trail - Adventurer and journalist Simon Reeve heads to Vietnam to uncover the stories behind our morning pick-me-up.
The South Australian opposition has called on the state government to clarify the future of the Tour Down Under.
Could Nepal have done more to prepare for the predicted earthquake? This week's Dateline hears the personal stories and reveals the country's political faultlines.
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Vinka Barunga is a proud Worora woman, determined to be the first Aboriginal doctor in her community – but definitely not the last.
Some Australians are doing it tough, and those voices aren’t always heard. Tristan is helping other young people turn their lives around.
The SBS Foundation supports Australian charities and community organisations by providing advertising time on television. Applications are now open.
This year’s Giro d’Italia will not only be live on your TV and streamed through the Cycling Central website. For the first time, we’ve also launched a SBS Giro d...
'Matilda and Eleanor' - In the medieval and Tudor world there was no question in peoples' minds about the order of God's creation - men ruled and women didn't.
This episode uses stunning CGI to strip apart comets - peeling away the dusty coma and the famous tail to explore the secrets of these mysterious visitors from...
SBS presents 'The Boat'

On the 40th anniversary of the fall of Saigon, SBS presents 'The Boat' - an interactive graphic novel about escape after the Vietnam War. Based on the story by Nam Le, adapted by Matt Huynh, with sound by Sam Petty.

Based on the story by Nam Le adaptation by Matt Huynh, 'The Boat' is now an interactive online graphic novel.
New York-based Sydney artist Matt Huynh​, whose parents also fled Vietnam following the war, illustrated the story.
The story follows a 16-year-old refugee fleeing the fall of Saigon and her journey from boat to refugee camp.
Telling Nam Le's story in a new way, 40 years since the fall of Saigon.
SBS Movies profiles renowned Australian movie sound designer Sam Petty's involvement in making 'The Boat'.
Dateline's Calliste Weitenberg hears more stories of those who escaped Vietnam and now call Australia home.
The World Game
Is this a grudge match or is this a grudge match? Melbourne Victory, the established southern powerhouse, against Melbourne City, younger and so far less well...
An experienced striker is top of Wellington Phoenix coach Ernie Merrick's wish list as he looks ahead to the next A-League season somewhat sooner than expected.
As the city of Milan kicked off Expo 2015 with its customary pomp, flair and style, its most successful football club AC Milan continued to stumble from one...
Chelsea won the English Premier League title for a fourth time after securing an edgy 1-0 win over Crystal Palace on Sunday.
Jose Mourinho's third Premier League title at Chelsea has arrived in a dominant manner and with the approval of Roman Abramovich.
Sporting Braga 'keeper Stanislav Kritsyuk will want to forget this clanger in a hurry.
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Two dangerous outlaws kidnap a family and head south to a seedy Mexican bar to hide out in safety.
From the hilarious comedy troupe Monty Python, comes the story of King Arthur and his knights who embark on a low-budget search for the Grail, encountering many...
This is a day-in-the-life documentary of Jafar Panahi’s experience of being under house arrest in Iran.
Joe Young is a naive young Mormon, serving his mission in LA and needing money to marry his girlfriend. This leads him to a porn film set.
This documentary follows billionaire couple David and Jackie Siegel as they struggle to scale down their grotesquely ostentatious lifestyle following the Global...
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Comment & Analysis
Time and time again, scientifically 'proven' diets have proved false and foolish.
A reduced sense of taste in the air makes meals less enjoyable, and innovation is wanting as food has been phased out as an essential part of the airline experience.
The days are long but the decades are short.
The creatures appear to be desperately in need of food.
Formal wear elicits feelings of power, which change some mental processes.
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This collector’s keepsake uncovers the Gallipoli campaign using newly researched content, including removable documents and memorabilia.
A special tribute to the military efforts of Indigenous people from across Australia, sharing touching personal accounts and family memories.
Explore the First World War from many angles with this DVD collection including Charles Bean's Great War, Doomsday World War I and Fighting The Red Baron.
Starring Gillian Anderson and Jamie Dornan, the Sydney Morning Herald calls The Fall “One of the greatest British TV crime dramas ever made”.
Get the digital album now including all songs in competition this year - with our very own Guy Sebastian singing 'Tonight Again'! CD Coming soon.
Relax and unwind with the smoothest tunes on the planet in this new selection from digital radio station, SBS Chill.