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Lawyers say it's absurd that Baby Ferouz - who was born in a Brisbane hospital - has been deemed an unauthorised boat arrival under Australian law.
'The city's willingness to offer prescription heroin reflects a willingness to provide new opportunities for beleaguered addicts.'
Soon-to-be dads in one province can now sign up free sessions in which they are literally shocked into understanding what their partners are about go through.
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.
From Tuscan stew to almond biscotti, the sassy belle from Abruzzo is winning us over, one glug of extra virgin olive oil at a time.
Victorian Sports Minister Damian Drum confirmed global football giant Real Madrid will take part in Melbourne's International Champions Cup tournament in July 2015.
Find out how well you know your favourite star. Can you guess them just from their Asian pop smile?
Australia is hot and it's only getting hotter. That's why comedian Alice Fraser is here to tell you what to do when it all gets too hot to handle.
Sources close to Tony Abbott have confirmed that the Prime Minister will be asking Santa for coal this Christmas.
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First Contact
After a journey of conflict and discovery, the remaining participants from the First Contact series are reunited for a special forum with a studio audience. Join guest...
When Bo-dene Stieler returned from her journey on SBS's First Contact, her life was turned upside down. But, as she writes in her own words, her experiences on...
The Great Divide: A personal reflection from acclaimed journalist and First Contact host, Ray Martin. The show premieres Tuesday 8.30pm on SBS ONE and NITV.
The communities with the highest proportions of Aboriginal people are inland, far away from Australia's heavily-populated cities and major towns.
Within the first few minutes of SBS's First Contact, 41-year-old Sandy sent Twitter into a flurry with her remarks.
The First Contact interactive map will let you explore the locations visited throughout the series and allow you to dig deeper into Indigenous issues.
Watch Salamander - full series now online

A gang tunnels into a Brussels bank. But only 66 of 800 safes are opened - the rest remain untouched. What were they looking for? Every episode of this gripping drama is at SBS On Demand.

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Comedian Ray Badran works very hard.. at avoiding work. Here is his guide to taking your place in the greatest nation: procrastination.
On Dateline this week: Sex Mountain in Indonesia attracts thousands of Muslim pilgrims, who believe having sex with strangers will bring good fortune.
As their children submit themselves to the ordeal of all-important end-of-year exams, parents of high school and university students may be wondering what they...
VICE travels to Liberia to rummage through the messy remains of a country ravaged by 14 years of civil war.
We have painstakingly picked the top 15 contenders to be an SBS PopAsia presenter, now it's your chance to vote for #1.

The Rise Of Isis

How did ISIS become a major force so quickly? This documentary is a major, in-depth investigation of the brutal terrorist group’s ascent.
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The World Game
Now that Mike Mulvey is gone as Brisbane Roar coach after just seven rounds - and winning the Premiership/Championship double last season - it is time to evaluate how...
Brisbane Roar Managing Director Sean Dobson confirmed the appointment of former Netherlands international Frans Thijssen as interim coach - a day after the...
Selhurst Park again proved an unhappy hunting ground for Liverpool as Crystal Palace earned a 3-1 win in the Premier League, Mile Jedinak netting a stunning 25...
Australia's Socceroos are reeling from the worst year in their long history, yet there is not much use in pointing fingers or pressing the panic button.
The group stage of the world's premier club competition, the UEFA Champions League, continues in late November and you can watch it LIVE on SBS TV and streamed...
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You won't be getting much shut-eye in the next 12 months, thanks to all these free movies - more than 400 online at once.
Based on the true story of three young Aboriginal girls who in 1931 were forcibly removed from their mothers as a part of official 'White Australia' Government...
When Collette is arrested for her part in an aborted IRA bomb plot, she is offered a choice: 25 years in jail or become an informant for MI5.
Two girlfriends on a summer holiday in Spain become enamoured with the same painter, unaware that his ex-wife is about to re-enter the picture.
Jimmy and Fletch discover a curse over a village that turns women into lesbian vampires on their 18th birthday.
An unorthodox Irish policeman with a confrontational personality is teamed up with an uptight FBI agent to investigate an international drug-smuggling ring.
Comment & Analysis
'There’s little the Prime Minister can do to prevent people from drawing analogies with the situation in Thailand.'
It's been hard to keep climate change off the agenda.
As their children submit themselves to the ordeal of all-important end-of-year exams, parents of high school and university students may be wondering what they...
Of course, all this do-gooding is self-reported, so it’s possible that people are making themselves sound better than they are.
What the ages of Nobel Prize winners tell us about creativity
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400 free movies. Open 24hrs.

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

What's The Catch?
If you're dining on fish 'n' chips, here's what you may actually be eating and how to select the more sustainable version.
Learn about some of the big issues surrounding seafood in Australia, as Matthew Evans presents What's the Catch?
Matthew Evans shows the devastating impact of our insatiable demand for prawns and launches a campaign to help us all be part of the solution.
Vote on Twitter using the hashtags #whatsthecatchyes and #whatsthecatchno and watch the tally here on the What's The Catch website.
Blackened skipjack tuna, mussel paella, pickled goldband snapper, fried squid with basil and drunken sardines on toast. Get cooking here.
Matthew Evans learns how fish 'n' chips may put the shark's crucial role in our oceans under threat. What's The Catch airs Thursdays on SBS ONE - or watch now...
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One of the world’s greatest singers in duets with some of pop music’s biggest stars - Bono, Sting, Mariah Carey, Bon Jovi, Sheryl Crow and many more.
Make the exotic familiar with this global culinary adventure, exploring 44 cuisines in over 400 pages of simple, delicious recipes - including 70 new recipes!
This powerful new series reconstructs dramatic stories of real men and women persecuted for their beliefs, drawn from over 500 years of history.
The definitive collection of best-loved operatic arias, from spectacular tenor, Andrea Bocelli.
The second in the landmark series that celebrates the world’s most spectacular island locations and the people and wildlife who call these jewels home.
The ultimate guide to football from Australia's favourite, much-loved pioneering expert on the World Game.
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