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Momentum is building towards a pan-Pacific trade agreement, representatives of Australia and the United States said Saturday as talks between trade ministers...
A mother of four and former Adelaide resident imprisoned in Uzbekistan has become the focus of a global campaign that has seen more than 200,000 people from 120...
A Google executive set a new record Friday by jumping successfully from near the top of the stratosphere - some 135,000 feet, or 41,000 metres high, his project...
The final social media postings of the teenage gunman in Friday's US school shooting had offered a chilling forewarning of the carnage he was preparing to unleash...
Gaming giant Intralot will hand back its licence to sell scratchies and other gaming products in Victoria.
The head of the AMA has criticised the government for keeping Australians in the dark about its plans to help deal with and respond to cases of Ebola.
The United States is destabilising the global world order by trying to enforce its will, Russian President Vladimir Putin says, warning that the world will face...

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Never-before-seen British intelligence reports reveal Australia's most controversial journalist, Wilfred Burchett, was under the intense surveillance of British...
In a world first, doctors at Sydney's St Vincent's Hospital have restarted a heart that had stopped beating and transplanted it, giving hope that heart...
A beauty contest of a different kind took place in China.
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30th Anniversary Special
Tuesday 9.30pm | Repeat Wednesday 2pm | SBS One

It’s 30 years since Dateline first went on air and this week's program is a special edition looking back at the stories, people and places that have made the program what it is since 1984.

More than 55 of the world’s leading fashion houses will be showcasing their one-off masterpieces at the Art Gallery of South Australia this summer. The exhibition, Fashion Icons, will house nearly a hundred iconic haute couture pieces spanning eight decades by high-end designers including Christian Dior, Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, Givency, Yamamoto and Yves Saint Laurent.

In pictures: Sculpture by the Sea

The 18th Sculpture by the Sea exhibition opened in Bondi today running until 9 November 2014.
Canada's parliament is in lockdown after a gunman shot a soldier outside before storming into the building, police say.
Diwali, the Festival of Lights, marks victory over evil and commemorates the time when Hindu god Lord Rama achieved victory over Ravana and returned to his kingdom Ayodhya.
Legendary fashion designer Oscar de la Renta, famous for the classic lines of his formal wear, has died at 82, US media reported Monday. The Dominican-born American fashion icon dressed first ladies and other fashionistas for decades. He trained in Spain, as an apprentice to Cristobal Balenciaga.
On 5 December 1972, Gough Whitlam became the first Labor Prime Minister since 1949. He and Deputy Prime Minister Lance Barnard were sworn into all portfolios, Whitlam holding 13 and Barnard 14. This 'mini-ministry' made 40 significant decisions, including the immediate release of all draft resisters, the removal of troops from Vietnam and the recognition of Communist China.
One of Australia’s most prominent political figures, former prime minister Gough Whitlam, has died aged 98. He was Australia’s 21st prime minister serving from 1972 to 1975.
Joko Widodo has been inaugurated as Indonesia's president in a ceremony attended by foreign dignitaries including John Kerry and Tony Abbott.
In an exclusive interview with Living Black, Olympic icon Kathy Freeman opens up about her life, family and extraordinary career. These extracts are all taken from the interview, to air in full on SBS ONE at 5pm on Monday, October 20.
The mayor of the Blue Mountains says the community, devastated by bushfires a year ago, has only just begun its long road to recovery.