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The executions of Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan could be further delayed, but Indonesia's president has said 'no way' to a prisoner swap offer.
Labor senator Sam Dastyari intends setting up a Senate inquiry into foreign corruption, using parliament to make allegations against Leighton Holdings.
Three Australian relatives helped British scientists identify the remains of King Richard III, unearthed more than 500 years after they were buried.
Treasurer Joe Hockey says the way to grow the economy is through increasing output, and not by increasing migration.
Twenty-four people have been injured, none critically, as a plane skidded off a runway at La Guardia airport in New York during a snow storm.
A double amputee who survived the Boston Marathon attacks has told a court that one of the alleged attackers brushed past him and dropped a backpack moments...
A man who 'married' a 12-year-old girl is expected to face sentencing proceedings in a Sydney court.

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Most people have heard that Finland leads the world in education, but fewer have heard that Finland’s neighbour, Sweden, is the international leader in early childhood...
Motoring Enthusiast Ricky Muir has delivered his first speech eight months after entering the Senate, saying he pinches himself regularly.
A day after 32 miners died in a blast at a mine in eastern Ukraine the country has observed a day of mourning.

Australia's first $100 stock

Australia's sharemarket is trading at a near seven year high, with a handful of stocks edging closer to the $100 per share level. Which will get there first? SBS...
While the federal government is promising a better life for future generations, some households are fearing the worst.
Canada's central bank is urging citizens to stop defacing their $5 notes in a tribute to deceased actor Leonard Nimoy.
A 31-storey portrait of Indigenous leader William Barak has been unveiled in Melbourne.

Eurovision 2015

This year, the Eurovision Song Contest celebrates its 60th anniversary - and for the first time Australia will compete in the Grand Final.

Relive the moment it was unveiled that Guy Sebastian would represent Australia at Eurovision 2015.
SBS has announced Guy Sebastian will be Australia’s first ever contestant at the Eurovision song contest.

Guy Sebastian's rise to fame

Who is the man who will become Australia's first official Eurovision contestant, carrying the hopes of our nation all the way to Vienna?
He's serenaded the Pope, collaborated with hip hop’s finest and learnt to climb ev’ry mountain.
The self-taught musician holds a pack of wild cards up his heavily tattooed sleeve.

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Australian NBA centre Andrew Bogut has been talking up countryman and soon-to-be fellow San Franciscan Jarryd Hayne to the US media.
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Labor senator Sam Dastyari intends setting up a Senate inquiry into foreign corruption, using parliament to make allegations against Leighton Holdings.
The National Gallery of Australia has appointed a former High Court judge to examine the provenance of 54 items in its Asian art collection.
Overall security for next year's Rio Olympic Games will be handled by Brazilian police including protection of venues.
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About 200 Hong Kong protesters have clashed with pro-government supporter in Yuen Long, close to the border with China, demonstrating against mainland parallel traders. The protesters claimed the parallel traders caused a nuisance in the neighbourhood, and have pushed up the prices of daily necessities.
Thousands of people have marched in Moscow to honour Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov who was shot dead on Friday.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe celebrated his 91st birthday with a million-dollar bash attended by thousands of faithful party supporters.
More than 260 people have been killed in a series of avalanches triggered by heavy snowfall around Afghanistan this week, according to officials. The bulk of the deaths have come in Panjshir province, north of Kabul.

In pictures: Brit Awards 2015

Musicians turn out for the 2015 Brit Awards held at The O2 Arena, London
Hollywood stars arrive for the 87th annual Academy Awards ceremony at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California, USA, 22 February 2015.
Lunar New Year celebrations are in full swing, but for many of our early Asian migrants, there wasn’t time or opportunity to celebrate when they first arrived.
Bone-chilling cold in the US Midwest shattered records in Chicago on Thursday, closing schools and starting its trudge eastward to an already frozen Boston and New York.
Asian communities around the world celebrate the Lunar New Year, also called the Spring Festival, on 19 February, ushering in the Year of the Goat, according to the traditional twelve year zodiac cycle.