Young people are living with their parents longer. And at least 40 per cent of those lucky enough to own their own home are suffering greater mortgage stress...
Even when egg cartons are legally accurate, the government definition of 'free range' might not mean what you think it does.
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The topic of animals in sport is a heated one. But Scott Bennetts thinks his sport should be loved by animal lovers.
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Sarah Houbolt reckons ‘The more we share our stories on TV, the more we can learn about how people with disability invent new ways of doing things’.
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Eight minutes. That is the length of time from the start of the London Bridge attack to the three terrorists being killed by armed police.
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Reporter Laura Murphy-Oates was nominated for a Logie in the category of ‘Most Outstanding News Coverage’. She was stoked – until she heard a voice in her head.
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SBS World News' Kelsey Munro takes a look at what Australian citizens can do that permanent residents can't.
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Australia's monarchist movement is in the overwhelming minority of groups that publicly support the government's proposed changes to citizenship laws.
A decade after the first Karen families arrived, the South Australian city of Mount Gambier is now home to a thriving population of former refugees from Myanmar...
A Rohingya Muslim claims the Australian government offered him thousands of dollars to leave Manus Island offshore detention centre for Myanmar.
It wasn’t exactly instant karma when Beatle John Lennon’s widow, Yoko Ono, heard about a Polish beverage company’s new drink called 'John Lemon'.
Proposed changes to Australia's citizenship laws have angered many community groups, while the government believes the bill adds value to the term 'citizen'.