Decisions made on the other side of the world can have major implications for local workers and communities. Just look at Victoria's Hazelwood power station, now...
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And we're off - it's the first truly ridiculous interview of the election.
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Does Jan really know where she is from?
If you're living in Australia then you have benefited from the demise and destruction of Indigenous culture. So why is it so hard to say sorry, asks Brooke Boney.
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Donald Trumps of the world

The US isn't the only country fawning over an anti-immigration nut job.
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Why do politicians bother with shock jocks?
Research like the Economic Social Impact Survey from The Salvos requires a human face in order to sell the story. But after the Duncan Storrar saga, who would...
If we are to succeed on the world stage, we must embrace our diversity as a strength.
We need to rethink how we best support disaster-prone nations, especially in resilience and risk mitigation investments, writes Foreign Minister Julie Bishop.
The UN is about to rule on the territorial dispute between the Philippines and China in the South China Sea.
Aung San Suu Kyi's language towards Rohingya Muslims has attracted attention in Myanmar. But was the world expecting too much from The Lady, asks Shona Yang.
Two weeks into a protracted election campaign, it is looking ever-more likely that climate change is to be placed way down the order of business – at least for...
Australia's compulsory voting system is burdened with arbitrary rules and barriers — and it's got to change.
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The baby boomers and generation y have more similarities than differences.
Australia is a nation of pet owners. Yet as the popularity of apartment living grows, this culture is increasingly at risk from strata regulations that restrict...
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If you're living in Australia then you have benefited from the demise and destruction of Indigenous culture. So why is it so hard to say sorry, asks Brooke Boney.
Olympian Safwan Khalil is a fighter in every sense of the word - a taekwondo athlete whose Lebanese heritage helped him establish a solid work ethic.

Australia's first piano revealed

For the first time in its 230-year history, Australia’s first piano will soon be on show to the public since it arrived on the First Fleet.
An exemption to a long-standing tradition in Switzerland has prompted education authorities to hand down a controversial ruling for Muslim students.
Cultural heritage can play a major part in the success stories of many Australians. This SBS series, Identity Matters, looks at how influences from the motherland...
Research like the Economic Social Impact Survey from The Salvos requires a human face in order to sell the story. But after the Duncan Storrar saga, who would...
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While research has shown around a quarter of Australians are uncomfortable talking about money, Insight discovers some types of wealth are more difficult to...