My mother and father have long made it clear what their wishes are for when their times come — except for when it comes to their online footprints.
For once, a celebrity says sorry in a way that could make the world a little bit better.
A 71-year-old man from California talks about what it's like to live seven decades with what he calls xenomelia.
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Some people are better at navigating cocktail parties, family gatherings, and office meetings. And, as it turns out, they are better at the Internet, too.
Children’s birthday parties are getting more and more extravagant. Here’s how we let it happen.
Take a look at this video. These are the people the Chinese government thinks shouldn't get open access to the Internet.
Australians are generally a forgiving lot so it could be some solace for those offended by the decision to award Prince Philip a Knighthood that Mr. Abbott...
Social media is indeed electronic graffiti, but the big mistake is not in paying too much attention to it, but in paying too little, writes Collette Snowden.
Because discovering purpose in our lives should be something that’s fun and interesting, not a chore.
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Welcome to the SBS News Morning Wrap. Here's a look at the top stories this Friday, January 30, 2015.
Tributes are flowing for acclaimed author Colleen McCullough, who has died aged 77.
Australian-based friends of a South African couple killed in an apparent axe-attack have expressed shock and grief at news of their deaths.
A cat in Florida has had surgery after apparently clawing its way out of his grave following a collision with a car.
Australian and Papua New Guinean researchers say they have discovered a treatment that completely cures one of the most common strains of malaria worldwide.
When Norway’s largest newspaper Aftenposten sent three young fashion bloggers to Phnom Penh to work for a month at a clothing factory, they came back transformed.