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Set in 1857, this four-part series tells the as-yet untold true story of the Australian gold rush, from the perspective of Chinese miners who risked everything for a...
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The UN's Environment Programme says government fossil fuel production plans this decade are "dangerously out of sync" with the emissions cuts needed.
With parts of the country reopening and international travel restrictions set to ease, showing proof of vaccination is mandatory at some venues. Here's how to get your...
The term ‘narcissist’ gets used a lot these days as a negative slur to label people on social media, reality TV and politics. And studies show narcissistic traits are...
SBS encourages all Australians to embrace and celebrate a world of difference. Why? Watch this video.
At a time when African Australians are increasingly made to feel that they don't belong in this country, journalist and author Santilla Chingaipe unearths Australia's...
At 15 years old, world champion dancer and year 10 student Tsehay Hawkins is the youngest Wiggle in the group's 30-year history.
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New Gold Mountain
While ‘New Gold Mountain’ is a fictional drama, its characters and situations are rooted in a past and a people who are very real.
The rising Chinese-New Zealand star enjoyed grappling with the moral contradictions of mining camp headman Leung Wei Shing.
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Filming in the heat and dirt of Gold Rush recreation town Sovereign Hill made for a remarkably immersive way to find his Irish immigrant character.
Uncover the rich cultures of First Nations peoples disrupted by the gold rush. Find the stories of those who came to make their fortune.
“In a sense, acting for me kind of embodies the spirit of why they immigrated, to be free to voice things and to take up space.”
COVID-19 and vaccination
As parts of Australia open up and the country fast approaches its major COVID-19 vaccination target, these are the lessons health experts say we can learn from other...
From Tuesday Australians will be able to apply for an international proof of COVID-19 vaccination, allowing for safe overseas travel.
While the easing of COVID-19 restrictions in the coming weeks is being welcomed by many in Australia, some are also experiencing levels of 'reopening anxiety'....
From 11 October, some people in Australia will be able to access a third vaccination, known as a booster shot, to improve their protection against COVID-19. Here...
COVID-19 modelling is forming the backbone of Australia's response to and exit from the pandemic. SBS News asked the experts how models work, about the...
People in Australia are now developing natural immunity to COVID-19 after contracting the disease, but what that means for their ongoing protection - and the...
I’d interpreted for my parents many times before, but this was different. I was going to be responsible for every word in a realtime argument.
Is being fat or getting fatter the worst thing to happen to someone in a situation like this? Absolutely not.
'Australia Uncovered': This feature documentary allows a rare look inside the never-before-seen child protection system in NSW. Filmed in an observational style,...
‘Straight Up Islander’ acts as a reclamation, an extension and a celebration of who we are, where we came from and how we want to be.
SBS's new three-part documentary series proves it’s never too late to learn to read and write.
Entries for the 2021 Emerging Writers' Competition are now open.
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An intimate portrayal of the daily life of four police officers, where the line between private and professional life blurs as tensions heighten in Malmö.
A beloved Australian game show makes a welcome return to SBS… with a special tweak to its format.
A cinematic, blue chip view of the entire life history of our planet, as you've never seen it before.
The friendship between the Jensens and the Küsters is put to the test when the Jensen family's son, Kjell, disappears without a trace.
Relentless government intervention since colonisation and the trauma and disadvantage experienced by Indigenous Australians: the two key drivers of incarceration.
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On SBS Food and SBS On Demand, two of Australia’s favourite cooks are together on-screen for the very first time.
Australia Uncovered: This feature documentary allows a rare look inside the never-before-seen child protection system in NSW. Filmed in an observational style, it...
Kelly Macdonald plays a grieving mother who seeks revenge against a hidden killer. All around them are the victims.
It’s the real-life mystery that’s haunted Russia for over half a century. Could the deaths of nine experienced hikers in the Dyatlov Pass finally be explained?
This week on Insight: It's something many of us do to help soothe feelings of discomfort, such as stress, anxiety and even boredom.
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