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Donald Trump now accepts US intelligence agencies' conclusion that Russia interfered in the 2016 election.
The UN says it's alarmed by an Australian government decision to indefinitely separate the family of a recognised refugee.
A court in Russia has sentenced four members of protest group Pussy Riot to 15 days in jail for invading the pitch at the World Cup final in Moscow.
Fresh off a victory at the Giro Rosa, Annemiek van Vleuten won La Course for the second time in her career, pipping Olympic champion Anna van der Breggen on the line.
Legacy’ was the name of Tim Cahill’s autobiography. And it’s that word which, on the day of his international retirement, can’t be separated from his name. He leaves...
Gene editing is fast becoming a reality and bionic modifications are transforming medicine. What if we designed the perfect human body from scratch?
Tom Hardy (Mad Max: Fury Road) stars as an adventurer returning to England after ten years in Africa following the death of his father. Complete season at SBS On Demand.
The Emmy-nominated second season is shaped by Offred's ongoing fight to free her future child from the dystopian horrors of Gilead.
How can your attention impact your life and can you change it? Janice Petersen hosts the discussion.
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Teenage World Cup winner Kylian Mbappe is giving his bonus to a charity that offers sporting opportunities to children who are hospitalised or have disabilities.
Central Coast Mariners are considering asking FFA for permission for Usain Bolt to wear a shirt with the iconic number ‘9.58’ on the back, if he’s successful in...
With the 2018 FIFA World Cup done and dusted, here's our team of the tournament.
Watch whenever you want. SBS On Demand offers full games from the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia, including the final.
Like it or not, Chris Froome is riding the 2018 Tour de France and the sky isn't falling. Or is it?
The World Cup may be drawing to a close but football never sleeps with the 2018/19 Premier League season to kick off on SBS on August 11.
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Racism rears its ugly head constantly in the dating lives of black women in a white man's world.
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Join Fiona, Natalie, and Haidee every week for Eyes on Gilead, where they unload the feelings they are left with at the end of each episode.
Filthy Rich & Homeless is an honest and compassionate exploration of what it’s like to be homeless in Australia today as it shines a light on a part of our...
Binge all 10 episodes now. Starring a double dose of Academy Award winner J.K. Simmons, this futurist spy thriller is one of the year's most anticipated new series.
The best documentary of the Trump era so far, 'The Fourth Estate' takes you inside 'The New York Times' as it covers an antagonistic White House.
When a brilliant drone engineer is taken hostage in her own home, a series of dangerous events are set into motion in this high octane thriller. Stream the entire...
Our favourite French tour guide and connoisseur is back on screens from July 7. If there ever was a time to try your hand at teleportation, this would be it. ...
AACTA Award winning Sunshine is a vibrant, kinetic and compelling high stakes fictional crime drama that delves behind the headlines to get up close and personal...
This series explores the inner workings of the religious community of Centennial Park, Arizona, where the practice of taking multiple wives is alive and well.
Pulling no punches with its up-to-the-minute take on current US politics, The Good Fight is one of 2017's most compelling TV shows. Back by popular demand and...
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#WalkWithUs - Indigenous Stories
OPINION: If we acknowledge and harness the power of Indigenous women, we can begin to make change.
As part of NAIDOC Week, NITV will be broadcasting a range of TV programs and films that celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women.
A powerful insight into the High Court's decision to grant native title to the Wik people in 1996, and the dramatic political and cultural fallout that followed.
In celebration of this years' National NAIDOC Week theme, Because of Her, We Can, NITV asked the public to nominate exceptional Aboriginal and Torres Strait...
Linda Burney made history when she became the first Aboriginal woman to enter the House of Representatives in 2016, but behind the confident Wiradjuri woman is a...
The moving story of Ella Havelka, who in 2012 became the first Indigenous dancer to be invited into The Australian Ballet in its 50-year history.
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The sailing holiday of a lifetime for a group of friends alters their lives forever after they cross paths with a struggling fishing boat overloaded with asylum...
This outrageous comedy from the "Fat Pizza" creators follows the not-so-epic stories of Shazza, Dazza, Franky and Kylie - four best mates from down on the block.
This pulse-pounding thriller stars Jake Gyllenhaal as a driven young man desperate for work who discovers the high-speed world of crime journalism.
Celebrate the best of US independent filmmaking.
This gripping political thriller takes us at the heart of a ruthless presidential campaign, in which two spin doctors will do anything to see their candidate win.
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