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NSW Health revealed on Wednesday afternoon that a new case of COVID-19 had been detected in in Sydney's eastern suburbs.
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When former PM Malcolm Turnbull opens the book on his family history, curiosity turns to fascination when he discovers a mysterious unclaimed fortune.
How have devices like cochlear implants shaped the deaf community, and how can we bridge the divide between the deaf and hearing worlds?
There's more than just a missing $16 million necklace at stake in this warm, funny and utterly gripping story that delves into friendships and secrets.
SBS encourages all Australians to embrace and celebrate a world of difference. Why? Watch this video.
Two brothers accidentally run over and kill an old man. They cover their tracks. Neighbors and relatives of the dead man begin to have doubts about the way he died.
Rare photos offering a unique insight into early 20th-century life from the perspective of Western Australia's Indigenous Noongar people are now on show in Perth.
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The story of the personal computing boom through the eyes of a visionary, an engineer and a prodigy whose innovations confront the corporate behemoths of the time.
With the 2021 Tour de France just around the corner, here is every way you can get your content so you don't miss a single moment of SBS coverage!
Featuring strong female leads including Carice Van Houten (Game Of Thrones), this Belgian thriller follows three women in the world of prostitution and human...
When an expensive car is pulled from the sea, veteran Northern Ireland detective Tom Brannick (James Nesbitt) instantly sees a connection. New episodes weekly.
At the dawn of the 20th-century, British explorer Percy Fawcett journeys into the Amazon, where he discovers evidence of a previously unknown, advanced civilisation.
This contemporary drama tells a story of murder, deception, revenge and corruption that starts with the killing of a cop by a fellow detective.
Revealing for the first time astonishing secrets surrounding a Russian submarine going missing in 1968, taking the Soviet Union and US to the brink of war.
In this fresh new series, popular cook Adam Liaw is joined by 2 special guests each night. Together they cook up a variety of dishes for foodies and non-foodies...
In a remote town in Western Tasmania, a teenage girl goes in search of the truth about her father's death and uncovers a secret that changes everything.
In the not too distant future, a viral plague has swept the earth. In a matter of weeks, it decimated 99% of men. Creamerie picks up eight years later.
Historian Tracy Borman will present the latest theories on Anne Boleyn’s story, re-examining accepted history and discovering the truth about the last days of...
The revelatory See What You Made Me Do explores an epidemic that is showing no signs of slowing down.
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SBS Learn is a library of educational resources linked to SBS documentaries, dramas, news & current affairs, sport and other productions aired on SBS and its national Indigenous TV channel NITV. Created especially for teachers and students, SBS Learn hosts resources aligned to the Australian Curriculum. 

COVID-19 and vaccination
As G7 countries ramp up calls for a 'phase two' investigation into the origins of COVID-19, here's what experts are saying about the likely origins of the pandemic.
Given how new COVID-19 vaccines are, it’s normal for people to be unsure or have questions about getting one. Here's how best to talk to people about vaccine...
Since reports first emerged, much more has been learned about blood clotting, the AztraZeneca vaccine and outcomes for patients. Here's everything we know.
SBS is committed to informing all Australians about the latest coronavirus developments. News and information about coronavirus (COVID-19) is available in 63...
Australians who are unable to leave their beds due to illness or disability are having difficulty receiving coronavirus vaccinations at home, as doctors warn of a...
Australia's COVID-19 vaccine program hasn't exactly gone to plan, with multiple setbacks slowing down the federal government's rollout. Here are the numbers.
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There is a lot going on in this series and we think it helps to talk it out at the end of every episode. Join Fiona, Haidee, Sana, and Natalie every week.
In March 1989, Sweden was rocked by the murder of 10-year-old Helen Nilsson. This series follows the unwavering journey of two police officers who led the...
SBS On Demand Head of Editorial Fiona Williams names a few of the films debuting at SBS On Demand this month.
Based on Viveca Sten’s hugely popular crime novel Still Waters and set in the beautiful surroundings of the outer Stockholm archipelago, this thriller will keep...
It's been a while in the making, but it's now time for the next generation of Australian general classification stars to make their mark upon the sport.
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It is impossible to be shy when you have to tell an aggressive client that they are raising their voice or being threatening, writes Dr Ahona Guha.
It’s like most people’s idea of a camping weekend - except that all 50 of us are sober and trying to be better men.
As a minority, I resented being reduced to a bubble of perceived interests.
For years, humble Asian bakeries across Australia have shared stories of resilience and creativity.
Nostalgia it seems is in fashion but why are we so desperate to cling to the past while living in a time when technological advancements are moving at rapid speed?
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