AM bulletin 19 June

Thousands attend vigils for murdered Melbourne woman Eurydice Dixon; SBS to televise all World Cup matches for at least the next 24 hours after issues with the...
The Government needs to sway crossbench senators to pass the tax-cuts legislation in full because Labor is lobbying for the bill to be split.
Asylum-seeker advocates have criticised the Federal Government's gradual tightening of eligibility requirements for its Status Resolution Support Service program.

PM Bulletin June 18

The government to test support for its tax cuts plan in the Senate; Japan hit by a magnitude 6.1 earthquake ...The latest news from the  World Cup;
Age Discrimination Commissioner Kay Patterson has turned down calls for a royal commission into the aged-care sector, saying a new national body should be...
Five would-be immigrants have died in the US after their vehicle crashed while being chased by Border Patrol agents, adding to controversy over the immigration...

Midday Bulletin 18 June

The government to test support for its tax cuts plan in the Senate; A name change for the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia; the latest from the FIFA World...
A 14th death in six years has attracted scrutiny of the conditions faced by thousands of overseas workers taking casual jobs on Australians farms and orchards.

SBS World Game News June 18

Two big sides fail to win on day four of the World Cup

Weekend Sport Wrap

While the FIFA World Cup dominates the sporting headlines around the world, there's been plenty of other sport to take a look at this weekend.

AM Bulletin 18 June

The latest newspoll shows popular support for Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull at a two-year high; The Taliban rule out extending a ceasefire with Afghan forces;...

PM bulletin 17 June

The Turnbull government stands by its income tax plan; Energy retailers on notice to give customers a better deal; the Socceroos confident they can continue their...

AM Bulletin 17 June

A car bomb kills 26 people as Taliban fighters enter Afghanistan's capital to mark an Eid ceasefire; Safety in inner-Melbourne to be reviewed; The Socceroos...

SBS World Game news 17 June

There was much more than just the Socceroos game on day three of the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
France beats Australia 2-1 in World Cup opener

Editor's Choice

Our pick of the best content from SBS News & Current Affairs and our content partners.

The outspoken media personality condemned the violence at one of his events overnight in Melbourne and urged the Australian alt-right to become more effective activists.
From same-sex marriage to Manus refugees, Twitter has revealed the most talked about topics in Australia.
As the tradition of Sinterklaas or 'St Nick's Day' is celebrated on 5th December in the Netherlands and by Dutch nationals all around the world, the topic of...
Yemen has been devastated by a war with Saudi Arabia and is facing a humanitarian catastrophe on the same scale as Syria.
US President Donald Trump has angered native American tribes in Utah by declaring two monuments will be cut down in size.
McDonald's has apologised after a student filmed her unpleasant experience at a London restaurant.
Spencer and Roz played more than 300 games of Words With Friends together before finally meeting thanks to a kind pastor.