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Calling out sexual harassment in the workplace can be a difficult thing to do. And some are going to great lengths to avoid making an official complaint.
Fiery NRL legend Mark Geyer says anger was a huge driving force during his footy career, and while his aggression was both a benefit and a curse, experts say anger is a key tool for training athletes.
This week, teenagers open up about life at Holroyd High, a western Sydney school giving kids from all backgrounds a second chance.
It's tricky enough to measure love between humans, so how hard is it to quantify love in your canine friends?
#JeSuisAhmed is the latest Twitter hashtag to trend after the Charlie Hebdo attack in honour of the slain policeman Ahmed Merabet.
One filmmaker's recent travels to North Korea showed him its people are not only hungry for Western movies, but well versed in screen language too.
A man wearing an "I'm with stupid" T-shirt was charged with public nuisance during the Queensland state election campaigning on Thursday.
With the release of the National Archives cabinet documents of 1988 and 1989, it feels like an apt time to revisit some of the fashions, inventions and iconic moments that defined the period.
A video from Italy showing how boys react to the subject of violence against women has become an internet hit.
One Hong Kong protestor tells SBS what the Umbrella Revolution means to him.
October 25, 2011: On the day of their first public appearance, zoo keeper Justine Powell from Sydney's Taronga Zoo talks about the birth of three critically endangered Sumatran tiger cubs.
June 13, 2011: Hundreds of protesters marched through Sydney's CBD for the SlutWalk demonstration on Monday despite rain.
A Gold Coast man has lost his job after his employer confronted him about derogatory comments he published on Facebook.