Greens candidate 'sickened and disturbed' by racist flyer campaign

SBS World News, 29 June 2016

A Melbourne Greens candidate says she won’t be intimidated by flyers attacking her Sikh faith. Full story

Manus Island detention centre to close: PNG PM

SBS World News, 27 April 2016

The Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea has announced the Manus Island immigration detention centre will be closed down. Full story

PNG court rules Manus ISLAND detention illegal

SBS World News, 26 April 2016

PNG's Supreme Court has found the Manus Island detention centre illegal and ordered an end to the detention of asylum seekers in the country. Full story

60 Minutes charges: How does the Lebanese legal system work?

SBS World News, 13 April 2016

Channel Nine reporter Tara Brown and her 60 Minutes television crew are facing kidnapping-related offence charges in Beirut. Full story

Calls for mother-tongue education for Indigenous students

SBS World News, 1 April 2016

Indigenous school students are being denied the right to education in their own language because of a lack of resources or 'desire' from state governments, a linguistics expert says. Full story

Refugee couple settled in Cambodia under $55m deal return to Iran

SBS World News, 8 March 2016

An Iranian couple who were transferred to Cambodia from Nauru have returned home. Full story

NZ citizenship deal to 'screen out the poor', advocacy group says

SBS World News, 19 February 2016

An New Zealand advocacy group says many low-income earners will not meet the income threshold announced today as part of a new pathway for New Zealanders to access Australian citizenship. Full story

Doctors urge government not to send children back to Nauru 

SBS World News, 3 February 2016

Australian pediatricians have urged the government not to send back 91 asylum-seeker children to Nauru. Full story

'They’re smashing windows': Detainee describes scenes at Christmas Island

SBS World News, 9 November 2015

Riots break out at detention centre following the death of an asylum seeker. Full story

Kiwi mother fighting deportation after living in Australia for 37 years

SBS World News, 30 September 2015

A New Zealand woman facing deportation has pleaded to be reunited with her two children. Full story

Indigenous women have healthier pregnancies if given 'cultural care': study

SBS World News, 21 September 2015

Pregnant Indigenous women may have healthier pregnancies if given culturally appropriate care.  Full story

Migrants urged not to use relatives as interpreters in hospital

SBS World News, 7 September 2015

Medical professionals say using family members as interpreters at the doctor poses risks. Full story

Stigma of drug overdose causing extra pain for grieving families

SBS World News, 31 August 2015

Australian families are dealing with their grief alone because of a damaging and persistent stigma. Full story

Asylum seekers try surfing for the first time at Bondi Beach

SBS World News, 5 June 2015

A group of asylum seekers has tried surfing for the first time at a lesson designed to take their mind off the uncertainty of their futures. Full story

Will New Zealand get a new flag?

SBS World News, 26 July 2015

The New Zealand government is making ground in its campaign for a new flag but public opinion is divided over whether it's a step toward unity or a giant waste of money. Full story

Baby born in Australia sent to Nauru detention centre: Greens

SBS World News, 11 June 2015

The government has sent a five-month-old baby to the Nauru detention centre, the Greens say. Full story

Iraqi family finds new life in Cambodia amid refugee deal controversy

SBS World News, 31 March 2015

As tension builds in Cambodia over Australia’s $40 million refugee resettlement agreement, the Abbott government insists new arrivals will have every chance to prosper. Full story

Cambodia supports Australia refugee deal on 'humanitarian grounds'

SBS World News, 26 March 2015

A senior Cambodian government official says Australia is unfairly criticised over its treatment of refugees. Full story

Refugee boy battles war trauma on first day of school

SBS World News, 29 January 2014

Thousands of children across New South Wales today marked their first day at school, but for one Western Sydney student the occasion had special significance. Full story

Terrorism classification 'won't adversely affect siege insurance claims'

SBS World News, 4 January 2015

The government is considering whether to classify the Sydney siege as a terrorist event. Full story

Greens put motion to Senate condemning Wicked Campers' 'sexist, racist' slogans

SBS World News, 16 July 2014

The Australian Greens have put a motion to the Senate to stop controversial company Wicked Campers. Full story

HIV adoption rules 'marred by discrimination'

SBS World News, 16 January 2014

Adoption advocates are hopeful the government’s plans to make adoption easier in Australia will give children with HIV and other special needs an easier passage into the country. Full story