SBS News In Depth

Interviews and feature reports from SBS News.

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Artists applaud long-term national culture plan


Members of Australia's art community have welcomed a new five-year plan for the arts and culture sector. First Nations culture is at the centre of the policy. A new body will also be created to deal with complaints on fair pay, sexual harassment, bullying and discrimination in the industry.


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Graham Arnold stays on with Socceroos


Graham Arnold will remain as coach of the Socceroos until the end of the next FIFA World Cup in 2026.


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Auckland residents on edge with more rain forecast


Residents in Auckland are preparing for more heavy rain this week as communities clean up after severe flash flooding in New Zealand.


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China ends online learning at overseas institutions


Australian universities have welcomed a decision by China to ban its citizens from studying at foreign universities online.


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Tyre Nichols killing prompts renewed calls for US federal policing legislation


There are renewed calls for a federal policing bill in the United States to address police reform and racial injustice following the beating to death of Tyre Nichols at the hands of five Memphis police officers.


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Japanese whaling companies seek to boost consumption rates


Japanese whaling companies are now selling whale meat through unmanned vending machines but not everyone is on board, and some say consumption is declining.


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Prima ballerina Iana Salenko visits Australia with mission to help Ukrainians impacted by war


A Ukrainian-born superstar of ballet has arrived in Australia, and for the last 12 months she's been on a mission to raise funds for her country of birth. Among the thousands of fans lining up to watch Iana Salenko perform, was a group of displaced Ukrainians who now call Australia their home.


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Novak Djokovic makes history, claiming 10th Australian Open


The win marks his 22nd grand slam singles title, equalling Spaniard Rafael Nadal's record.


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Screen producers, actors hope Australian content quota will see more diverse Australian stories on screen


Several streaming giants, including Netflix, will be ordered to use a certain amount of their revenue in Australia on making local content. It is part of the federal government's new five-year plan for the arts and culture sector - what is being called the National Cultural Policy.


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Prima ballerina Iana Salenko visits Australia with mission to help Ukrainians impacted by war


A Ukrainian-born superstar of ballet has arrived in Australia, and for the last 12 months she's been on a mission to raise funds for her country of birth. Among the thousands of fans lining up to watch Iana Salenko perform, was a group of displaced Ukrainians who now call Australia their home.


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