SBS News In Depth

Interviews and feature reports from SBS News.

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US lays out case to extradite Julian Assange

Julian Assange’s extradition hearing in London has been told the Wikileaks founder "put lives at risk" when releasing classified material.


 2020-02-24  3m

Dreamworld safety 'rudimentary' and 'unsophisticated' - Coroner

Coroner condemns a systematic failure in management at Dreamworld which saw the Thunder River Rapids Ride operate for years with little consideration for safety.


 2020-02-24  3m

Australia's to become the 'destination of choice' for aspiring English language learners

The federal government is working on a plan to attract more students from a greater number of countries, aspiring for Australia to become the 'destination of choice' for aspiring learners


 2020-02-20  2m

Trudeau urges 'dialogue and respect' with First Nations Peoples to resolve Pipeline protests

Pressure continues to mount on Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to resolve a protest, that's brought passenger and freight rail networks to a halt for two weeks.


 2020-02-19  2m

Australian MPs visit Julian Assange in prison

Independent MP Andrew Wilkie and National's George Christenson have been visiting Julian Assange but say his condition is 'not good'.


 2020-02-19  4m

End of an era: GM axes iconic Holden brand

The Federal Government has criticised the shock decision by parent company General Motors, which it says will lead to hundreds of job losses.


 2020-02-17  3m

Calls for action against gay conversion therapy

Survivors and advocates say they remain hopeful that meaningful action may be around the corner to outlaw LGBTQI+ conversion practices in religious communities.


 2020-02-17  5m

Pemulwuy: warrior, freedom fighter, action hero

He was an Aboriginal man who was in Sydney when the British landed in 1788, and would go on to lead a decade long war of resistance against them.


 2020-01-23  5m

Minister under fire over sports grants in marginal electorates

Former sports minister Bridget McKenzie was in charge of approving the grants, but an audit has questioned whether she had the legal authority to do so.


 2020-01-16  2m

Cabinet papers from 1998,1999 reveal Howard government decision-making

Cabinet papers reveal the Goods and Services tax, the republic referendum and the push for East Timor's independence dominated the Howard government’s second term in office.


 2019-12-31  8m