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Australians, colloquially known as Aussies, are citizens of the Commonwealth of Australia. Home to people of many different ethnic origins, religious and national origins, the Australian culture and law does not correspond nationality with race or ethnicity, but with citizenship and loyalty to the country. Australia is a multicultural society and has the world's ninth-largest immigrant population, with immigrants accounting for 29% of the population.

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'Intricate part of our culture': Online porn viewing trebles in three years

Australians are watching increasing amounts of online porn, with mobile phones their preferred viewing device.
The Age - Published

Australians survivors injured in deadly Whakaari volcano eruption flown home

Australian Defence Force planes have begun bringing home citizens badly injured in New Zealand's deadly White Island volcano eruption.
SBS - Published

Videos for Australians


Australia's Uluru closed amid strong winds [Video]Australia's Uluru closed amid strong winds

Visitors queueing up to climb Australia's famous Uluru on Friday before it permanently closes expressed their disappointment when the rock was closed because of bad weather. But the high winds died..

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 01:59Published

Jonny May praised after England rout Australia in World Cup quarter-finals [Video]Jonny May praised after England rout Australia in World Cup quarter-finals

Ben Youngs, Henry Slade and Courtney Lawes heap praise on England's RWC quarter-final two-try hero Jonny May.

Credit: Reuters - Sports     Duration: 00:45Published

Wallabies captain Hooper ready for battle in quarter-final showdown [Video]Wallabies captain Hooper ready for battle in quarter-final showdown

Australia are looking for a good start against England in the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals, says , captain Michael Hooper.

Credit: Reuters - Sports     Duration: 00:43Published

 

Three more Australians confirmed dead in Whakaari volcanic eruption

The number of Australians killed in the deadly Whakaari volcano eruption has risen to seven.
SBS - Published

Three RAAF aircraft to bring New Zealand volcano patients home over next 24 hours

Three air force planes are heading to New Zealand to bring home Australians caught up in a deadly volcano explosion.
SBS - Published

New Zealand police say nine officially listed as missing after volcano eruption

Nine people have been officially listed as missing after the eruption of a volcano on New Zealand's White Island, police said on Wednesday, seven of them Australians and two New Zealanders.
Reuters - Published

South Australian woman found alive after eruption, daughter and partner missing

The New Zealand Red Cross has set up a web page to help connect those affected by the volcano emergency, including many Australians.
SBS - Published

'We just want him home': the victims of the White Island explosion

At least three Australians are believed to be among the five confirmed dead. And at least 10 Australians were missing on Tuesday night, including the Sydney family of four.
The Age - Published

New Zealand Red Cross name Australians missing in White Island eruption

A website managed by the New Zealand Red Cross on Tuesday listed 17 Australians as still missing in the White Island volcanic eruption, including a family of four from the northern suburbs of Sydney.
Reuters - Published

At least three Australians killed in NZ

Up to three Australians have been killed after a volcano erupted in New Zealand, with more missing and 13 injured, some critically.
SBS - Published

Whakaari volcano eruption: Australian families fear for missing relatives

At least 11 Australians are officially missing after the Whakaari/White Island eruption.
SBS - Published

Australians flee as soaring temperature, winds threaten to fan fires

Residents in parts of eastern Australia evacuated their homes on Tuesday as soaring temperatures and strong winds threatened to fan bushfires in a giant blaze north of Sydney, the country's biggest..
Reuters - Published

NZ volcano: Adelaide family unaccounted for as Red Cross lists missing tourists

At least 11 Australians are officially missing after the Whakaari/White Island eruption.
SBS - Published

Whakaari volcano eruption: Names of 'missing' Australians listed on Red Cross website

The New Zealand Red Cross has set up a web page to help connect those affected by the volcano emergency, including many Australians.
SBS - Published

NZ volcano: Names of missing Australians

The New Zealand Red Cross has set up a web page to help connect those affected by the volcano emergency, including many Australians.
SBS - Published

Australian PM says three locals feared dead after New Zealand eruption

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Tuesday three Australians are feared to be among the confirmed fatalities from the New Zealand volcanic eruption.
Reuters - Published

Watch: New Zealand volcano update

The Prime Minister is due to speak live about fears for Australians who were there during the Whakaari volcanic eruption.
SBS - Published

'Australians are paying the price': Scott Morrison under fire over bushfire emergency

The unprecedented severity of Australia’s bushfire season is igniting calls for stronger action in response to the climate emergency.
SBS - Published

Australians' trust in government reaches new all-time low, study shows

The Australian National University's election study has revealed trust in government has reached a record low.
SBS - Published

'Chinese government cannot silence me': Uighur activist speaks out and asks Australians for support

Leading Uighur campaigner Rushan Abbas is calling on the Australian government to punish China for its human rights abuses through trade. Here, she tells SBS News of her personal pain and appeals to..
SBS - Published

Railroaded: Why the arts is vitally important to all Australians

The restructuring of the public service sends a dismal message.
The Age - Published

How Jacqui Lambie broke my heart

Many Australians believed the image Jacqui Lambie cast of herself: an honest, transparent battler. Now she's just another political insider - a deal-maker. Who can trust her now?
The Age - Published

Israel Folau calls for new religious laws to ‘further protect and strengthen these rights for all Australians’

Israel Folau believes his settlement with Rugby Australia has vindicated him, but now he wants the federal government to bring in religious freedom laws.
SBS - Published

Regional Australians will be hurt by welfare changes

Labor believes a Morrison government plan to make people wait longer before applying for welfare will hurt regional Australians the most, given current figures.
SBS - Published

‘The world wants to hear Indigenous stories, even if Australians don’t’

Director Dylan River’s mini-series Robbie Hood is nominated for Best Online Drama or Comedy (short form) at this week’s AACTA Awards. Here, he talks to SBS News about the international appetite for..
SBS - Published

Nearly 50 per cent of imported Asian food 'loaded with undeclared allergens'

Australians with severe food allergies have been warned products imported from Asia are full of unlisted ingredients that can cause life-threatening reactions.
SBS - Published

Food imports full of unlisted allergens

Australians with severe food allergies have been warned products imported from Asia are full of unlisted ingredients that can cause life-threatening reactions.
SBS - Published

A quarter of all Australians experience discrimination on a weekly basis, report finds

A report has found nearly one in four Australians have experienced major discrimination, from being overlooked for a job to refusal of a bank loan.
SBS - Published

Malcolm Turnbull: Climate needs 'loud Australians'

Ex-PM Malcolm Turnbull has taken a last swipe at the government, telling moderate Liberal Party members to be "loud Australians" on the lack of climate policy.
SBS - Published

Climate needs 'loud Australians': Turnbull

Ex-PM Malcolm Turnbull has taken a last swipe at the government, telling moderate Liberal Party members to be "loud Australians" on the lack of climate policy.
SBS - Published

Discrimination hits quarter of Australians

A fresh report has found nearly one in four Australians have experienced major discrimination, from being overlooked for a job to refusal of a bank loan.
SBS - Published

Pauline Hanson 'taking Australians for mugs' by resisting government’s unions bill

Resources Minister Matt Canavan says One Nation leader Pauline Hanson is taking voters for mugs by voting against the government's union bill.
SBS - Published

Buying a house is not the only major milestone Australians are delaying

The typical age for becoming a homeowner has gone up to 33 but our longer lives are having other impacts.
The Age - Published

Who Mattered in 2019? These are the people defining Australia

In Good Weekend this Saturday, we celebrate these Australians with Who Mattered 2019, the first in what will become an annual edition highlighting those shaping the country.
The Age - Published

How greater support is helping Australians who are transitioning gender in later life

A series of new resources have been created to better support older trans and gender-diverse Australians. Here, Sally, who transitioned in their late 50s, tells SBS News why it matters.
SBS - Published

Australians transitioning gender in later life will receive more support

A series of new resources have been created to better support older trans and gender-diverse Australians. Here, Sally, who transitioned in their late 50s, tells SBS News why it matters.
SBS - Published

'Earthquake decision': Bill Shorten warns robo-debt ruling could impact hundreds of thousands

The Morrison government owes Australians hundreds of millions of dollars in compensation after the Federal Court ruled robo-debt was unlawful, Bill Shorten says.
SBS - Published

Low welfare payments are reportedly forcing young Australians to regularly skip meals, couchsurf

A new survey has looked at the extent of the impact of the low rate of Newstart and Youth Allowance on young Australians.
SBS - Published

‘Not a threat’: Chinese Australians ask for understanding amid Beijing spy scandal

The alleged Chinese plot to infiltrate Australian parliament is having widespread political ramifications. But there are social implications too; as some Chinese Australians say they are now being..
SBS - Published

Growing alarm over climate change: survey

Australians are becoming increasingly concerned about climate change, but the economy is still our number one worry.
SBS - Published

Mental health, environment top concerns for young Australians

Mission Australia's Youth Survey Report 2019 has found that mental health weighs is the most pressing issue for Australia’s young people, closely followed by climate change.
SBS - Published

Health professionals urging people to make improving sleep a priority

More than half of Australians have a potentially deadly condition that impacts their quality of life, relationships and even the economy. Health professionals are urging us to make improving sleep a..
SBS - Published

Insomnia nation: 60 per cent of adults have sleep disorder symptoms

More than one in seven Australians have full-blown insomnia, but most aren’t diagnosed for potentially serious sleep disorders.
The Age - Published

These young Muslim Australians want to meet Islamophobes and change their minds

While most research participants believe in the power of contact, dialogue and exchange to transform negative attitudes.
SBS - Published

Big brands and small bars embrace alcohol-free offerings

Australians are drinking less than ever before, especially young adults, and the non or low-alcoholic beverage scene has never been more vibrant. 
The Age - Published

Where were the regulators? How authorities failed pelvic mesh victims

It was a damning judgment against Johnson & Johnson, but also an indictment on the federal agencies that need to protect Australians from harm.
The Age - Published

Is Australia avoiding its responsibility to its citizens held in Syria?

Detention camps in Syria hold about 100,000 Syrian and foreign family members of IS suspects. That number includes Australians.
SBS - Published

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