The Democratic representatives told to "go back to the crime infested countries from which they came" say Donald Trump is openly violating American values.

AM bulletin 16 July 2019

Donald Trump renews attacks on four Democrat congresswomen; Former South African president Jacob Zuma tells a corruption inquiry he was a victim of an...
Australian Council of Social Service says Newstart payment needs to be raised immediately by $75 a week to keep up with rising living costs.
There are an estimated two-million temporary migrants in Australia at the moment, and their presence has increasingly become a political issue.
A toolkit aims to help regional towns fill skills shortages and make it easier for migrants to settle into regional life.
Australia could soon have a new country as a neighbour when the Papua New Guinea province of Bougainville votes in an independence referendum.
Choirs from Canada, China, Latvia and more are among those who will take to the stage to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Sydney Children’s Choir.
Shanghai is introducing a new law forcing residents and businesses to meticulously separate and recycle their rubbish for recycling and disposal.

PM bulletin 15 July 2019

Calls to raise the Newstart allowance, A major Special affects studio to open in Sydney, A Memorable finish for the Cricket World Cup.

Midday bulletin 15 July

A report finds migrants are not threatening the local job market, The Foreign Minister defends the government's commitment to the Pacific and climate change amid...
The US President has attacked a group of Democratic congresswomen of colour on Twitter, saying they should go back to the "broken and crime infested places from...

Weekend Sport Wrap

The men's Wimbledon final and the Cricket World Cup have both produced sensational finals, and there's plenty of other sport to look back on.

AM bulletin 15 July 2019

The Queensland government pledges to work towards a treaty with the state's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples; Two Australians gored by a bull in...
Around one million Australians could receive up to $800 more per year under changes to the federal government's income test for pensioners.

PM bulletin 14 July 2019

Advocacy groups argue the coalition's deeming rate cuts are inadequate; Treasurer Josh Frydenburg is confident in the strength of Australia's economy and in...
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