Emmanuel Macron and Boris Johnson have met for talks in Paris, with the French President insisting it’s too late to totally rewrite the Brexit divorce deal.
The Victorian government is reforming public drunkenness laws after the arrest of an Aboriginal woman, Tanya Day, who was injured in police custody who...

Midday Bulletin 23 August 2019

Scott Morrison tries to calm tensions in Asia; public drunkenness no longer a crime in Victoria; and the Wallabies' Rugby World Cup squad is announced
The Amazon is seen as crucial to keeping climate change in check and home to many Indigenous tribes.

Weekend sport preview

The third Ashes test is underway at Edgbaston, the AFL season is coming to the boil as is the NRL season and there's plenty more going on including the Super...
Drought ravaged farmers who came to talk about machinery at Australia’s largest agricultural event, AgQuip, have left thinking of better ways to cope with their...

AM bulletin 23 August 2019

Prime Minister Scott Morrison calls for calm in southeast Asia, Australian politicians pay tribute to former Nationals leader Tim Fischer and in NRL, Canterbury...
It’s almost a certainty George Pell will apply to have the case heard before the High Court, but it’s a high bar to try to convince the court to even take the...
Authorities are again trying to convince Rohingyas it is safe to return to Myanmar from Bangladesh.
A massive increase in strip-searches by police is causing unnecessary harm and humiliation to people, according to a new report.
Sudden outages of old coal-fired power stations are expected to cause more blackouts this summer, according to an energy regulator.
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson has met with German Chancellor Angela Merkel but insists an Irish backstop will lead to a no-deal Brexit.

PM Bulletin 22 August 2019

Former Deputy Prime Minister Tim Fischer dies; Peter Comensoli says George Pell is innocent; and vegan parents sentenced in a Sydney court
The World Health Organisation is calling for more research into microplastics, which eventually end up in our stomachs.
The United States government is moving to end a long-standing federal court agreement that limits how long immigrant children can be kept in detention.
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