Anger continues to grow in the Muslim world over images being displayed in France of the Prophet Mohammad, which some Muslims consider blasphemous.
It is one year since tourists were banned from climbing Uluru - and 35 years since land rights were returned to Traditional Owners.

AM bulletin 27 October 2020

Victorian hospitality and retail businesses prepare to re-open from midnight, Fighting resumes in Nagorno-Karabakh, breaching a US-negotiated ceasefire, In sport,...
Daniel Crennan has quit his post, in the latest expenses scandal to hit the Australian Securities and Investments Commission.
Premier Daniel Andrews has announced a major easing of restrictions after Victoria recorded no new cases and no further deaths.
Thirteen Australian women caught up in invasive search at Doha airport
The Australian government is looking into reports Kylie Moore-Gilbert, jailed in Iran for espionage, has been moved to an unknown location.
SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with George Boubouras, K2 Asset Management, on the year's biggest takeover, plus the ACCC's Delia Rickard talks...

PM bulletin 26 October 2020

Restrictions to ease in Melbourne as Victoria registers no new COVID-19 cases or deaths; concerns over reports Australian women have undergone an invasive search...
One area in New South Wales is calling for libraries to stay open later to help grapple with the scourge of gambling.

Midday bulletin 26 October 2020

Victoria records zero new coronavirus cases and no further deaths; concerns over reports Australian women were forced to undergo an invasive search in Qatar and a...
Antonio Guterres has called for worldwide solidarity and demanded developed countries support health systems in countries that are short of resources.
US President Donald Trump held a campaign rally in New Hampshire over the weekend while Presidential hopeful Joe Biden campaigned in Pennsylvania
Black communities tend to vote Democrat - but how many African Americans will be both able and willing to vote?
With the Queensland election looming, Cairns is looking to save its economy by diversifying away from tourism.
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