Suicide is the cause of about one in four deaths in Australian prisons, but one program set up to reduce that figure has had some promising results.

AM Bulletin 23 September

Filmmaker James Ricketson prepares for his journey home to Australia; Iranian leaders promise a swift response following a deadly attack on a military parade; The...

PM Bulletin 22 September

Australia welcomes the release of filmmaker James Ricketson; travel bans to be placed on Australians owing welfare repayments; in the NRL, Billy Slater likely to...
For centuries, the Japanese have been drinking green tea as an important part of their culture and everyday life, and now Australian farmers are harvesting the...

AM Bulletin 22 September

Cambodia pardons the Australian filmmaker James Ricketson; The death toll continues to mount in the Tanzania ferry disaster; Big wins for the Melbourne Storm...
A partnership program has been set up to show students the inner working of organisations like the State Emergency Service.
Between school funding, European au pairs and strawberries, it has been anything but a quiet week in federal politics.

PM Bulletin 21 September

The row over education funding continues; contaminated fruit in the Northern Territory; NRL players cleared of misconduct
The ban was put in place after a whistleblower helped uncover what was seen as systemic Russian cheating in the Sochi Olympics -- which Russia denies.
Many say while homosexuality was legalised in China 20 years ago, there are still legislative and societal pressures making it difficult, if not impossible, for...

Midday bulletin 21 September

A row over education funding; a train crash in Tasmania; and a ferry capsizes in Tanzania
Australia's Catholic and independent school sectors are set to benefit from multi-billion-dollar funding after the Federal Government announced changes to how it...

AM bulletin 21 September

Four people dead in a shooting in the United States; Pauline Hanson accuses Liberal MPs of using bullying as an excuse to exit politics; and the World Anti-Doping...

Weekend Sport Preview

The AFL and National Rugby League seasons are down to the last four teams in each competition and will dominate the sporting landscape in Australia this weekend.
But international-student advocates warn more incentives are needed to make it a viable option.
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