AM bulletin 9 August 2020

A two-year-old Australian killed in the Beirut explosion; Victoria's coronavirus outbreak heading in the right direction; a high-profile AFL player raises the...
For people with disabilities, a shift toward flexible work has been a long time coming, with on-site employment often serving as a major barrier.
Australia's coronavirus crisis is escalating with the national death toll rising and Victoria recording 12 new COVID-19 related deaths.

PM bulletin August 8 2020

Officials say Victoria's health crisis is improving despite 466 new cases and 12 deaths; The Treasurer wants answers on Victoria's hotel quarantine failures;...

AM bulletin 8 August 2020

Parents welcome moves to have all Victorian Year 12 students' grades individually assessed; at least 17 people killed in an Indian plane crash; the Sea Eagles'...
The multi-billion-dollar cost of Melbourne's prolonged lockdown has prompted the government to hold off plans to limit the scheme.
Masks are now mandatory in Melbourne and recommended in certain situations in other parts of the nation, meaning sales are through the roof.
Rio Tinto has said it could have carried out its operations in the Pilbara region without destroying 46,000 year old Aboriginal sacred sites, but those options...
Another 11 Victorians are dead and 450 new coronavirus infections have been recorded in the state.
Consumers are browsing online stores more than ever due to the coronavirus pandemic.

PM bulletin August 7 2020

450 new coronavirus cases, and 11 more deaths, in Victoria, The Acting Commonwealth Chief Medical Officer hopeful a COVID-19 vaccine is closer, In golf,...
Lebanon's government is under scrutiny amid calls for an international investigation into the disaster.
The lawsuit accuses the NRA and four of its current and former executives of financial fraud and misconduct totalling more than $AU88 million in just three years.

Midday bulletin August 7 2020

The response to Victoria's coronavirus outbreak ramps up, The Australian government deploys support to Beirut after a deadly explosion, Debate continues over...
The bumpy but bipartisan negotiations on a huge COVID-19 relief package are seeing public broadsides exchanged rather than constructive concessions.
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