It has been one year since the battle of Marawi with IS militants in the Philippines was declared over.
The Federal Opposition says it is willing to compromise on Government legislation which could lead to removing children from detention on Nauru.
Former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull has returned home from overseas to quickly assign himself to the political past, just as his Liberal Party is trying to do...

PM Bulletin 23 October

Prime Minister Scott Morrison rules out amending legislation to ban refugees on Nauru from ever entering Australia, hundreds of thousands march through Melbourne...
Researchers are calling on governments to focus more on the learning progress of Australian students after test results suggesting it varies from state to state
As the focus on migrants temporarily shifts from Europe to the Americas, thousands of Central Americans have arrived in southern Mexico as they try to reach the...

Midday Bulletin 23 October

Will the opposition and the government compromise to get some asylum seekers off Nauru? Thousands of workers expected to rally for pay rises.
A scientist and traditional owners in south-east Queensland are trying to restore the biodiversity and water quality of Moreton Bay by using recycled oyster shells.
While the words can’t take away what happened, for some, they have provided an acknowledgement they had long been denied.

AM Bulletin 23 October

The government moves to help consumers with power prices, asylum seekers transferred off Nauru and Australia defeats Pakistan in the third women's one-day...
The Coalition is reeling from a mammoth swing against the Liberals at the Wentworth by-election.

PM Bulletin 22 October

Question Time cancelled out of respect for child sexual abuse survivors; Kerryn Phelps maintains her lead in the Wentworth by-election; in Formula 1, Kimi...
A grassroots campaign group is calling for United States actor Charlie Sheen to have his visa revoked ahead of his planned Australian speaking tour next month.
Hundreds of victims were in Canberra to hear Prime Minister Scott Morrison tell victims they have now been believed and institutions have failed them.
As the Games get underway in Sydney, work is being done between nations to form a collaborative approach to dealing with issues facing defence people.
Advertisement