AM Bulletin 18 June 2021

In this bulletin,GPs report mass cancelations and appointment rescheduling requests,More exposure sites listed in Sydney, linked to a COVID-19 outbreak,And in...
Agreements to cut carbon emissions at the G7 conference appear to have created a split back home, in time for the Prime Minister's return.
The central town of Kinma, home to about 1,000 residents, was reportedly targeted by government troops searching for members of a local defence force.
Australia's jobs market has moved from recovery to growth so SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with UBS Economist Nic Guesnon for more.
New South Wales officials are working hard to control a coronavirus outbreak in Sydney after a driver who had transported international flight crews tested...
A rare collection of images taken by one of Australia’s earliest known Aboriginal photographers is currently on display in Perth.
Dark Mofo has transformed Hobart, encouraging visitors to re-imagine the city as it was thousands of years ago before colonisation.

PM bulletin 17 June 2021

Sydney's COVID-19 outbreak grows to three cases, Pfizer becomes the recommended vaccine for Australians under 60 and in sport, a 19-year-old basketballer wins NBA...
The global number of COVID-19 deaths is climbing towards four million, with its current tally at more than 3.8 million
The Peace Index aims to shift the world's focus to peace as a positive, achievable and tangible measure of human well-being and progress.
A daily 5 minute news wrap for English learners.

Midday bulletin 17 June 2021

Genomic testing shows a new COVID-19 case in Sydney has the Delta variant, as authorities urge locals to exercise caution, Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin conclude...
Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin have both described their meeting in Switzerland as ‘constructive’ but, as expected, little concrete progress was made.

AM bulletin 17 June 2021

 In this bulletin,Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin conclude their first presidential meetingA household contact of a locally acquired COVID-19 case has also...
The family has been told that once their daughter's treatment is complete, they won’t be returned to Christmas Island - but they won't be going to Biloela either.
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