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Theresa May's defends her Brexit deal; Japanese Prime Minister to meet Scott Morrison in Darwin and foreign interference laws pass the Senate. 
Prime Minister Scott Morrison is wrapping up the first of three major leaders summits this month after two days with his counterparts in Singapore.
Australian sign language is to be taught at dozens of mainstream preschools in Victoria next year in what is being billed as an Australian first.
With Australia's curriculum authority encouraging more Indigenous culture in maths and science teaching, one group of students in Adelaide is showing how it can...
Australia's leading cancer charities have joined together to push for more information and transparency about the costs cancer patients will face as they head...

Weekend Sport Preview

International football, cricket and rugby headline a busy weekend of sport ahead.

PM bulletin 15 November

The federal government under fire over the Israeli embassy controversy, the nation's unemployment level remains steady, Cricket Australia to prevent players in...
The document that sets out the terms of much of Britain's exit from the European Union has been released, but many political and practical issues remain.

Midday bulletin 15 November

British Prime Minister Theresa May wins cabinet support for her Brexit deal, Australians reflect one year on from the same-sex marriage vote, the previously...
One year ago, Australians voted in favour of same-sex marriage.
Frank Bainimarama has taken the lead in the general election - only the second vote since the former military commander took power in a coup 12 years ago.

AM Bulletin 15 November

Scott Morrison at ASEAN; the security guard stabbed in the neck at Bourke Street speaks; and Theresa May in Brexit trouble
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has attempted to safeguard a free-trade agreement between Australia and Indonesia in a meeting with President Joko Widodo at the...
Researchers say, in the worst-case scenario, organisms could die out because they depend on other doomed species.
Many of the smaller Pacific nations, such as the host country, will be the focus of the summit, with some of the major world powers planning to strike deals.
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