Midday bulletin 16 October 2019

An Australian man found guilty of murder released from an immigration centre in Bulgaria; thousands of people displaced because of the conflict in northern Syria...
UEFA has charged the Bulgarian national federation over racist chanting directed at England players at a European championship qualifier match.
Advocates are urging policy-makers to help reverse population growth and prepare for the effects of climate change to counter food insecurity.
Analysis of job market reveals those with the greatest need for support to find employment are facing the greatest competition for work.

AM bulletin 16 October 2019

An Australian man found guilty of murder released from an immigration centre in Bulgaria, the UN calls for an independent investigation into the killing of Kurds...
Relatives and advocates of Australians stuck in a Syrian refugee camp for wives and children of Islamic State fighters, are urging politicians to act immediately...
The Prime Minister has hit back at criticism his government is failing to support farmers, insisting he is doing all he could to assist drought-ravaged communities.
Academic report claims Snowy 2.0 will consume more power than it produces and will 'trash the environment'.
Vulnerable women, newly-arrived in Australia, who find themselves the victims of family violence need to know where they can go for help.
Multicultural communities will be the target of an initiative on the dangers of shisha smoking, with a primary focus on young people.
A forced marriage awareness and prevention initiative has been launched. aimed at reaching passengers at Australia’s busiest airport

PM bulletin 15 October 2019

The United States demands an immediate ceasefire in northern Syria, Labor joins calls to declare a climate change emergency and racial abuse from the crowd twice...
INTERVIEW: Kurdish refugee Behrouz Boochani talks to SBS about his reaction to events in northern Syria
An inquiry into regional migration is investigating a drop in population growth across some parts of Australia and looking at how to encourage long-term settlement.

Midday bulletin 15 October 2019

Japan's typhoon death toll continues to rise, U.S. President Donald Trump slaps sanctions on Turkey and a red card ends an Irish star's rugby world cup campaign....
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