The federal government is pushing for new legislation targeting encrypted messaging to be passed quickly after this week's arrests over an alleged terror plot in...
It's the latest reminder of the dangerous levels of plastic pollution in the oceans
With just days to convince voters about who should lead the state for the next four years, candidates from the major parties are also spruiking their...
Amnesty International and the Refugee Council of Australia say the removal of medical services and a lack of future prospects is leaving the men who remain on...

PM Bulletin November 21

The Prime Minister rejects an international migration pact; More details emerge over the murder of a baby girl in QLD; The federal government announces easier...
Prime Minister Scott Morrison says the United Nations pact would compromise Australian interests.

Midday Bulletin November 21

The Prime Minister rejects an international migration pact; A member of the Bali Nine returning to Australia after 13 years in an Indonesian prison;
Airbnb said it decided to cancel the contentious listings after consulting with experts and wrestling with the ethics of whether to do business in Israeli...
Minister for Women Kelly O'Dwyer detailed the initiatives while delivering Australia's first women's economic security statement at the National Press Club in...

The Outlook: for space

The Federal Government has released the charter for the newly established Australian Space Agency, calling it the first step towards developing Australia's space...

AM bulletin 21 November

At least 40 dead after a suicide attack in Afghanistan; the Prime Minister reportedly ready to reject an international migration agreement and Tim Cahill...
They want 5,000 Australians who've been treated for the condition to be part of the world's largest genetic investigation into the disorder.
The arrests follow a joint investigation between Victoria Police, ASIO and the Australian Federal Police that began in March.

PM Bulletin November 20

Three men charged with terror offences in Melbourne; Calls for an inquest into the death of a baby in QLD;
Sparking a new population debate, Scott Morrison says he wants the states and territories to give him answers on just how many people they can handle.
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