A paralympian, a volunteer, a doctor and a campaigner are this year's Australians of the Year.
Public health expert, Adjunct Professor Bill Bowtell from the University of New South Wales gives SBS's Tina Quinn his opinion on how Australia is coping after...
While the bulk of the nation's infections and deaths have occurred over the past few months, overall case numbers appear to be decreasing.
With the potential of conflict and all of its uncertainties looming, many Ukrainians in Australia have been turning to the comforts of their local church...
A multi-million dollar deal with artist Harold Thomas means the flag can now be used without a fee by the general public and organisations.

PM bulletin 25 January 2022

A COVID-19 outbreak on board Australian Navy ship delivering aid to Tonga; Australians in Ukraine advised to depart the country via commercial flights;...
A daily 5 minute news wrap for English learners. 
As some countries begin to see a reduction in COVID-19 hospitalisations and infections, many experts believe their peak has been reached.

Midday Bulletin 25 January 2022

Restrictions in New South Wales extended for another month; Labor Opposition leader Anthony Albanese to pledge $440 million dollars to improve Australian...
January 26 marks the arrival of the First Fleet on Australian shores, and has come to have different meanings for many Australians in the centuries since, but for...

AM bulletin 25 January 2022

In this bulletin, the Federal Government evacuates families of Australian diplomats from Ukraine amid a growing threat of invasion from Russia; Wikileaks...
As Ukraine prepares for another Russian invasion, for millions in the east of the country, conflict has been a part of daily life for many years. 
The Tongan Red Cross says the psychological impact of the volcanic eruption on locals needs to be addressed as well as supplies.
More than six million people, including pensions, veterans and low income earners are now allowed up to 10 free tests from pharmacies within a three month period.

PM bulletin 24 January 2022

The Novavax COVID-19 vaccine fully approved for use in Australia; Renewed concerns regarding the supply and demand of rapid antigen tests; Danielle...
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