The New South Wales business community hopes to overcome a skilled migration shortage, Anthony Albanese says the government must deliver on any climate targets made this week and the Matildas defend their team culture following abuse allegations.
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AM bulletin 17 October 2021
5:42In this bulletin, New South Wales passes a crucial vaccine milestone, the resort island of Bali hit by a deadly earthquake, and in sport, the Peter Moody-trained Incentivise takes out the $5 million Caulfield Cup..
PM bulletin 16 October 2021
5:38A teenage girl one of seven new fatalites from Victoria's COVID-19 outbreak; no new coronavirus cases in Tasmania as the southern part of the state locks down and in tennis, Taylor Fritz scores the biggest win of his career at Indian Wells.
Midday bulletin 16 October 2021
5:03In this bulletin, Victoria's Covid cases dip below 2000 but remain high as the state endures its last weekend in lockdown, police confirm the stabbing death of a British MP was a terrorist incident, and in sport, World No. 3 tennis player Stefanos Tsitsipas knocked out of the competition at Indian Wells.
AM bulletin 16 October 2021
5:11In this bulletin, a British MP stabbed to death in his local constituency, Southern Tasmania enters a snap lockdown, and in sport, Michael Jennings' NRL career effectively over for using performance enhancing drugs.
PM bulletin 15 October 2021
4:55The Prime Minister defends big changes to the country's COVID-19 border rules; Southern Tasmania to enter a snap lockdown; and in sport, Cricket captain Tim Paine hopeful a young batting star can overcome his latest injury setback.
Midday bulletin 15 October 2021
4:42New South Wales to open its border to international travellers from November 1; fears for the public hospital system amid the coronavirus crisis; in sport, the husband of murdered Kenyan long sistance runner Agnes Tirop arrested.
AM bulletin 15 October
5:51In this bulletin, Victoria becomes the first Australian jurisdication to ban unvaccinated MPs from entering state parliament, six dead following unrest in Lebanon, and in sport, France to build 5,000 new sport facilities ahead of the Paris Olympics.
PM bulletin 14 October 2021
5:59Victoria to stick with its roadmap out of lockdown despite a record high COVID-19 case count; an online forum featuring two members of the Taliban cancelled after a public and government backlash and an Australian swimmer sets a new record for the number of English Channel crossings.
Midday bulletin 14 October 2021
6:06More than 2000 COVID-19 cases in Victoria and 11 deaths; five people killed in a bow and arrow attack in Norway and an Australian swimmer completes her 44th crossing of the English Channel.
AM bulletin 14 October 2021
4:24Australia a step closer to formally committing to net zero 2050, an Australian scientist named as a potential member of the new World Health Organisation's advisory board and in sport, the president of world football encourages a joint World Cup bid