SBS News Updates podcast

PM bulletin 13 October 2021

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A teenage COVID-19 patient tells of her near-death experience; concerns about lagging vaccine rates in remote Indigenous communities and one of the country's cricket bosses quits under pressure from some of the game's most powerful state bodies.

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    AM bulletin 18 October 2021


    Melbourne's lockdown to end five days early but businesses want more; No decision from the National Party over a net zero by 2050 emissions target; And in sport, The International Olympic Committee faces more backlash over China's human rights record.
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    Midday bulletin 17 October 2021


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    Midday bulletin 16 October 2021


    In 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.
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    AM bulletin 16 October 2021


    In 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.
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