Anthony Albanese to meet with New South Wales flood victims today, two of Britain's most senior politicians quit, in another blow to Boris Johnson's government and Nick Kyrgios to face court next month, charged with assaulting an ex-girlfriend.
More evacuation orders issued as New South Wales battles its third flood emergency this year, six dead after a gunman fires into a Fourth of July parade in the United States and Australians book their spots in both the men's and women's Wimbledon quarter finals.
More warnings of widespread flooding and evacuations as the wild weather emergency continues across New South Wales, a delicate rescue effort underway as a ship crew finds itself stranded in treacherous conditions and in sport, Nick Kygrios faces criticism from another one-time tennis bad boy as he prepares for his fourth-round Wimbledon clash.
Severe weather warnings remain with a ship crew rescue underway as the New South Wales flood emergency intensifies, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese pledges more Russian sanctions and more Ukraine military aid after visiting the capital Kyiv and in sport, Novak Djokovic advances to another Wimbledon quarter final as centre court marks its 100th anniversary.
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese visits Ukraine following last week's NATO summit in Europe, torrential rain across New South Wales causes dangerous conditions as authorities warn of a flooding emergency and an emotional stage victory for the flying Dutchman at the Tour de France.
In this bulletin, thousands of homes evacuated and dozens of people rescued, as Sydney suburbs flood for the second time this year, fighting intensifies for one of the last remaining cities under Ukrainian control, and in tennis, Nick Kyrgios laughs off suggestions from Wimbledon opponent Stefanos Tsitsipas that he's a bully.
The Defence Minister says he'll attempt to have Australia's new submarines delivered earlier, Ash Barty named Person of the Year at the NAIDOC Awards and in tennis, another controversial match for Nick Kyrgios at Wimbledon.