In this bulletin, Australia and France announce more military aid for Ukraine; police officers believed to be among those killed in an explosion at a mosque in Pakistan; and in sport, Steve Smith and Beth Mooney named Australia's cricketers of the year.
The death of an Indigenous woman in a Victorian prison three years ago found to be preventable, A boat capsizing in Pakistan kills at least ten students, Australia's men's football coach staying on for another four years.
A new national cultural policy launched to rejuvenate Australia's creative sector, Ukraine calls on its international partners to send more weapons, and faster, Australian Jordan Mailata and the Philadelphia Eagles book their spot in the NFL Super Bowl.
In this bulletin, Federal ministers travel to the UK and France for defence talks this week; former US President Donald Trump hits the campaign trail once again; and in tennis, Novak Djokovic makes history winning his tenth Australian Open final.
Australia's screen industry welcomes the country's first national cultural policy in a decade; calls to fix Australia's Medicare system; and in sports, a highly anticipated showdown between Djokovic and Tsitsipas in the Australian Open men's final.
In this bulletin, the leader of the Nationals calls for federal MPs to visit remote Indigenous communities more often, not just in times of crisis; more protests across the United States against police after a video of the killing of a black man is released; and in sport, questions raised about the timing of A-League football matches.
In this bulletin, water safety experts warn Australians not to swim at unfamiliar or unpatrolled beaches, after another drowning death; international flights to resume in Auckland after major flooding; and in sport, Belarusian Aryna Sabalenka becomes the first 'neutral' Grand Slam champion at the Australian Open.
In this bulletin, protests in the United States after the death of a black man at the hands of police, the death toll from floods in Auckland rises to three, and in sport, Elena Rybakina and Aryna Sabalenka prepare to face off in tonight's Australian Open women's final.