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Midday News Bulletin 3 March 2024


In this bulletin, mediators are set to meet in Cairo for ceasefire talks; the Liberal party retains a positive attitude despite loss in Dunkley; and in sport, Australia's Jessica Hull breaks her record for the 3000 metre race in Glasgow.


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Morning News Bulletin 3 March 2024


In this bulletin, Labor claims victory in the Dunkley by-election in Melbourne; the lives of Jesse Baird and Luke Davies memorialised at the Sydney Mardi Gras parade; and in golf, Australia's Hannah Green moves closer to winning the LPGA Tour's Women's World Championship.


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Midday News Bulletin 2 March 2024


In this bulletin, both major parties push for victory as polling opens in the Dunkley by-election; US President Joe Biden says the country will begin aid drops to Gaza; and in football, former Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou has been named Premier League manager of the year.


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Morning News Bulletin 2 March 2024


In this bulletin, mourners travel interstate to attend a vigil for murdered couple Jesse Baird and Luke Davies; supporters of Alexei Navalny bid farewell to the Russian opposition leader at his funeral in Moscow; and in the NRL, the South Sydney Rabbitohs spend time with Las Vegas' First Nations communities.


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Evening News Bulletin 1 March 2024


A Telstra outage affects triple-zero calls; Iftar dinners cancelled after protests over the Gaza conflict and Australians are being encouraged to submit their ideas for a new five-dollar bill.


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Midday News Bulletin 1 March 2024


Israel denies deliberately attacking an aid convoy in northern Gaza; Victorian Labor Senator Linda White dies and in sport, the Socceroos to meet Lebanon in Canberra for a crucial World Cup qualifier.


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Morning News Bulletin 1 March 2024


Dozens feared dead in Gaza in an incident involving an aid convoy; a former immigration detainee released after police admit his arrest was a mistake; and Queensland's Rugby League to host games in Papua New Guinea.


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Evening News Bulletin 29 February 2024


The first person to be found guilty under Australian foreign interference laws; new guidelines on COVID-19 booster shots and renewed calls for funding to be reinstated to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency.


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Midday News Bulletin 29 February 2024


Calls for public servants to take security more seriously on social media profiles; France moves to enshrine the right to abortion in its Constitution and Beijing named as host of the 2027 World Athletics Championships.


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Morning News Bulletin 29 February 2024


ASIO's chief reveals the presence of a spy ring that targeted Australia - and recruited a former politician; an elderly man in custody after a Sydney daylight shooting; and the Matildas book their spot at this year's Olympic games.


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