In this bulletin, Russia defends its invasion of Ukraine to the United Nations General Assembly; the Coalition warns that a poorly designed federal anti-corruption watchdog could deter good people from entering public life; and in sport, Geelong celebrate after last night's premiership win against the Sydney Swans.
In this bulletin, China's support for Russia appears to be slipping after its Foreign Minister call's for a peaceful resolution in the war in Ukraine; the death toll from the sinking of a Lebanese migrants boat reaches 94; and in sport, Penrith defeat South Sydney in the NRL, making it through to the 2022 decider next weekend.
Australian foreign minister Penny Wong calls on China to use its influence to helo end the war in Ukraine, A controversial cashless debit card to become voluntary from next month A tearful farewell to tennis from Roger Federer.
In this bulletin, frantic search unfolds for five-year-old child missing in flood waters; world leaders sound alarm on the effects of climate change; and in sport, Geelong's Max Holmes set to miss the AFL grand final.
In this bulletin, Optus customers warned to watch for suspicious activity after a security breach on personal data; another deadly mosque blast claims lives in Kabul; and in sport, Victorians prepare to once again host the AFL grand final this weekend.
Australia's Foreign Minister renews calls for China to de-escalate its presence in Taiwan, 'Human error' being investigated as a possible cause behind the Optus cyber-attack, Thousands of fans gather in Melbourne ahead of the AFL Grand Final.
Concerns about identity theft for millions of Australians after a cyberattack on Optus, Debate about an Australian republic continues, as federal parliament reconvenes, The Socceroos win, but don't impress, in their last home match before the World Cup
Australia's public holiday to mourn the Queen's death triggers protests in support of First Nations communities; New Zealand rocked by an earthquake; Socceroos coach says there are some mitigating circumstances behind his side's underwhelming poerformance against New Zealand.
A cyber attack hits phone and internet provider Optus, The Queen's memorial service met with protests across the country, The fallout continues as key figures in the Hawthorn racism scandal deny wrongdoing.
A minute's silence has been marked across Australia in tribute to the late Queen Elizabeth II, World leaders condemn Russian president Vladimir Putin's announcement of a mobilsation for the war in Ukraine, Former AFL player Eddie Betts calls for league-wide reviews after scathing Hawthorne report...