SBS News

A bulletin of the day’s top stories from SBS News.

https://www.sbs.com.au/news/sbs-news-latest/podcastcollection/sbs-news-latest

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 5m. Bisher sind 1664 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint alle 0 Tage.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 6 days 13 hours 18 minutes

subscribe
share





PM bulletin 15 January 2022


The Immigration Minister details his reasons for cancelling Novak Djokovic's visa for a second time, Omicron outbreaks nearing their peak in some jurisdictions; and in sport, Australia wins its first Men's Under-19s Cricket World Cup match, beating the West Indies by six wickets.


share







   5m
 
 

Midday bulletin 15 January 2022


Novak Djokovic's lawyers file their court submissions to in an effort to prevent him from being deported from Australia; Queensland scraps its domestic travel restrictions; reports of COVID-positive players and close contacts in the AFLW likely to be the case for the rest of the season.


share







   5m
 
 

AM bulletin 15 January 2022


Novak Djokovic's lawyers scramble to prepare a case preventing his deportation; women's advocacy groups say the federal government's domestic violence draft plans need to go further; Tasmania hosts its first ever men's Ashes Test.


share







   6m
 
 

PM Bulletin 14 January 2022


The NSW Premier calls for Hillsong to be fined over an event that breached public health orders, Victoria to convert two quarantine facilities into medi-hotels to ease the burden on hospitals; and in sport, Tasmania hosts its first ever.

 


share







   4m
 
 

Midday bulletin 14 January 2021


New South Wales is expecting new COVID cases to plateau next week, Concerns for Indigenous communities grappling with their first outbreaks of the pandemic, Trinidad and Tobago Olympic medallist Deon Lendore has died in a car crash aged 29.


share







   5m
 
 

AM Bulletin 14 January 2022


A conviction in an infamous 1980s gay hate murder in Sydney, Prince Andrew stripped of military affiliations and royal patronages amid a sexual assault court case, the draw for the Australian Open has been conducted, despite ongoing uncertainty about the status of Novak Djokovic's visa.


share







   6m
 
 

PM bulletin 13 January 2021


New South Wales records over 90,000 COVID-19 cases, following a mandate on rapid antigen test reporting, A decision on whether or not Novak Djokovic can remain in Australia likely to be made soon, Australian Open organisers to pause tickets for the tennis at 50 per cent capacity.


share







   5m
 
 

Midday bulletin 13 January 2021


Victoria to extend its quarantine exemptions to a range of critical industries, New South Wales reported 92,264 COVID-19 cases, which includes a backlog of positive rapid antigen test results The AFLW match between the Geelong Cats and Western Bulldogs in doubt after several positive COVID-19 cases


share







   6m
 
 

AM Bulletin 13 January 2022


New South Wales defends its decision to fine anyone who fails to report a positive rapid antigen test online, British prime minister Boris Johnson admits to attending a party at Downing Street during the May 2020 lockdown, and Australia's first female Dakar Rally car driver Molly Taylor claims a personal best.


share







   6m
 
 

PM bulletin January 12 2022


Novak Djokovic says it was an administrative error that resulted in the false declaration made on his border pass to enter Australia, Flash flooding and heavy rainfall expected as Cyclone Tiffany makes it way to the Northern Territory, Mitchell Starc says he wants to play all five Tests this summer.

 

 


share







   5m