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Midday bulletin June 18


The federal government works to stop what it calls a sophisticated cyber threat against service provider groups in Australia, Reports a police officer has been killed in a New Zealand shooting, England's rugby football union conducts a review of a fan song which has roots in American slavery.

 

 


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 2020-06-19  4m
 
 

AM bulletin 19 June 2020


Adem Somyurek says Labor MP Anthony Byrne taught him all he knows about Labor party branches; the UK ditches its COVID-19 tracing app and big wins for Newcastle in the National Rugby League and Hawthorn in the AFL.


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PM bulletin June 18 2020


The latest unemployment numbers described as heartbreaking with warnings of more job losses to come, Three arrested over a massive drug seizure, US Open tennis officials scrap the wheelchair event.

 


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 2020-06-18  4m
 
 

Midday bulletin June 18 2020


Federal Labor leader Anthony Albanese counsels an MP over what he calls inappropriate text messages, Two childcare centres close in Melbourne after a staff member and a child test positive to coronavirus, European football's governing body unveils its champions league format for this August.


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 2020-06-18  5m
 
 

Midday bulletin June 18 2020


Federal Labor leader Anthony Albanese counsels an MP over what he calls inappropriate text messages, Two childcare centres close in Melbourne after a staff member and a child test positive to coronavirus, European football's governing body unveils its champions league format for this August.


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 2020-06-18  5m
 
 

AM bulletin 18 June 2020


More damning allegations in the ALP's branch-stacking row; the Indian Prime Minister issues a warning to China over a deadly border dispute and Dustin Martin to miss Richmond's encounter with Hawthorn through injury.

 

 


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 2020-06-17  5m
 
 

PM bulletin June 17 2020


Former Labor premier Steve Bracks says a review into the Victorian branch of the A-L-P will lead to a better party, Australia to begin trade talks with the United Kingdom, Up to 2,000 fans allowed to watch AFL and NRL games in Queensland stadium.


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 2020-06-17  4m
 
 

Midday bulletin June 17 2020


Consular officials have met with an Australian on death row in China, Daniel Andrews apologises to rank-and-file members of the Labor party for the branch stacking scandal, In football, a warning from one of the English Premier League's most prominent coaches.


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 2020-06-17  5m
 
 

AM bulletin 17 June 2020


North Korea blows up its joint liaison office with South Korea; medical trials find a widely available steroid is an effective treatment for COVID-19 and a warning from one of the English Premier League's most prominent coaches as the competition prepares to resume.

 


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 2020-06-16  5m
 
 

PM bulletin June 16 2020


South Australia to open its borders to travellers from some jurisdictions from midnight, Another Victorian minister steps down after allegations of branch-stacking, Cricket Australia's chief executive Kevin Roberts resigns.
 


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 2020-06-16  5m