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Midday bulletin 21 May 2020


Debate over border closures continues to intensify, the federal government emphasises the importance of natural gas in its energy roadmap, and Liverpool FC players permitted to miss training if they feel unsafe attending.


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AM bulletin 21 May 2020


At least 15 people dead as a powerful cyclone hits the Indian subcontinent, Commonwealth health officials at odds with state colleagues over COVID-19 border closures, and Liverpool FC players permitted to miss training if they feel unsafe attending.


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PM bulletin May 20 2020


The federal government stands by its push for the independent inquiry into the origins of COVID-19, A major union criticises Qantas' plans to return to normal flying without social distancing, Concern for local amateur sport in the wake of the pandemic.


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Can man's best friend help to fight the new coronavirus?


Researchers around the world are trying to find out if dogs can be trained to sniff out COVID-19 in people.


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AM bulletin 20 May 2020


A global coronavirus inquiry officially backed by the World Health Assembly, COVID-19 lockdowns cause a significant drop in daily carbon emissions, and Geelong midfielder Jack Steven is discharged from hospital after surgery to repair injuries from a stab wound.


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AM bulletin 20 May 2020


A global coronavirus inquiry officially backed by the World Health Assembly, COVID-19 lockdowns cause a significant drop in daily carbon emissions, and Geelong midfielder Jack Steven is discharged from hospital after surgery to repair injuries from a stab wound.


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PM bulletin May 19 2020


The Chinese Embassy hits back at claims Australia's push for an international inquiry into coronavirus has been vindicated, Australia's national coronavirus death toll reaches 100, The International Cricket Council suggests a change to the rules which ban saliva from being used to shine balls.






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Midday bulletin May 19 2020


Australia sourcing new markets for its barley after China imposes an 80 per cent tarriff on imports, The United States reiterates its criticism of the World Health Organisation, South Sydney's Cody Walker apologises for his role in an off season scuffle.



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AM bulletin 19 May 2020


An 80 per cent tariff to be imposed on Australian barley imports to China, China to support an impartial review into the coronavirus, but only after it's brought under control, and the Sydney Swans coach calls on critics to be less harsh on the A-F-L.


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PM bulletin May 18 2020


An international health assembly to consider a plans for an independent inquiry into the global coronavirus pandemic, The national coronavirus death toll climbs to 99, Geelong football club refuses to speculate on the return of injured player Jack Steven.





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