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Pm bulletin 23 September 2022


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


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AM BULLETIN 23 SEPTEMBER 2022


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.


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PM bulletin 23 September 2022


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.


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Midday bulletin 23 September 2022


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...


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AM bulletin 22 September 2022


Russian president Vladimir Putin announces a partial mobilisation for the war in Ukraine, Donald Trump sued for fraud by New York's Attorney General, and Alastair Clarkson denies wrongdoing in the racism scandal that's rocked the A-F-L in the week of its Grand Final.


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PM bulletin 21 September 2022


The AFL announces an external independent panel to examine allegations of harassment targeting First Nations players, Drilling halted on a major gas project after court action by traditional owners, The Socceroos prepare to play against New Zealand's team for the first time since 2011.


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Midday bulletin 21 September 2022


The Hawthorne Football Club to respond to allegations of harassment of First Nations players, A major school bus crash in Bacchus Marsh, Australia take out the victory against India in the first of the T20 three-match series.


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AM bulletin 21 September 2022


The United Nations issues a dire assessment of global affairs as foreign dignitaries meet in New York, Pro-Kremlin separatists in Ukraine announce referendum's on joining Russia and a scathing review reveals racial vilification and harassment of First Nations players at Hawthorne Football Club.


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PM bulletin 20 September 2022


The government issues a warning ahead of the federal budget, Promises that the blow will be softened when petrol prices rise next week, The AFL investigating whether or not to adopt a concept from the National Rugby league next season.


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Midday bulletin 20 September 2022


The late Queen Elizabeth the Second has been laid to rest after ten days of mourning, Parole laws tightened in New South Wales for convicted murderers, In AFL, Lance Franklin signs on for one more year with Sydney Swans.


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