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PM bulletin 10 May 2020


Queensland's Deputy Premier resigns; anti-lockdown protests are taking place in Victoria; and in sport, the A-F-L season could resume on the 11th of June.


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 2020-05-10  5m
 
 

AM Bulletin 10 May 2020


Australians urged to exercised caution if visiting their mother for Mother's Day; the federal opposition pressures the government to release its Jobseeker modelling; and authorities operating on the basis there can be no further postponement to the Tokyo Olympics


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 2020-05-10  5m
 
 

Australians are being urged to remain careful as further virus restrictions are set to ease


Despite more COVID-19 restrictions set to ease officials are encouraging people to maintain social distancing over the coming weeks.


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 2020-05-09  5m
 
 

Multilingual campaign launches in Victoria to address family violence rise amid COVID-19 crises


An ad campaign is highlighting the impact of the prevalence of family violence amid the coronavirus crisis. 

 


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 2020-05-09  3m
 
 

PM bulletin 9 May 2020


A 17th resident of Sydney's Newmarch House nursing home dies; Queensland's Deputy Premier steps aside from ministerial duties; and in sport, Manly Sea Eagles Coach Des Hasler is displeased with the N-R-L's Project Apollo's proposals. 


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 2020-05-09  5m
 
 

AM Bulletin 9 May 2020


States and territories begin making calls on the easing of coronavirus restrictions; US unemployment now at its worst level since the Great Depression; and two Socceroos feature, as football gets back underway in Korea


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 2020-05-09  7m
 
 

PM bulletin May 8 2020


Prime Minister Scott Morrison details a three-step plan for the easing of coronavirus restrictions, The implementation of banking royal commission reforms delayed by six months, Western Australia's Olympic and Paralympic athletes resume training for the Tokyo Games.




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 2020-05-08  6m
 
 

Midday bulletin May 2020


Today's national cabinet meeting underway to discuss the possible easing of restrictions, China indicates it will support a World Health Organisation's investigation into the coronavirus, The German football league prepares to restart under strict health rules



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 2020-05-08  5m
 
 

AM bulletin 8 May 2020


National Cabinet to discuss the possible easing of restrictions, another rise in unemployment in the United States and the National Rugby League says players who object to flu vaccinations will be allowed to take part in the competition under certain circumstances.

 

 


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 2020-05-07  4m
 
 

PM bulletin May 7 2020


Royal Commission findings reveal George Pell knew about child sexual abuse by priests in the 1970s, Alleged attempts made to defraud the early access to superannuation scheme, Western Australian clubs prepare to relocate to Victoria for the AFL season restart.



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 2020-05-07  6m