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Midday bulletin May 5 2020


A global effort aims to to raise $12.7 billion for a coronavirus vaccine, The national cabinet meets today, Chinese swimmer Sun Yang appealing his eight-year-ban.


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 2020-05-05  6m
 
 

AM bulletin 5 May 2020


New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern to attend Australia's national cabinet meeting; a global pledging effort aims to raise $12.7 billion for a coronavirus vaccine; Victorian police officer suspended for leaking photos.

 


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 2020-05-04  5m
 
 

PM bulletin May 4 2020


Australia’s coronavirus death toll rises to 96, New Zealand’s prime minister to take part in tomorrow’s national cabinet meeting, AFL clubs call players back from interstate in readiness for a possible season restart.


 



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 2020-05-04  5m
 
 

Midday bulletin May 4 2020


A New South Wales school closes for cleaning after a student tests positive to COVID-19, A survey shows migrants are more anxious about coronavirus than the broader community, South and North Korean troops  exchange fire along the border.

 




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 2020-05-04  5m
 
 

AM bulletin 4 May 2020


Italy eases Europe's longest lockdown; restrictions eased in Tasmania's north-west; NRL confident it's taken the right steps to protect its players from Covid-19.

 


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 2020-05-03  5m
 
 

PM bulletin 3 May 2020


Another coronavirus death at an aged care residence in Sydney; a Melbourne primary school closed for three days after a teacher tests positive for Covid-19 and football players continue to train at a German club despite some confirmed coronavirus cases. 


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 2020-05-03  5m
 
 

AM bulletin 3 May 2020


Spanish commuters to wear mandatory face masks on public transport, fears half of Australia's students may fall behind in their education if schools stay shut and in sport, the New Zealand Warriors to arrive in Australia to begin training. 


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 2020-05-03  5m
 
 

PM bulletin 2 May 2020


More staff become infected with coronavirus at a Sydney aged care home; a Covid-19 outbreak under investigation at a Melbourne meat processing plant and the New Zealand Warriors get permission to fly to Australia.


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 2020-05-02  5m
 
 

AM bulletin 2 May 2020


More staff become infected with coronavirus at a Sydney aged care home, the World Health Organisation warns countries easing lock downs to closely monitor COVID-19 outbreaks, in sport the Northern Territory invites the AFL to resume its season in the top end.


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 2020-05-02  5m
 
 

AM bulletin May 1 2020


New South Wales to ease restrictions, France and Italy fall into recession, A national cabinet meeting to set guidelines on the return of sports across the country.




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 2020-04-30  6m