A bulletin of the day’s top stories from SBS News.
PM bulletin 24 September 2021
Victoria and New South Wales continue to record a high number of new COVID-19 cases, A plan approved to allow the safe return of international students to New South Wales, And in sport Women's football celebrates a 100-year milestone.
Midday bulletin September 24 2021
Victoria records 733 new locally acquired COVID-19 cases and one death, Vaccinated international students to return to New South Wales, Queensland opens two vaccination pop up clinics at Suncorp Stadium ahead of NRL Finals matches this weekend.
AM bulletin 24 September 2021
Scott Morrison meets Narenda Modi in Washington ahead of Quad duties, a protester in Melbourne is being treated for COVID-19 in hospital and in sport, the NRL prepares for an expansion with a second team in Brisbane.
PM bulletin 23 September 2021
New South Wales and Victoria continue to record a high number of coronavirus cases, Renewed pleas to repatriate dozens of Australian children in refugee camps in north-east Syria, Carlton appoints a new Senior coach, to lead the charge.
Midday bulletin September 23 2021
Victoria records its highest ever daily number of coronavirus cases, Australia and the United States attempt to repair relations with France but the UK takes a more blunt approach, And in sport, Queensland launches a rugby league themed vaccine incentive.
AM bulletin 23 September 2021
Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison visits the Pentagon and the Capitol in Washington, Melbourne braces for its fourth day of protests this week and in sport, the laws of cricket are updated to include gender neutral terms.