PM - Full Program - 03/08/2015 19:5308/02/15
Tonight's stories: Philip Ruddock says he's available for the job left vacant by Bronwyn Bishop. The latest figures on property prices show high prices spreading from Sydney to Melbourne, bringing more calls for the Reserve Bank to take the heat out...
PM - Full Program - 31/07/2015 19:10
On the PM program tonight: Pressure ratchets up still further on Bronwyn Bishop as Labor says it will cease cooperating with the Government in the running of Federal Parliament if she remains in the Speaker's chair. Reverberations from the Adam Goodes...
PM - Full Program - 30/07/2015 19:09
On the PM program tonight: support for the Speaker Bronwyn Bishop from within her own party fades despite an apology for hiring a helicopter to drop her at a party fundraiser. With speculation the debris that's washed up on the island of Reunion is...
PM - Full Program - 29/07/2015 20:27
The Speaker Bronwyn Bishop's expenses scandal widens, with MPs Clive Palmer and Andrew Wilkie announcing they'll lodge a motion of no confidence, a man confesses to sexual abuse of his four daughters. But the Royal Commission hears that wasn't enough...
PM - Full Program - 28/07/2015 20:27
Tonight on PM: Claims that children in the Jehovah's Witness church are easy targets for paedophiles. The Royal Commission hears that the church's complaints mechanism leaves children vulnerable to abuse. Sydney Swans player Adam Goodes takes a break...
PM - Full Program - 27/07/2015 20:27
Among our stories tonight: Serious questions about chiropracty and its national peak body as the national health watchdog sanctions six more practitioners for sneaking into hospitals to treat babies in secret. The child abuse Royal Commission reveals...
PM - Full Program - 24/07/2015 19:20
Among PM's stories tonight: The ALP agrees to consider the so called 'Buffett rule' which would put a new minimum income tax rate on those who make over $300,000 a year. Kenyans eagerly await the arrival of Barack Obama, on his first visit as...
PM - Full Program - 23/07/2015 19:43
On PM tonight: After two days of talks with state and territory leaders, the prime minister spells out his criteria for taking a GST increase to the next federal election; and will the Northern Territory be a State by 2018? Also, one of Australia's...
PM - Full Program - 22/07/2015 19:40
Among our stories tonight: Environment groups and the Greens welcome the Federal Opposition's plan for a bigger renewable energy target, but the Government ridicules it as an attempt to distract voters from alleged plans for a carbon tax. 'Sort this...
PM - Full Program - 20/07/2015 19:36
Among our stories tonight: An increase in the GST is back on the cards - New South Wales Premier Baird wants the tax hiked from 10 to 15 per cent. The Speaker of Federal Parliament Bronwyn Bishop put on what the Prime minister calls probation. Labor...
PM - Full Program - 17/07/2015 19:36
Among our stories tonight, Speaker Bronwyn Bishop under more pressure as Labor asks the Australian Federal Police to investigate alleged misuse of taxpayer-funded entitlements over her use of a helicopter, the Federal Government's own carbon...
PM - Full Program - 16/07/2015 19:36
Among our stories tonight - yesterday she said she chartered a helicopter for the 75 kilometre trip from Melbourne to Geelong because of her concern for the country; today the Speaker Bronwyn Bishop agrees to pay the money back. Police in NSW say...
PM - Full Program - 15/07/2015 19:21
On tonight's program: There's been a mixed response to the Federal Treasurer's call for the states to consider changes to the GST; The Federal Opposition says recent aid budget cuts have forced the people behind some Australian-funded projects in...
PM - Full Program - 14/07/2015 19:08
On tonight's program: The Federal Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce's decision to oppose a Chinese-backed coal mine has reignited debate about whether he has the credentials to become deputy prime minister; The Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop...
PM - Full Program - 13/07/2015 19:43
On tonight's program: The Clean Energy Finance Corporation has confirmed it is seeking advice on the Federal Government's directive that it no longer finance wind farms and small scale solar projects; Public hearings have begun in Melbourne for...
PM - Full Program - 10/07/2015 19:42
Pain for Labor drags on even as Bill Shorten's time in the royal commission witness box comes to an end, and mainland Chinese shares rebound, but for how long? Plus, Obama administration officials admit the largest government hacking breach in US...
PM - Full Program - 09/07/2015 19:42
Among our stories tonight: a massive cash injection and other measures stabilise Chinese markets after a month in which shares have lost more than 30 per cent of their value. The Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce says he won't resign from cabinet,...
PM - Full Program - 08/07/2015 19:42
On Wednesday's edition of PM: New research suggests that in Australia's suburbs, 'food deserts' - areas where fresh food outlets are few and far between - match closely with high rates of diabetes and heart disease; and huge 'family entrance' signs on...
PM - Full Program - 07/07/2015 19:44
On tonight's program: the Federal Education Minister Christopher Pyne has launched a review of the policy and funding of university research to help boost its commercial returns; Former champion swimmer Dawn Fraser has apologised to tennis star Nick...
PM - Full Program - 06/07/2015 19:44
On tonight's program: Just when you thought Greece could spring no more surprises, its outspoken finance minister has reacted to a massive referendum victory by resigning; After last week's vertiginous falls, some market analysts were seeing China's...
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