PM - Full Program - 06/07/2015 19:4407/05/15
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...
PM - Full Program - 03/07/2015 19:16
Among PM's stories tonight: Panic sets in on China's share markets as traders call in investors' margin loans and the Shanghai Composite drops by as much as a third since its peak in the middle of June. An export permit holdup leaves Northern...
PM - Full Program - 02/07/2015 19:21
Among PM's stories tonight: A much needed win for the corporate regulator ASIC as the former boss of pharmaceutical firm, Sigma, pleads guilty to cooking the books. The Tasmanian Government refuses to rule out selective logging in the state's world...
PM - Full Program - 01/07/2015 19:29
On tonight's program: There's been a new development in the push for same-sex marriage in Australia; After months of bitter infighting among Queensland's judiciary, the state's Chief Justice Tim Carmody has resigned; Doctors, teachers and humanitarian...
PM - Full Program - 29/06/2015 19:23
On tonight's program: Greece is this evening facing a confused and unpredictable state of crisis that has the potential to rip through global financial markets and destroy European unity; Social workers who say they were sacked from their jobs at the...
PM - Full Program - 26/06/2015 19:22
Among PM's stories tonight: The Federal Government foreshadows more changes to the welfare sector, with a focus on encouraging more private investment. With negotiators, including US secretary of state John Kerry, on their way to Vienna for key talks...
PM - Full Program - 25/06/2015 19:15
Among PM's stories tonight: Heads must roll. As the row over QandA continues, the Prime Minister calls for an urgent Federal Government inquiry into the ABC as the rift between the Government and the national broadcaster widens further. The United...
PM - Full Program - 24/06/2015 19:49
On Wednesday's edition of PM: The Government is rushing a bill through Federal Parliament to head off a legal challenge to its offshore detention policies, members of Sydney's Muslim community have welcomed news of the deaths of Khaled Sharrouf and...
PM - Full Program - 23/06/2015 19:26
On Tuesday's edition of PM: As the mining industry struggles through some tough times, veterans tell new entrants to the market to bunker down and wait it out; and after an Australian man convicted of threatening Commonwealth officials appeared on the...
PM - Full Program - 22/06/2015 19:23
Among PM's stories tonight: A German court is considering a request from Egypt to extradite a senior journalist from the Al Jazeera channel who was detained trying to leave the country over the weekend. Hopes are growing that Greece can avoid...
PM - Full Program - 19/06/2015 19:18
Among PM's stories tonight: Senior Labor frontbenchers rush to defend their leader Bill Shorten, as details of his past dealings as a union leader continue to emerge. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton echoes president Obama's calls for...
PM - Full Program - 18/06/2015 19:15
Among PM's stories tonight: The Opposition Leader Bill Shorten is set to appear before the trade union royal commission next month as questions continue to plague him about deals struck when he was a union boss. A police dragnet combs the southern US...
PM - Full Program - 17/06/2015 19:37
Among PM's stories tonight: The Government has refused to comply with a Senate order to produce documents relating to whether people smugglers were paid to turn their boat back to Indonesia. The Federal Government is hailing the signing of a free...
PM - Full Program - 16/06/2015 19:37
Among PM's stories tonight: The Greens have struck a deal with the Government to support changes to the aged pension, the City of Sydney is working with a dedicated police team to crack down on dodgy accommodation, and a University of Melbourne...
PM - Full Program - 15/06/2015 19:41
Among PM's stories tonight: The Federal Government faced a sustained attack in the Parliament this afternoon over whether or not it paid a crew of people smugglers to turn their boat back to Indonesia. The Tasmanian Aboriginal community says it's hurt...
PM - Full Program - 12/06/2015 19:24
Among PM's stories tonight: The Prime Minister Tony Abbott has repeatedly refused to deny allegations that Australian officials paid the crew of an asylum seeker boat to return to Indonesia. The former head of Australia's military mission in...
PM - Full Program - 11/06/2015 19:21
Among PM's stories tonight: The Prime Minister Tony Abbott describes wind farms as 'visually awful' and boasts that slashing the renewable energy target will restrict growth in the industry; while in South Australia, Alinta Energy blames the rise in...
PM - Full Program - 10/06/2015 19:28
Among PM's stories tonight; The Prime Minister has defended his Treasurer amid the ongoing criticism of Joe Hockey's comments about housing affordability. The Queensland Auditor-General has handed down a damning report into state government management...
PM - Full Program - 09/06/2015 19:42
Among PM's stories tonight; An audit into the accounts of the corporation that governs South Australia's remote APY Lands has found serious financial discrepancies and poor tracking of how public money is being spent. New South Wales set to relax...
PM - Full Program - 08/06/2015 20:17
Among PM's stories tonight; The ABC has obtained evidence that an Australian company allegedly bribed the president of Nauru and his justice minister, after more than a decade of growing power, the party of Turkey's president Recep Tayipp Erdogan has...
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