PM - Full Program - 28/08/2015 19:2408/27/15
On PM: Australian Border Force cancels operation on the same day it is announced after community concern, proposed changes to bail laws for people with links to terrorism in NSW also face opposition, and a former teacher in North Korea tells how the...
PM - Full Program - 26/08/2015 19:17
Among PM's stories tonight: Paedophiles may just have lost one of their last hiding places; it was on what's known as the Dark Web, where police have hunted down an anonymous Australian who ran an international paedophile ring of 45,000 members. The...
PM - Full Program - 25/08/2015 19:25
Among PM's stories tonight: On PM: Australian stocks have defied the odds, bouncing back into positive territory despite more stomach churning falls on global financial markets overnight. And prosecutors have dropped charges against a Melbourne...
PM - Full Program - 24/08/2015 19:19
Among PM's stories tonight: Around $60 billion has been wiped off the value of the Australian share market today, a wipe-out not seen since the US debt crisis in 2011. The Royal Commission into child sex abuse has heard that girls at the Winlaton...
PM - Full Program - 21/08/2015 19:27
Among PM's stories tonight: Former High Court judge Dyson Heydon considers his future overseeing the royal commission into trade unions after a hearing in which three union representatives told him his position was untenable. The poet, critic,...
PM - Full Program - 20/08/2015 19:16
Among PM's stories: The Federal Cabinet's talking points for the media leaked for a second successive day. 'The rumble we had to have, to get the ground rules right': Aboriginal leader Noel Pearson's description of today's meeting between him, three...
PM - Full Program - 19/08/2015 19:27
Among PM's stories tonight: The Federal Government's next big obstacle is trying to pass legislation to tie the hands of conservation groups, but the Greens, Labor and key cross-benchers are all either opposed to or dubious about the proposal. The...
PM - Full Program - 18/08/2015 19:19
Among PM's stories tonight: The Government plans to change the country's environment laws so that only those with a direct interest in a proposed development would be able to appeal against it in the courts; and eight foreigners believed to be among...
PM - Full Program - 17/08/2015 19:32
Tonight: PM speaks to a gay couple in Sydney in their eighties who want to have the right to marry before they die, investigators believe that the sawn-off shotgun used in last year's fatal Sydney siege should have been surrendered during the...
PM - Full Program - 14/08/2015 19:14
Among PM's stories tonight: as the Cabinet rift over same sex marriage deepens, Tony Abbott refuses to intervene. Some senior Ministers have slapped down fellow Minister Scott Morrison's calls for a referendum. The Northern Territory coroner...
PM - Full Program - 13/08/2015 19:09
On PM: The Opposition calls for the dismantling of the trade union royal commission after its head Justice Dyson Heydon changed his mind about speaking at a Liberal Party fundraiser. The Ugly Game - how the Mob Museum in Las Vegas, dedicated to the...
PM - Full Program - 12/08/2015 19:29
On PM: Malcolm Turnbull warns that Tony Abbott's plebiscite proposal means same-sex marriage will stay 'a live issue all the way up to the next election'. New research from Monash University says children are being dangerously exposed to thousands of...
PM - Full Program - 11/08/2015 19:48
On PM tonight: The Prime Minister's called a snap meeting of both the Liberal and National parties today to decide whether Coalition MPs should have a conscience vote on same-sex marriage. The Greens are urging the Immigration Minister Peter Dutton to...
PM - Full Program - 10/08/2015 19:38
Among PM's stories tonight: Report into Linc Energy's Hopeland site reveals extensive toxic contamination to groundwater, soil and air. The WA Government has announced a range of measures to curb the state's ice problem, and a sacred Aboriginal...
PM - Full Program - 07/08/2015 19:13
Among PM's stories tonight: Western Australia fears the Federal Government will sideline it from building the navy's patrol boats, after Tony Abbott talked about the work going to South Australia and Victoria. After the official reopening of the...
PM - Full Program - 06/08/2015 19:28
Among PM's stories tonight: Australia's unemployment rate goes over 800,000 for the first time since 1994. The Minister Eric Abetz says that's good news because more people are joining the job market. As Japan marks the 70th anniversary of the nuclear...
PM - Full Program - 05/08/2015 19:49
Among our stories tonight: The chair of the National Mental Health Commission Allan Fels renews his call for an urgent overhaul of the nation's mental health system. he says the need is a significant as tax reform; and a skink and a snake bring a halt...
PM - Full Program - 04/08/2015 19:49
Among our stories tonight: It's game on in the fight between unions and the Federal Government on workplace rights. The Productivity Commission suggests cuts to penalty rates for hospitality and retail workers. Unions say it is a Trojan Horse that...
PM - Full Program - 03/08/2015 19:53
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...
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