PM - Full Program - 28/01/2015 19:2501/27/15
Among PM's stories tonight: Media baron Rupert Murdoch weighs in on Abbott's 'knightmare' and calls for Peta Credlin's resignation, The High Court finds it was legal to hold asylum seekers at sea last year, Christopher Pyne continues to strike a...
PM - Full Program - 27/01/2015 19:23
Among PM's stories tonight: The royal knighthood fallout continues with senior ministers distancing themselves from Tony Abbott's decision, CSIRO and Bureau of Meteorology release climate change projections, the Newman Government detail their election...
PM - Full Program - 23/01/2015 19:16
Among PM's stories tonight: Nearly one in five new nursing homes failed to meet quality standards last financial year, documents released under Freedom of Information reveal. The news comes as the Federal Government looks at cutting red tape in aged...
PM - Full Program - 22/01/2015 19:18
Among PM's stories tonight: Two Australian jihadists accused of enslaving women from the Yazidi religious minority in northern Iraq. Details of the Federal Government's review of industrial relations including penalty rates, the minimum wage,...
PM - Full Program - 21/01/2015 19:55
On the PM program tonight: Crossbench senators are lining up to let the Federal Government know they won't be supporting deregulation of university fees. Tensions between Israel and Iran are higher after an airstrike in Syria which killed an Iranian...
PM - Full Program - 20/01/2015 19:44
On the PM program tonight: In Papua New Guinea, asylum seekers at the Manus Island detention centre say they will continue their hunger strike. The Federal Opposition's big names have been in Queensland on the election trail, reminding voters of Tony...
PM - Full Program - 19/01/2015 20:07
On the PM program tonight: The computer systems and database of one of the country's largest travel insurance companies has been hacked, and parts of its customer database posted online. Australia's first Royal Commission into Family Violence is...
PM - Full Program - 16/01/2015 19:08
On the PM program tonight: Reports that asylum seekers on Manus Island have begun to collapse after three days without food and water, while others have swallowed detergent and razor blades in protest. And shedding excess fat; researchers say two...
PM - Full Program - 15/01/2015 20:33
On the PM program tonight: The first Government back down of the new year as it shelves the controversial plan to cut Medicare rebates after facing a political backlash and the likelihood of a Senate defeat. And scientists manage to extract DNA from...
PM - Full Program - 14/01/2015 18:51
On the program this Friday: The Federal Government's cut to the Medicare rebate for some doctor vists looks to be short-lived, with support growing to block the move in the Senate. Escalating tensions inside the Manus Island Detention Centre have...
PM - Full Program - 13/01/2015 18:53
On the program this Friday: One of South Australia's most senior Aboriginal officials stands down amid accusations of financial mismanagement. Europe fearing a backlash from far-right groups in the wake of the Paris attacks. And a New Zealand navy...
PM - Full Program - 12/01/2015 18:39
On the program this Friday: Almost 4 million people have taken to the streets of cities and towns across France to condemn attacks in Paris by Islamic extremists. Australia's Race Discmination Commissioner has flatly rejected calls for possible...
PM - Full Program - 09/01/2015 19:02
On the program this Friday: The Deputy Leader of Queensland's Labor Opposition, Tim Mulherin, announces he will quit politics for personal reasons four days into the state's election campaign. And Sri Lanka's president, Mahinda Rajapaksa, concedes...
PM - Full Program - 08/01/2015 19:04
French police continue an enormous manhunt for the men who carried out the brazen and methodical slaughter of 12 people at the offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. The deadliest attack in France for five decades has traumatised the French...
PM - Full Program - 07/01/2015 19:06
On the program tonight: Lawyers for the jailed Australian journalist Peter Greste have formally applied to the Egyptian government for his deportation. Rain is falling on parts of the bushfire that has been sweeping through the Adelaide hills, and...
PM - Full Program - 06/01/2015 18:47
On the program tonight: The Queensland Premier Campbell Newman has snapped the state out of its holiday slumber with the news voters will go to the polls on January the 31st. Damage assesment teams believe 38 houses have been destroyed in the Adelaide...
PM - Full Program - 05/01/2015 19:25
On the program tonight: Twenty-six homes have been destroyed or badly damaged by a bushfire in South Australia and that number is expected to rise. Syrian asylum seekers are now required to buy a visa to enter Lebanon from today, after previously...
PM - Full Program - 19/12/2014 19:15
On the program tonight: The ex-footballer, the private eye and the political adviser, Clive Palmer's media man has been charged over his alleged involvement in a kidnapping. The Assistant Treasurer, Arthur Sinodinos, resigns over his involvement in an...
PM - Full Program - 18/12/2014 19:14
On the PM program tonight: Federal politicians roundly reject liberal democratic Senator David Leyonhjelm's call for Australia's gun ownership laws to be relaxed as simplistic and flawed. The last thaw of the cold war, the United States and Cuba...
PM - Full Program - 17/12/2014 19:35
Among PM's stories tonight: Pakistani Taliban claim responsibility for the Peshawar school shooting by at least nine gunmen, saying its aim was to kill the children of soldiers in retaliation for an army operation against them in Pakistan's tribal...
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