PM - Full Program - 08/10/2015 19:1810/07/15
On PM: US President Barack Obama calls Medecins Sans Frontieres chief Joanne Liu to apologise for the US air strike that killed 22 people, including 12 staff, in Afghanistan, as the charity insists it had no warning. Turkish police arrest six people...
PM - Full Program - 07/10/2015 19:07
The High Court challenge to offshore detention is told that the Nauru detention centre is an 'Australian endeavour' that breaches the constitution and is not authorised by Australian law. And we look at credit cards, children's biscuits, and washing...
PM - Full Program - 06/10/2015 19:26
The Prime Minister says the landmark trade deal sealed between 12 countries in the early hours of this morning will open up markets across the Pacific and boost Australia's prosperity. The sister of teenage gunman who killed a civilian police service...
PM - Full Program - 05/10/2015 19:20
On PM tonight: Nauru announces it will decide the claims of some 600 remaining detainees within days; and as unseasonably warm weather sweeps over much of Australia, forecasters are warning there are plenty more heatwaves in store. And West Australian...
PM - Full Program - 02/10/2015 19:10
On PM tonight: Australian fashion retailer David Jones reveals its computer system has been hacked. Private details of some customers have been stolen by criminals. Is the era of low interest rates over? Fears the price of borrowing could rise as...
PM - Full Program - 01/10/2015 19:09
On PM: Despite promises of no sniping from the sidelines, Tony Abbott, in his second interview in a week, says 'personal vitriol' led to him losing the leadership. And the government of Nauru steps up its campaign against its domestic political...
PM - Full Program - 30/09/2015 19:26
On Wednesday's program: the worker exploitation scandal engulfing the Australian 7-Eleven chain has forced the company chairman and CEO to step down today; Australia's top business, union and civil society leaders are assembling in Canberra for a snap...
PM - Full Program - 29/09/2015 19:12
On Tuesday's program: as much as 50 billion dollars have been wiped off the value of the Australian share market; the former prime minister, Tony Abbott, has said he could have won the election if he'd won the leadership ballot in his first live...
PM - Full Program - 28/09/2015 19:09
On Monday's program: Rosie Batty, the mother of murdered Victorian schoolboy, Luke Batty, has welcomed the findings of an inquest into the 11-year-old's death; a South Australian woman, who was allegedly assaulted while watching an AFL match with her...
PM - Full Program - 25/09/2015 21:56
On Friday's PM: Turnbull Govt wraps its first week with a renewed focus on policy, anger from WA residents over their shark cull protest linked to radicalisation by Govt, China president to announce a national cap and trade at a summit with Obama, RSL...
PM - Full Program - 24/09/2015 21:56
On Thursday's PM: As the Government announces domestic violence package, Homelessness Australia says no matter allocated for beds for women and children, detainee numbers on Christmas Island more than tripled in five months, 7-Elevan chairman denies...
PM - Full Program - 23/09/2015 21:56
On Wednesday's PM: Scott Morrison says government spending 'unstainable', BHP Billiton defends its taxpaying record in Australia and Peta Credlin hits back at critics, the ACCC considers an inquiry to look into claims Australian big banks shut down...
PM - Full Program - 22/09/2015 21:56
On Tuesday's PM: Allegations in the Northern Territory of youth detention workers forcing teenagers to fight, claims that Australian banks have declared war on Bitcoin traders, Tasmanian public servants accepting gifts of expensive whiskey and...
PM - Full Program - 21/09/2015 21:56
On Monday's program: Malcolm Turnbull's new '21st century' ministry is sworn in and goes from two women to five, businessmen calls for more funding to help train resettled refugees who come to Australia, Malcolm Turnbull's love of transport has...
PM - Full Program - 18/09/2015 21:56
On Friday's program: Scott Morrison tells of how Abbott offered him the position of treasurer, how will the Canning voters be affected by the Liberal change in leadership, Croatia closes its borders with Serbia, the use of tear gas on children in a...
PM - Full Program - 17/09/2015 21:56
On Thursday's program: Mick Gooda says he hopes Malcolm Turnbull will confirm the 2017 Indigenous referendum timetable, Fairfield locals say they will welcome resettled Syrian refugees, NT female politicians stage a walk out over comments made by the...
PM - Full Program - 16/09/2015 21:56
On Wednesday's program: there's a stand-off in Federal Cabinet as some Ministers hang on grimly to their jobs despite attempts to blast them off the frontbench; the Labor frontbench peppered Mr Turnbull with questions in Parliament on climate change,...
PM - Full Program - 15/09/2015 19:40
On Tuesday's program: Malcolm Turnbull's been sworn in as Prime Minister shortly before facing his first Question Time as the nation's leader; former Prime Minister Tony Abbott is contemplating his future tonight, having been ousted from the office...
PM - Full Program - 14/09/2015 20:17
On Monday's program: Weeks of escalating panic in Government ranks have come to this. An opinion poll showing a likely ten per cent swing against the Government in the coming Canning by-election tipped the scales. Malcolm Turnbull decided not even to...
PM - Full Program - 11/09/2015 20:20
On Friday's program: The Prime Minister has dismissed reports of a cabinet re-shuffle, divisions in Europe continue over the worsening asylum seeker crisis, Australian researchers have found people with unhealthier diets have smaller brain areas...
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