PM - Full Program - 21/05/2015 19:2005/20/15
Among PM's stories tonight: A witness at the Child Abuse Royal Commission's hearings in the Victorian city of Ballarat says he knows of 10 local victims of abuse who committed suicide in the last year. 'Nope, nope, nope', says Tony Abbott to accepting...
PM - Full Program - 20/05/2015 19:35
On PM tonight: The child sex abuse Royal Commission has heard damning evidence today from a witness who claims Cardinal George Pell offered him a bribe to keep him quiet about clerical sexual abuse in Ballarat. The Prime Minister says Indigenous...
PM - Full Program - 19/05/2015 19:23
On PM tonight: Ballarat has begun to absorb the first of an expected three weeks of revelations of the devastating long-term effects of clerical sexual abuse in the town; A Senate committee has heard evidence that asylum seekers' rights are not...
PM - Full Program - 18/05/2015 19:26
Among PM's stories tonight: The renewable energy target deal between Labor and the Coalition is back on. In China, a big protest over a new railway line has sparked violent clashes, with the crowd turning on police after they started bashing...
PM - Full Program - 15/05/2015 19:33
Among PM's stories tonight: The man known by many Queenslanders as Doctor Death, Jayant Patel, barred from ever practising medicine again in Australia. The Federal Government insists that domestic violence prevention is still a top priority, despite...
PM - Full Program - 14/05/2015 19:28
Tonight on the program: The Government faces criticism over its new budget from Bill Shorten over their proposed paid parental leave cuts, Save the Children warn of the effects foreign aid cuts could have on Afghan women, PNG PM expresses surprise...
PM - Full Program - 13/05/2015 19:31
Tonight on the program: Official figures released today show wage growth has slowed to a record low pace, below the budget's estimate for this financial year. The foreign aid budget to Africa has been massively slashed, along with deep cuts to...
PM - Full Program - 12/05/2015 21:30
ABC's Radio Current Affairs Special from Parliament House in Canberra for Budget 2015. Much has been leaked, but does the Treasurer still have surprises to spring? We'll find out shortly in his speech, and then I'll bring you an hour of analysis and...
PM - Full Program - 11/05/2015 19:35
Among PM's stories tonight: In the lead-up to the budget, the Government's much anticipated and generous childcare spending has been overshadowed by the plan to effectively reduce paid parental leave for an estimated 80,000 new mothers. A new report...
PM - Full Program - 08/05/2015 19:24
Among PM's stories tonight: All the opinion pollsters humiliated, Labour thrashed, the centrist Liberal Democrats reduced to a rump and Scottish Nationalists triumphant as British prime minister David Cameron cancels the removal vans and prepares to...
PM - Full Program - 07/05/2015 19:18
Among PM's stories tonight: All the polls point to another hung Parliament for the UK, as the country wakes up to general election day 2015 and the likelihood of days more of haggling over who can form a government. Economists believe Australia's...
PM - Full Program - 06/05/2015 19:27
Among PM's stories tonight: The Greens are today refusing to explain the process that led to Victorian Senator Richard di Natale replacing Christine Milne as leader of the party. The Federal Court has ordered a group of internet service providers,...
PM - Full Program - 05/05/2015 19:30
Among PM's stories tonight: The Reserve Bank cut the official cash rate today to 2 per cent. Conservationists are calling on the Queensland Government to stop the bulldozing of tens of thousands of hectares of bushland in the state's far north, and in...
PM - Full Program - 04/05/2015 19:22
Among PM's stories tonight: Critics of the Federal Police remain dissatisfied with the explanation the law enforcement body has given for its decision to pass information to Indonesia about the Bali Nine drug smugglers. A bottle-neck at Kathmandu's...
PM - Full Program - 01/05/2015 19:21
Among PM's stories tonight: As Kathmandu slowly starts to recover, the extent of devastation in the rest of Nepal becomes clearer with thousands of villages wrecked and 90 per cent of clinics and schools in some districts said to be unusable. And...
PM - Full Program - 30/04/2015 19:12
Among PM's stories tonight: With heavy rain hampering relief efforts in Nepal, the United Nations launches an emergency appeal for the eight million people affected by Saturday's earthquake. The Federal Government treads carefully as it tries to work...
PM - Full Program - 29/04/2015 19:37
Among PM's stories tonight: Australian political leaders from across the spectrum have condemned Indonesia's killing of two Australians last night. Nepal's government has declared three days of national mourning the victims of the quake, which is now...
PM - Full Program - 28/04/2015 19:23
Among PM's stories tonight: The full scale of Nepal's earthquake disaster is starting to emerge tonight, as the United Nations says 1.5 million people are now in need of food aid. There are a number of signs that Indonesia is close to executing the...
PM - Full Program - 27/04/2015 19:40
Among PM's stories tonight: Two days after a gigantic earthquake rocked Nepal, tens of thousands of people there are desperate for aid. The Australian drug traffickers Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran could be executed by firing squad as soon as...
PM - Full Program - 24/04/2015 20:31
Among PM's stories tonight: Our reporter at Gallipoli where big crowds have already gathered in preparation for tomorrow's Anzac centenary dawn service. But in future should we try to remember more recent battles, and care for those still alive who...
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