A bulletin of the day’s top stories from SBS News.
A man in Victoria drowns in floodwaters; Russia's President Vladimir Putin announces a temporary halt to strikes in Ukraine; and in sport, Chris Woakes could play in England's line-up for their opening match at the T20 Cricket World Cup next weekend.
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese offers a boost to Australia's paid parental leave; the United Kindgom's finance minister is sacked following financial upheaval caused by his tax cuts policy; and England secures a 2 nil series win in the T20 cricket despite a rain washout.
Support rolled out for flood-affected communities as the rain stops but the rivers keep rising, South Korea ready to face ongoing threats from the north and in sport, local rider Jack Miller makes an impressive start to his Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix campaign.
A search underway for a man missing in floodwaters in western New South Wales; the Northern Territory to lift the age of criminal responsibility from 10 to 12 and the head of the Robodebt inquiry criticises the public service for failing to provide vital documents.
Labor sharpens its pitch to voters on national corruption laws, another deadly shooting in the same Pakistan city where the Taliban targeted a schoolgirl ten years ago and in sport, an Indian cricketer slapped with a 14-year ban for match fixing.
Treasurer Jim Chalmers to fly to the United States for talks on the global economy; torrential rain forecast for Victoria with fears of flash flooding and in netball, the Australian Diamonds arrive in New Zealand ahead of the first Constellation Cup match tonight.
In this bulletin, the threat of flooding remains as rain conditions begin to ease in New South Wales; an explosion at Russia's only bridge to Crimea leaves three dead; and in sport, Nikita Tszyu carries on the family legacy, cementing an unbeaten boxing record with a win in Newcastle.
In this bulletin, a key bridge linking Russia to Crimea partially re-opens after a huge explosion leaves three people dead; warnings of flash flooding in New South Wales; and in the women's Rugby World Cup, Australia's early promise not enough, as New Zealand claims victory.
Dozens of flood warnings remain in place as wild weather continues across New South Wales; The Albanese Government accused of softening up the public over promised tax cuts; Gold Coast raises its hopes of AFLW finals action with a big win over Sydney in the wet.
In this bulletin, wild weather continues across New South Wales, with authorities warning of possible landslides; the school district in Uvalde, Texas suspends its entire police force; and in sport, rain can't stop the Bathurst 1000, which is set to go ahead despite weather concerns.
In this bulletin, White House officials play down Russian nuclear threats; Sydney-siders brace for more heavy rain and flash flooding as wild weather rips through New South Wales; and in sport, the UK's George Russell sets the fastest time on the opening day of practice for the Japanese Grand Prix.
Flags flying at half-mast for the victims of Thailand's deadly childcare centre attack, Russia reacting with fury to Ukraine's Australian speech on their nuclear threats, A new report reveals systemic abuse in the US women's national competition.
In this bulletin, more than 30 dead in a Thailand mass killing at a child care centre, Solomon Islands re-assures Australia over military bases, and in sport, Luciano Leilua's name scratched off the team for the Rugby World Cup, amid charges of domestic violence.
In this bulletin, the prime minister of Solomon Islands travelling to Australia for talks with Anthony Albanese, at least 25 dead in a bus crash in northern India, and in sport, debate escalates over religious freedoms in the wake of the Essendon CEO saga.
The federal government coy over its plans for the future stage three tax cuts, Media workers demand protection after another reporter's murder in Manila, Indonesia holds a prayer vigil for the victims of last weekend's football stadium stampede.
The government promises a new dawn for the national disability insurance scheme, A militant group in Somalia continues attacks despite the death of their leader, A local police chief forced out after last week's deadly stadium stampede in Indonesia.
Promises to monitor and support the women and children being brought home from Syria, The cleanup continues in Florida after the Hurricane Ian wipe-out, And in the AFLHawthorn's Jeff Kennett downplays the crisis as Worksafe's inquiry into racism allegations begins.
More than 120 dead at an Indonesian football after police fire tear gas at the crowd, the federal government calls on Optus to be transparent about the details of user information leaked in a massive data breach, and thousands of crowds gather ahead of the NRL and the NRL-W finals.
Australia to impose further sanctions on Russia following its annexation of four Ukrainian territories, the official death toll from Hurricane Ian reaches 50; and in sports, Football Australia condemns fans who appeared to be performing Nazi salutes.
The Australian government urged to step up its response to help after Hazara students are attacked in Kabul, Ukraine's ambassador to Australia pushes for further international support in the effort's against Russia's war and Lauren Jackson bows out of basketball.
Western nations warn of further consequences for Russia, as Vladimir Putin's annexes four occupied regions of Ukraine, health advocates urge more resources for the public hospital system, as COVID-19 measures are wound back further, and a celebration of Aboriginal rugby league talent at the Koori Knockout.