When breaking stories occur, newsflashes are presented from Seven's Martin Place studio or Seven Melbourne's national broadcast centre.Seven News at 5 airs at pm every Saturday and Sunday and is presented by Angie Asimus, which includes news, sport, finance and weather. The bulletin does not air in Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth during the AFL season.The updates have a slightly longer duration of around 3 minutes compared to the other normal Seven News updates.They are also broadcast on the Network's multi-channel 7Two at a different time.National bulletins are presented from Seven's high definition studios in Martin Place, Sydney, while flagship 6 pm bulletins are produced in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, and Perth city based studios.The network also produces local news bulletins for regional Queensland and the Gold Coast.
Seven Morning News airs at 11.30 am on weekdays and is presented by Ann Sanders (Monday - Thursday) and Chris Reason (Friday) from Seven's Martin Place studios with sport presented by Ryan Phelan (Monday) and Jim Wilson (Tuesday - Friday) and weather presented by David Brown (Monday - Thursday) and Angie Asimus (Friday).
Fill-in presenters include Angela Cox and Robert Ovadia.
Seven's national afternoon bulletin was introduced in 2003 as Target Iraq, during extensive coverage of the 2003 invasion of Iraq, and presented from Sydney by David Johnston.
Previously, in 2006, Seven had ranked on top 16 weeks in while Nine had 24 weeks on top in Melbourne.
During 2008, from weeknight to weeknight, Seven and Nine had similar ratings, often changing the most popular show from night to night.