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Liberals are Streets away from promise on kids and grassroots sports
Readout of President Biden call with President Guillermo Lasso of Republic of Ecuador
Readout of President Biden’s Call with New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham
New efforts to counter illegal timber trade
Further Russia and Belarus Sanctions
State Emergency Service units receive new utility vehicles on ‘Wear Orange Wednesday’
New CEO appointed to Metropolitan Cemeteries Board
Readout from NSC Spokesperson Adrienne Watson on National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan’s Meeting with Saudi Vice Minister
Girl Power unleashed so STEM can blossom in schools
Wear Orange Wednesday 18 May
NT Covid update 18 May
Leave on light to remember Donor Heroes
Prompt and accurate information is vital in a pandemic – climate and biodiversity crises demand same urgency
Deaths in New Zealand lower than expected so far during pandemic
$1.65 million to keep WA’s sport and recreation clubs COVID-safe
Careers NSW unlocking opportunities for job seekers in Western Sydney
Budget 2022: STEAM Centre key pillar in Education funding
Further $6 million to find technological solutions for WA mining
Senate accepting submissions for inquiry on application of UN Declaration on Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Community recovery hubs opening in Beachmere, Gatton, Laidley and Warwick
Same announcement but no delivery
Sailor selected in Commonwealth Games team
Secretary Blinken And Yemeni Foreign Minister Dr. Ahmed Awad Bin Mubarak Before Their Meeting
Daly River Boat Ramp Tender Awarded
Secretary Blinken’s Meeting with Yemen Foreign Minister Bin Mubarak
Remarks by President Biden and Vice President Harris at Reception to Celebrate AANHPI Heritage Month
Fund managers’ inconsistent performance measurement and cost of fees reduces benefits to investors
Green trade crucial to economic security and net zero, says International Trade Secretary
£50 million data innovation hub for manufacturers to accelerate digital tech
UN envoy urges Iraqi politicians to ‘roll up sleeves’ and implement priorities
Secretary Blinken’s Travel to New York, New York
Secretary’s Meeting with Greek Foreign Minister Dendias
Nominations and Withdrawals Sent to Senate 18 May
Historic pay equity deal will change lives
Assistant Secretary Noyes’ Travel to New York
Government to ban sanctioned Russians from entering Canada
North-West and West Coast road and bridge investments
Northern road and bridge investments
Federal Government Failure Leaves Australians Sleepwalking Into Covid Disaster
DAF leaders testify before Senate Appropriations Committee
Assistant Secretary Donfried’s Travel to Republic of Bulgaria
Rescuing global goals, world’s ‘highest common priority’ – UN chief
Syrian refugees in Iraq, risk losing access to basic food supplies
U.S. Vice President Harris’s Meeting with Prime Minister Mitsotakis of Greece
U.S. President Biden’s Remarks Before Air Force One Departure 18 May
Remarks by President Biden and First Lady Biden Honoring Lives Lost in Buffalo, New York
Calling for rapid progress on formation of stable government in Iraq UK Statement at UN Security Council
Meeting of Governing Board of Administrators for International Institute for Justice and Rule of Law