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Contributing to United States’ Comprehensive Approach to Immigration
FACT SHEET: Collaborative Migration Management Strategy
What lies beneath: building blocks of life
City of Perth Council endorse Equity Diversity and Inclusion Framework
Record low flying foxes in Eurobodalla
World faces historic task to turn tide on ending hunger, poverty and achieving other SDGs
Over 150 computers donated for Aboriginal children’s home learning
Australia PM statement
How Biden admin Is advancing educational equity
All Age Groups Win in Council’s Arts and Cultural Grants Program
“Backpacking” hedgehogs take permanent staycation
Warning to watch for oestrogenic subclover
Coles underpays over 4,000 workers almost $700K, fined in court for “systemic failure”
Car fire in St Kilda
Picture a Scientist panel sheds light on gender bias in scientific community
Researchers show sea-level rise may worsen existing Bay Area inequities
UK’s girls education programme receives new funding in Somalia
Responsible Budget gets basics right
Scientists use artificial intelligence to detect gravitational waves
You don’t have to be an astronaut to have a career in space
South East stars named in 60th Queensland Training Awards
State-first foster care pilot to help our most vulnerable in care
UK secures rights of millions of EU citizens
WHO and Global Fund Sign Cooperation Agreement to Scale Up HIV, TB and Malaria Interventions and Strengthen Health Systems
FSU researchers find most nitrogen in Gulf of Mexico comes from coastal waters
EU adopts ‘adequacy’ decisions allowing data to continue flowing freely to UK
Construction commences on Barclay Street pavilion: Bega Valley
Leon County Schools visual arts teacher receives Opening Nights at Florida State Arts Advocate Award
NAIDOC Week celebrations to take place at Gippsland Art Gallery
Rape & Domestic Violence Services responds to NSW Budget
Declining Treatment During Maternity Care Can Foster Mistreatment, Tension Between Patients and Providers
Cald communities to lead COVID messaging
UNSW solar pioneer wins major international engineering award
Seven ways to change world
Advisory body to help shape a future free from violence against women
Onslow successfully powered by 100% renewable energy in trial
100 Somali National Army personnel graduate from British led training exercise
FACT SHEET: Rebuilding, Revitalizing, and Raising Ambition of U.S.-EU Relations
Brussels Summit Communiqué issued by Heads of State and Government participating in meeting of North Atlantic Council
Vulnerable kids must have birth certificates
Major summit hosted by Coventry’s universities to discuss direction of travel for cultural policy
Renowned zoologist Anne Innis Dagg, “woman who loves giraffes,” receives honorary degree
Ancient chickens lived significantly longer than modern fowl because they were seen as sacred – not food – study shows
Foster Review does not solve unsafe workplaces
Memorial trees planted in Oxford to remember lives lost around world
Prime Minister Covid recovery meeting with First Ministers and Deputy First Minister
British military train Somali Army in Baidoa
Foster care, homelessness are higher education hurdles