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Mali transition presents opportunity to break ‘vicious circle of political crises’
Canada and Newfoundland and Labrador invest in energy efficient school infrastructure
Tracking New Surveillance Markets
IMF Executive Board Completes First and Second Reviews of Central African Republic’s Arrangement Under Extended Credit Facility and Approves US$ 34.4 Million
FedDev Ontario’s Regional Relief and Recovery Fund protects more than 1,700 jobs in Windsor-Essex in 2020
FedDev Ontario’s Regional Relief and Recovery Fund protects more than 2,900 jobs in Waterloo and surrounding regions
FedDev Ontario’s Regional Relief and Recovery Fund protects more than 1,760 jobs from London to Sarnia to Chatham-Kent
FedDev Ontario’s Regional Relief and Recovery Fund protects more than 1,600 jobs in Hamilton and Niagara regions
Canada Invests in a Greener Metro Vancouver Region
Canada and Prince Edward Island invest in COVID-19 resilience upgrades at Queen Elizabeth Hospital
Canada Invests in Electric Vehicle Grid Integration Pilot Project in Nova Scotia
Inspection Report Published An inspection of Home Office’s use of sanctions and penalties
Transport update M25 Junction 10 and A3 Wisley Interchange decision extension
Further Steps to Complete KIT Merger – Law Presented to State Parliament
BAME parliamentary candidates not picked to fight ‘winnable seats’
Sanctioning Russia-linked Disinformation Network for its Involvement in Attempts to Influence U.S. Election
Liberals Hopeless in Western Australia: Palmer
Update on government’s response to Independent Medicines and Medical Devices Safety Review
Important update on super from Cbus
Police charge man after sending threatening emails to Victorian MP
Iran Threatening to Expel UN Investigators
WA bolsters border arrangements with Queensland immediately
Big tech acts too little, too late to tackle misinformation
Tribute to Sir Mekere Morauta
Balancing scales for farmers with financial stress
Grave fears for Julian Assange’s wellbeing. Morrison must act: Greens
UK Government REFORMS MAKE IT EASIER AND CHEAPER FOR LEASEHOLDERS TO BUY THEIR HOMES
Education Secretary outlines plans to support young people
Education Secretary statement to Parliament on national lockdown
Ineke Dezentjé Hamming-Bluemink new member Supervisory Board TU/e
Pandemic should be reason enough to wave chequered flag on Grand Prix
Prime Minister announces national lockdown
Projects to transform Australia’s recycling sector
Prime Minister welcomes significant uplift in key public sector jobs
New Independent Monitoring Authority goes live on 31 December 2020
WA hard border returns with Victoria from tonight
Tribunal Makes Orders-Oil Country Tubular Goods from Nine Countries
Rebuilding and reforming in a year like no other
Alister Jack calls on all Scottish MPs to back UK-EU trade deal
Historic Bob Hawke family home to be preserved
Tribunal Initiates Final Injury Inquiry – Wheat Gluten from Australia, Austria, Belgium, France, Germany and Lithuania
Agriculture has our backs – at Christmas, and always
Dame Glenys Stacey appointed as chair of Office for Environmental Protection
MTA NSW Welcomes Draft Legislation to Mandate Access to Service and Repair Information
Public comment sought on ICEMR Bill
NBN declared built and fully operational
Nation-First Approach to Suicide Prevention
New legislation to protect Australians against harmful online abuse