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Foreign Office statement on Title III of Helms-Burton Act
Emergency housing & hardship grants higher than ever
Age-verification for online pornography to begin in July
Company to pay £150k to charity following pollution incident
Canada imposes additional sanctions on Maduro regime in Venezuela
Besieged farmers hail jail time for extremist ringleaders
Who will help us protect our farms and families?
ASIC enforcement update July to December 2018
LexisNexis Risk Solutions Anti-Money Laundering Solution Takes Prestigious Asia Award Second
Royal Navy vessel identifies evasion of North Korea sanctions
Android Enjoyed and its Director brought to justice with over $3MILLION penalty
Making Tax Digital becomes law
Independent Training Providers new intervention measures
Canada’s short-term election observers arrive in Ukraine
Universities told to end grade inflation
Solar Retailer Code Of Conduct To Lift Standards
ADA censures private health insurers’ grab for control of Medicare
Canada extends its military training mission in Ukraine
Financial sanctions and travel bans in response to Russia’s continued aggression against Ukraine
Statement by Foreign Affairs Minister on fifth anniversary of illegal annexation of Crimea
Tasmania penalised for slow over rate
Government backed Stalking Protection Bill receives Royal Assent
Foreign Secretary statement on international sanctions in response to Russian aggression
Canada imposes new sanctions in response to Russia’s aggressive actions
Audit regime in UK to be transformed with new regulator
Education Secretary warns universities over dropout rates
National Farmers Federation says workers and farmers need an Ag Visa
National Rugby League announce sanctions
Research institutions, medical facilities and party shops feeling the pinch of helium shortage
ASIC to pursue harsher penalties after laws passed by Senate
Royal Commission into Aged Care – nurses are valuable to aged care workforce
Police Discipline Bill builds on Fitzgerald legacy
Government announces new plans to protect treasure finds
Drug detection technology arrives at 10 prisons
UN must investigate Wang Quanzhang’s trial amid apparent breaches of international law
Canada recognizes the interim President of Venezuela
Lowest Ever Regional Road Deaths, But Still Far Too Many
Lowest Ever Annual Road Deaths, But Still Far Too Many
Dame Glenys Stacey review proposes farm regulation shake-up
Shutting down dodgy child care
Statement on International Anti-Corruption Day
UK takes top spot in fight against dirty money
Rail update: Govia Thameslink Railway
Australia P-8A Poseidon maritime patrol aricraft to enforce sanctions on North Korea
Canada imposes sanctions on individuals linked to murder of Jamal Khashoggi
Jamal Khashoggi case
Environmental charities receive over £2.2 million from businesses which broke environmental laws
Charities paid £190,000 after North East pollution incidents