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MIL-OSI Australia: North-West compliance update

Thursday, 16 April 2020 – 12:40 pm. Police are supporting the North West community by continuing to enforce compliance, with more than 2400 checks carried out so far on businesses and individuals required to quarantine. “This two week period of quarantine is impacting several thousand members of the....
 

Robert Mercer starts big money effort for Trump and RNC after cutting back support

President Donald Trump and the Republican National Committee have one of their old allies back in the big money fundraising game after he stepped back from helping the commander in chief. Robert Mercer, one of Trump's original financiers during his first run for president, gave his first six-figure....

Malaysia considering rare earths firm Lynas’ request to operate during MCO

The Lynas Advanced Materials Plant is seen in this general view taken in Gebeng, Pahang July 23, 2019. — Reuters pic. KUALA LUMPUR, April 16 — Malaysia will decide within five days whether to allow rare earths miner Lynas Corp Ltd to operate its processing plant during the country’s partial lockdown....

Strategic Minerals : Q1 Cobre Magnetite Sales and Cash Balance Update

Market Abuse Regulation (MAR) Disclosure. Certain information contained in this announcement would have been deemed inside information for the purposes of Article 7 of Regulation (EU) No 596/2014 until the release of this announcement. 15 April 2020. Strategic Minerals plc.

Gorton started diggers' exit from Vietnam

Fifty years ago, the Gorton government began the withdrawal of Australian troops from Vietnam. It was a process as opaque as that which took Australia into the war in the first place. On April 22, 1970, Prime Minister John Gorton announced that one infantry battalion, 8RAR, which was due to return home in November, would not be replaced.

Medicos' dinner party link to Tas outbreak

Health workers in northwest Tasmania, where a coronavirus outbreak has shut two hospitals, attended an "illegal" dinner party together, Australia's Chief Medical Officer Brendan Murphy has revealed. The hospitals in Burnie closed on Monday, with a cluster of more than 60 COVID-19 cases, including about 45 staff, associated with the facilities.

More job postings seen on LinkedIn China as business resumes

BEIJING, April 11 (Xinhua) -- Chinese firms have stepped up recruitment on social networking platform LinkedIn as businesses gradually return to normal amid the containment of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the country. From March 23 to 26, new job postings on LinkedIn China jumped by....

Nigel wanted to save the world. Now he is being sued

Businessman Nigel Grier. Australian entrepreneur Nigel Grier presents as a successful, sustainability innovator helping save the world while making people rich. He has recruited investors to help build a city from scratch for refugees in Myanmar. He has even offered to rehouse two bears kept in cramped conditions in the south-east Asian country.

Second Aust airlift from China delayed

The Australian government is working with Chinese authorities to get clearance for a plane to airlift Australians out of the coronavirus epicentre of Wuhan after the evacuation was delayed overnight. The plane, which was originally scheduled to leave Wuhan on Friday night, did not get clearance to land from China.

Saigon searching for 67 who came from, through China

They arrived on an Asiana Airlines flight, Vo Thi Ngoc Thuy, deputy director of the city Department of Tourism, said. They landed at Tan Son Nhat Airport and were allowed to leave by the police instead of being quarantined for two weeks since they were in the epidemic-stricken area.

Trump administration takes action against Alexander Vindman, Amb. Gordon Sondland days after Senate acquittal

Taking aim at Trump, Pressman said Vindman served honorably, and for that "the most powerful man in the world - buoyed by the silent, the pliable, and the complicit – has decided to exact revenge." Vindman was escorted out of the White House by security, Pressman said, even though he has "spoken....

Trump removes impeachment hearing witness Ambassador Sondland: US media

US President Donald Trump recalled US Ambassador to the EU Gordon Sondland on Friday after Sondland testified in the impeachment investigation against Trump. "I was advised today that the president intends to recall me effective immediately as United States Ambassador to the European Union,"....

Trump removes impeachment hearing witness Ambassador Sondland: US media

US President Donald Trump recalled US Ambassador to the EU Gordon Sondland on Friday after Sondland testified in the impeachment investigation against Trump. "I was advised today that the president intends to recall me effective immediately as United States Ambassador to the European Union,"....

Hong Kong Starts Quarantine For Mainland China Arrivals

Hong Kong on Saturday began enforcing a mandatory two-week quarantine for anyone arriving from mainland China, a dramatic escalation of its bid to stop the deadly new coronavirus from spreading. The new measures, which came into effect overnight, will see the vast majority of cases expected to self-quarantine.

Defective software could have doomed Boeing's crew capsule

By MARCIA DUNN, AP Aerospace Writer. CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. Defective software could have doomed Boeing's crew capsule during its first test flight, a botched trip that was cut short and never made it to the International Space Station, NASA and company officials said Friday.

Access Bank Ranked No. 1 In Customer Service ...

The Ghana Customer Service Index (GCSI) has ranked Access Bank Ghana as the best company in customer service in Ghana’s banking industry. The research and survey this year collected data on key metrics such as professionalism, customer-focused innovations, feedback and complaints, processes and procedures as well as staff engagement among others.

Hong Kong starts quarantine for mainland China arrivals

The new measures, which came into effect overnight, will see the vast majority of cases expected to self-quarantine. But they will face daily phone calls and spot checks by officials, with up to six months in prison for those found to be breaching their isolation period.

Saudi ship on suspected weapons voyage arrives in France

By AFP yesterday in World A Saudi cargo ship on a suspected mission to collect weapons for use in the war in Yemen arrived in the French port of Cherbourg on Thursday. The Bahri Yanbu arrived at around 5 pm (1600 GMT) in Cherbourg, where dozens of activists held a protest over the sale of arms to....

Crackdown leads to arrest of 15 suspected shoplifters in Oakland County

TROY, Mich. – A team up between state and local police led to the arrest of more than a dozen suspected shoplifters in Oakland County. “This was stuff, she had in her car stolen, presumably from other stores,” said Sgt. Meghan Lehman with Troy Police. Shoes, clothes and bed sheets are just some of....

China: Key Themes for 2020 [GGP]

In 2019, markets focused on China’s slowing GDP growth and on the trade war with the US. In the meantime, bilateral relations soured, highlighting the structural nature of competition between the US and China with the Trump administration working, for example, to limit Huawei’s role in Western telecom networks.

Andrea Leadsom warns against 'male-dominated' workplaces ahead of cabinet reshuffle

Andrea Leadsom has sent Boris Johnson a stark warning against 'male-dominated' workplaces ahead of a cabinet reshuffle in which he is expected to sack five women. The Business Secretary, who believes her own job could be at risk, has said that gender equality should be 'the absolute norm' - in what....

With no help from Ottawa, N.L. faces significant power rate increases, PUB report says

The provincial government released the Public Utilities Board report on rate mitigation options and impacts for Muskrat Falls Friday night, just before 8 p.m. The Board reviewed options to reduce the impact of Muskrat Falls costs on electricity rates up to the year 2030.

Irish vote may spell the end for Varadkar amid Sinn Fein surge

February 8, 2020. By Padraic Halpin. DUBLIN (Reuters) – Irish voters look likely to dump Prime Minister Leo Varadkar from power in an election on Saturday amid a surge by Sinn Fein that could alter the political landscape, even though the nationalist party is unlikely to win a place in government this time.

Global Advanced Wound Care Management Market| Trends, Supply, Sales, Demands, Analysis & Insights 2026

Researchmoz added Most up-to-date research on “Advanced Wound Care Management Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast 2018 – 2026” to its huge collection of research reports. Advanced Wound Care Management Market – Overview.

Tourism campaign bids to attract film fans to Falkirk and West Lothian

A new tourism campaign has been launched to highlight television and film productions shot in Falkirk and West Lothian. The Film on Forth collaboration will create digital itineraries, maps and videos detailing filming locations in a bid to attract more visitors.

Government-backed target for more women in boardrooms reached

But concerns remain over the lack of diversity and not enough women in senior leadership and executive roles, research shows. Business Secretary Andrea Leadsom has pushed for gender diversity in businesses (Stefan Rousseau / PA) Only 15% of FTSE 100 finance chiefs are women, compared with 33% of all boardroom positions held.

Government-backed target for more women in boardrooms reached

A third of all board positions on the blue-chip FTSE 100 are now held by women hitting a Government-backed target earlier than expected. By comparison, just 12.5% of boardroom positions were filled by women 10 years ago. But concerns remain over the lack of diversity and not enough women in senior leadership and executive roles, research shows.

Mugabe hands Manyuchi $50 000

HARARE – President Robert Mugabe yesterday made light work of the criticism his government has faced over its neglect of successful boxer Charles Manyuchi when he handed over $50 000 cash reward to the pugilist who successfully defended his World Boxing Council (WBC) welterweight title earlier this month.

Chombo leads Zanu PF elections directorate cast

HARARE – President Robert Mugabe has announced members of a national elections directorate, expected to steer the party towards crucial elections next year. An official list seen by the Daily News showed the directorate would be headed by Zanu PF secretary for administration, Ignatius Chombo and....

Lockheed Martin drops out of Singapore Airshow over coronavirus concerns

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. weapons maker Lockheed Martin Corp said on Friday it will not participate in next week’s Singapore Airshow over coronavirus concerns. “Following the Singapore Ministry of Health’s Feb. 7 declaration of a Code Orange health alert, we consulted with the U.S.

Irish vote may spell the end for Varadkar amid Sinn Fein surge

Opinion polls in recent days have pointed to the main opposition Fianna Fail winning the most seats and forming a multi-party coalition or minority government, with policies on the economy and post-Brexit broadly similar to those of Varadkar and his centre-right Fine Gael.
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