ニュースの中での June

出版物および例文

The Guardian
· Trump's devoted new press secretary is no different from her predecessors  
In June 2015, McEnany had condemned Trump as a “showman” but she quickly leaped about the Trump train.
The Age
· 'Many of us are fearful': South Africa to reopen places of worship  
Johannesburg: South Africa's churches and other places of worship can reopen their doors from June, but will be limited to 50 people as coronavirus lockdown rules are further eased.
FRANCE 24
· Australian police drop probe of reporter, whistleblower  
The decision came six weeks after Australia's High Court invalidated a search warrant police used to raid Smethurst's Canberra home in June 2019 as part of a hunt for the source of the leaks.
The China Post
· Virus expands grip in many areas, as US nears 100,000 deaths  
Steve Sisolak announced Tuesday night that casinos can reopen on June 4, welcoming tourists to the gambling mecca of Las Vegas.
The China Post
· AP EXPLAINS: Why is China pushing Hong Kong security law  
Details may emerge at upcoming committee meetings in late June and late August.
The Age
· Like many wildlife filmmakers, Gordon Buchanan relishes isolation  
Reindeer Family & Me airs on Tuesday, June 9, 8.30pm and Polar Bear Family & Me, Tuesdays, 8.30pm, from June 16.
The Age
· A winter of cobbler and no guilt  
It starts on Monday — June 1 — and there is nothing for us to do but sit out the next three months, turn up the heater and try to turn negatives into positives.
The China Post
· Huawei CFO Meng to find out if her fraud case will proceed  
If the judge rules against Meng, her legal team is scheduled to be back in court in June and will argue that Canada Border Services, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the FBI violated Meng’s rights while collecting evidence before she was actually arrested.
The Age
· Bushland wins last-minute reprieve from developers  
The works delay until at least June 5 when the Federal Court is next scheduled to hear the matter gives all sides time to resolve the dispute.
The Age
· Cinema chain sets reopening date, two-thirds of seats to be vacant  
Victoria has allowed cinemas to reopen for a maximum of 50 people per auditorium from June 22 but Palace chief executive Benjamin Zeccola believes restrictions will have eased enough in all states and territories for screenings to resume 10 days later.