· 'No need to panic buy': Shops brace for second wave of shelf stripping →
Coles, Woolworths and Aldi have not announced that purchasing limits would return following Mr Andrews' announcement on Tuesday.
· Face masks for kids: Where to buy face coverings for children as lockdown eases →
On 23 June, the prime minister Boris Johnson announced the latest easing to lockdown measures in England.
· Centrelink debts have been collected based on income-averaging for '20 to 30 years', minister reveals →
The federal government is not due to announce the future of jobkeeper wage subsidies for another two weeks, but on Tuesday the shadow treasurer, Jim Chalmers, cited the renewed six-week lockdown in Victoria as reason to end the “uncertainty for businesses and their workers”.
· TikTok, Facebook, WhatsApp wedged between superpowers →
TikTok announced it would stop operations in Hong Kong on Tuesday less than an hour after US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said he was looking at banning the Chinese social media app over data and national security concerns.
· Gina Prince-Bythewood: 'Films about black women are the hardest to get made' →
She cannot say much about these projects yet, but neither of them is the Mbatha-Raw-starring adaptation of Roxane Gay’s An Untamed State, announced to much excitement back in 2016.
· The Grand Tour backlash as fans demands answers over Amazon update: 'More details!' →
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· How safe is it to travel by plane, train or cruise liner? →
Ryanair, easyJet, Wizz Air and Lufthansa are just a handful of the airlines that announced plans to return to the air in anticipation of the UK’s blanket quarantine for all inbound travellers being dropped for 59 countries from 10 July.
· VC firm Sequoia looks to back world-beating startups in India, SEA; launches $1.35 billion mega fund →
The two funds — $525 million venture fund and $825 million growth fund will invest in startups across the region, Sequoia Capital’s managing director Shailendra J Singh announced in a LinkedIn post.
· CBSE Board Exams: Syllabus for Class 10 and 12 board exams next year could be reduced by one-third →
The cut is a one-time step taken to compensate for instructional time lost due to the coronavirus pandemic, the report stated, adding that the Board would soon announce the cut.
· Asian markets slip as virus outbreaks mute hopes for rebound →
While announcing the sale, it also said that it and Duke Energy were canceling a controversial $8 billion natural-gas pipeline project.