· Finally there is real movement on Australia's climate policy but time isn’t on our side →
Much commentary has focused on the government allowing the Australian Renewable Energy Agency and the Clean Energy Finance Corporation to support loans for carbon capture and storage.
· Operation Buffalo review – Maralinga nuclear testing rendered as part-drama, part-farce →
Remember those old Spray n’ Wipe commercials with the frantic cleaning of a house before surprise guests arriving?
· Meet the Press - May 31, 2020 →
Clean up this police department.
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· College Football Hall of Fame damaged in Atlanta protests →
Beaudin and other Hall of Fame officials surveyed the damage Saturday morning and were heartened to be joined by dozens of fellow citizens who turned up with brooms and trash bags to help clean up the debris.
· The inequalities exposed by this pandemic are about to get even worse →
Already the labour force has become divided between those who can work from home and those who must go out and be on the frontline of the government’s experiment in easing the lockdown; between those who can continue to cocoon and those who cannot afford to, because they are paid for piecework for each physical task – a clean house, a day on a construction site, a hot meal delivered to your door.
· Masks and no ablution: Saudis flock to reopened mosques →
Authorities have instructed mosques to avoid crowding and the distribution of food, drinks, incense and miswak twigs used to clean teeth, according to the ministry.
· SpaceX's astronaut-riding Dragon arrives at International Space Station →
In a show-and-tell earlier Sunday, the astronauts gave a quick tour of the Dragon’s sparkling clean insides, quite spacious for a capsule.
The China Post
· Parents balance risks, needs as child care centers reopen →
Soft toys that can’t be easily cleaned are out.
· Paris reopens square at fire-scarred Notre-Dame cathedral →
But the regional ARS health authority gave its approval Friday for reopening the site, which will be cleaned regularly as the renovation work slowly resumes.
· A Historic Moment at the International Space Station →
The Dragon capsule, by contrast, is roomy, all sleek lines and cushy seats, with a clean black-and-white design reminiscent of Musk’s Teslas.