· Moscow bemused at US space 'hysteria' as Musk taunts Russia →
In 2014, Rogozin, then deputy prime minister, mocked the lack of a US manned flight programme after Washington announced new sanctions against Moscow which included some space industries.
· FIR against Rabri Devi, Tejashwi for Covid lockdown violation →
A former Deputy CM, Yadav has been alleging that the JD(U) MLA Pappu Pandey was not arrested since he was being shielded by Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, who heads the ruling party.
· These are the new freedoms Queenslanders have from Monday →
Deputy Premier and Health Minister Steven Miles urged venues to come up with a COVID Safe plan to allow them to welcome even more visitors separated into groups of 20 to allow easy contact tracing.
· Perrottet offers $1000 to public servants in lieu of pay rise →
NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet, with Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Deputy Premier John Barilaro on Sunday.
· From the Archives, 1947: ABC launches independent news service →
The Deputy Leader of the Opposition, Senator Leckie, secured the adjournment of the debate.
· Greens reveal Eden-Monaro candidate as by-election field continues to grow →
Deputy Premier John Barilaro, the Nationals MP for Monaro, ruled out a switch to the federal seat last month and some within the party believe a Queanbeyan-based candidate would be a point of difference with Liberal candidate Fiona Kotvojs and Labor candidate McBain who live closer to the coast.
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· Rio’s Police Secretary Resigns Following Operation Targeting Governor →
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Rio's Civil Police Secretary, Deputy Marcus Vinicius de Almeida Braga, resigned his post.
· Covid opens door to ideas new and old for a better economy →
“Every crisis is an opportunity to rethink priorities,” said Maria Demertzis, deputy director of the Bruegel think tank in Brussels.
· Experts decry easing of coronavirus lockdown for England's shielders →
Prof Jonathan Van Tam, England’s deputy chief medical officer, said at the Downing Street press conference on Saturday that the UK was at a “very dangerous moment” with coronavirus infections poised to rebound “like a coiled spring … if we don’t stay on top of it”.
· 1,000 digital ambassadors to be recruited to help stallholders, seniors go online →
This was first mentioned by Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat on Tuesday.