· Supreme Court rejects challenge to coronavirus limits on church services →
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in an open letter marking the first year of his government’s second term, said India was on the path to victory in its battle against the virus.
· More than half of parents would need to cut work if free childcare ends →
An announcement is expected imminently, but Prime Minister Scott Morrison warned parents last week the measure was intended to be temporary and would end as soon as is practicable.
· India posts record jump in COVID-19 cases a lockdown restrictions start to ease →
NEW DELHI: India reported a record daily jump of 7,964 new COVID-19 infections on Saturday (May 30), with a recent surge in cases as lockdown restrictions start to ease raising the possibility that Prime Minister Narendra Modi could extend curbs beyond May 31.
· There's a powerful weapon Trump could use in his war with Big Tech →
He has served on the Democratic staff in the US Congress and as chief of staff to former prime minister Julia Gillard.
· 'Leading without inhibition': Inside the Berejiklian government's rush to reopen →
In March, NSW and Victoria were on a unity ticket, tussling with the Prime Minister and making a case for faster shutdowns and greater caution against a virus that was starting to take a heavy toll.
· He's no Hawke, but he's no Howard either: Morrison's pragmatism may yet be his making →
In 2005, then-ACTU secretary Greg Combet held a secret meeting with prime minister John Howard, who wanted to reform industrial relations laws with a new policy he called WorkChoices.
· Residential areas are no places for these heaters →
Finally, our Prime Minister and other senior government members should spend more time with their foreign affairs experts before grabbing a megaphone.
· Fitness lobby pressures politicians over 'totally illogical' gym closures →
The national cabinet three-step roadmap to reopening the economy announced by Prime Minister Scott Morrison just over three weeks ago recommends indoor gyms open for 20 people in step two, while pubs remain shut until step three.
· 'Significant threat': Charities lose millions as virus forces cancellation of fundraisers →
Former deputy prime minister Julie Bishop, second from left, at the 2019 Gold Dinner.Credit:Sydney Children's Hospitals Foundation