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· Macron government faces tough talks on French hospital revamp in wake of Covid-19 →
On Monday, the health ministry will hold its first meeting to discuss the reforms with 300 representatives of unions and advocacy groups representing medical personnel.
· Move prostitution and keep tourists out of cannabis cafes, Amsterdam locals say →
And now a group of organisations representing city centre residents have published their own vision for the future of the city centre, ahead of the mayor’s proposals.
· Hazelwood power station's eight chimneys demolished in live stream viewed by thousands →
“For others, this may very well represent change and renewal.
· Lockdown gives asylum seekers reprieve and hope for change in policy →
A Home Office spokesperson said: “All decisions to detain are made on a case-by-case basis, and in some cases, release on immigration bail may be the most appropriate option.”For some campaigners the current circumstances represent an opportunity.
· Huge backlog in operations building due to lack of PPE and staff testing →
“We can’t restart NHS services as quickly as everyone would like because of the wide range of constraints trusts are facing, including shortages of personal protective equipment (PPE) and testing,” said Hopson, whose organisation represents all 217 NHS trusts in England.
· Suriname votes with convicted-killer president's future at stake →
In a diverse country where citizens often vote along ethnic lines, former jungle rebel leader Brunswijk, who fought a civil war against Bouterse in the late 1980s, mostly represents the Maroons -- descendants of African slaves.
· The NHS surcharge for migrant staff is gone. Why did it take such a fight? →
Until last week, junior doctors with job offers in the UK represented a reliable income stream for him.
· Franco-Nevada: The Sky Is The Limit, So It Seems →
The company increased the quarterly dividend by 4% or an annual dividend of $1.04 per share, representing a yield of 0.71%.
· Hadleigh Parkes column: My love for Wales and the future in Japan →
To represent the country, to wear that famous jersey and to give everything you have whilst in it has been an incredible experience.
The Japan Times
· England lock George Kruis, Wales center Hadleigh Parkes sign with Panasonic →
Kruis has represented England 45 times and played 1 test for the British and Irish Lions, but is hopeful the move does not mean the end of his international days.