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European Parliament Plenary Session - July 2020

Written by Clare Ferguson,

The agenda for the July session – the last regular session before the summer, and likely the last in Brussels, with Parliament planning for a return to Strasbourg in September – opens with Council and European Commission statements. 923 more words



Share Your World 7-8-2020


In your opinion, what’s the closest thing to real magic?

Software. I know how it is written. I have written some myself. 348 more words


Avon Schools to Return July 29

Elshadai Aberra | Web Editor-in-Chief

On June 19 it was announced that the Avon Community School Corporation (ACSC) had communicated and thus decided on June 17 that they would reopen all Avon schools July 29. 110 more words

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Getting Behind Regional Tourism Businesses – And Families

Victoria. Minister for Industry Support and Recovery

The Victorian Government is backing regional accommodation businesses affected by the lockdown on some metropolitan suburbs with a fund to assist operators who will lose income due to cancelled bookings. Read more


Free TAFE Expansion To Boost Skills And Drive Economic Recovery

Victoria. Minister for Skills and Training

The Victorian Government will expand its signature Free TAFE program as part of a major new package of investments to boost skills, create jobs and drive the state’s economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic. 42 more words


Statement From The Premier

Victoria. Premier

Statement about the return to Level 3 restrictions for Melbourne and Shire of Mitchell. Read more


More support for local innovation

Australian Capital Territory. Chief Minister

More Canberra businesses are set to benefit from increased ACT Government support for the Canberra Innovation Network. The funding will not only help more Canberra businesses to recover from COVID-19 but will allow them to also innovate and create more jobs. Read more