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  • Friday news roundup December 18, 2020

    The Australian government should not proceed with stage-three tax cuts and the hunger crisis in London deepens. Here’s a snapshot of some of the news stories you might have missed.
    The Australian government should not proceed with stage-three tax cuts and the hunger crisis in London deepens. Here’s a snapshot of some of the news stories you might have missed.
  • December 17, 2020

    The minimum wage in New Zealand is rising

    From April 1 next year New Zealanders will receive a minimum wage of $20 per hour.
    From April 1 next year New Zealanders will receive a minimum wage of $20 per hour.
  • Covid-19 slashes fertility rates

    In Australia, in particular, fertility rates are crashing to a record low in more than a century.
    In Australia, in particular, fertility rates are crashing to a record low in more than a century.
  • December 11, 2020

    Friday news roundup December 11, 2020

    Morgan Stanley will move billions in assets from the UK to Germany and the EU has agreed more ambitious environmental goals. Here’s a snapshot of some of the news stories you might have missed.
    Morgan Stanley will move billions in assets from the UK to Germany and the EU has agreed more ambitious environmental goals. Here’s a snapshot of some of the news stories you might have missed.
  • December 10, 2020

    UK air pollution back to pre-Covid levels

    In many areas of the UK air pollution has returned to, or even exceeded, pre-pandemic levels.
    In many areas of the UK air pollution has returned to, or even exceeded, pre-pandemic levels.
  • No-deal Brexit likely to hit UK trade harder

    As Britain and the EU struggle to come to a mutually acceptable trade agreement, a report suggests that the UK stands to pay the higher economic price if no deal is agreed.
    As Britain and the EU struggle to come to a mutually acceptable trade agreement, a report suggests that the UK stands to pay the higher economic price if no deal is agreed.
  • December 04, 2020

    Friday news roundup December 4, 2020

    Eurasia Group and WHO call for equitable distribution of coronavirus vaccine doses to help the global economy and DR Congo faces the "world's lragest food crisis." Here’s a snapshot of some of the news stories you might have missed.
    Eurasia Group and WHO call for equitable distribution of coronavirus vaccine doses to help the global economy and DR Congo faces the "world's lragest food crisis." Here’s a snapshot of some of the news stories you might have missed.
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