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Good morning, early bird. Paul Kelly announced that he believed there was no medical reason to maintain the border closure, Angus Taylor released the government ’s 30-year technology investment roadmap. Chris Woods . This is the news you need to know.

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 Deputy Chief Medical Officer Professor Paul Kelly
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According to Australia [$ 590] Australia ’s Deputy Chief Medical Officer Paul Kelly announced that he believed there was no medical reason to maintain the border closure, and that the southern states would take zero time to meet Queensland ’s requirements for four weeks.

It still exists in Western Australia, Western Australia, New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria, which means many truly absurd follow-up stories:

  • Pauline Hanson suggested to Annastacia Palaszczuk Challenge the High Court. Hanson hired an unpaid constitutional lawyer and asked any Queensland business affected by the border blockade to contact her office (Courier-Mail $)
  • Head of Canberra Airport Stephen Byron Letters have been sent to Queensland and South Australia to waive ACT, and the bill has no new cases for the entire two weeks (ABC)
  • Tour operators in Victoria are “begging to date” Prime Minister Dan Andrews Intrastate trips conducted in New South Wales (NSW) announced the launch of satellites on June 1 (Herald Sun $)
  • NT News ($) attributed the Chief Minister to Michael Gunner decided to postpone "

PS: The Daily Telegraph ($) reported that Gladys Beregeklian proposed a travel ban on foreign students Exception to support regional universities.

Where on the road map [19659006] After the government asked the fossil fuel leaders to concentrate on recommending fossil projects twice, the United States The broadcaster reports Angus Taylor has released the government ’s 30-year technology investment roadmap.

Also discussing documents The Age & # 39; s Nick O & # 39; Malley It pointed out that the technology "does not include targets, does not include", and considers the potential of more than 140 technologies, including hydrogen, renewable energy, biofuels, and (surprisingly) natural gas and carbon capture.

Added: The Guardian reported that according to Taylor ’s roadmap, how much carbon emissions the country will reduce in the next few years. Dow Chemical executives Andrew Liverries led The COVID-19 committee ’s manufacturing working group recommended that the Morrison government use taxpayer funds to “create a market” for natural gas and build infrastructure that fossils can run for decades. Three-on-three, baby!

and today ’s dangerous ace The news is …

The New York Daily News reported that the progressive monitoring agency Media and Democracy Center had obtained a leaked Republican political agent plan to search out conservatives Health President Donald Trump (19,459,017) promote economic re-open the mouthpiece, even when COVID-19 raging.

National News: Music Liaison, Planned Reform and Prison Visits

  • Yesterday, Victorian The government appointed the General Manager of the Victoria Music Development Office Bonnie Dalton as the newly established music industry Liaison positions to advise on the support measures for the state ’s music economy. The government also announced that Congress will resume the original meeting method from the beginning of June.
    • Today, The Times reported that the government plans to expand the power to protect service personnel and patrol shopping malls and business centers for a long time after the pandemic. This seems correct.
  • Western Australia The government proposed 2020 Planning and Development Amendment which includes 26 planning reforms to “simplify the planning system and reduce the tedious procedures And increase support for planning
  • Starting Friday, June 5, all cafes and restaurants in South Australia can accommodate up to 20 customers (internal 10, external 10). [19659011] Tasmania announced that more than 170 prisoners in the Risdon prison facility can now connect with family and friends through virtual visits; one prisoner “has even had a virtual visit in the United States, which is more than two years old. Came to see them for the first time ".
  • Finally, ACT outlined their three-week, three-stage back-to-school schedule, and developed new sports grounds and park rules, with an emphasis on hygiene, Physically evacuated, the maximum capacity is 10, and stay at home if sick.

Are they really talking?

New South Wales has Ruby Princess —I mean really? Are they trying to give us advice on the border? Do you think I should listen to them? I do n’t listen to them.

Mark McGowan

Australia ’s most popular prime minister is rash about reopening the border.

"How do we know who died? "The cost of losing regional news

" Braidwood near Canberra lost local newspapers, and some residents asked a very simple news question: "How do we know who died?"

"Short, Parliamentary notices and local sports activities-these are essential to maintain informed and connected communities. Now they are gone. "

The government encountered a serious problem when signing a trade treaty

" Government procurement will be an increase in manufacturing The key tool of the industry, Minister of Industry Karen Andrews will say in an important speech today.

"According to current practice, this speech has been sent to newspaper reporters before delivery to obtain morning reports. . According to the current standard practice, the speech will not be properly analyzed, because by the time the speech is delivered, it will be old news.

The telephone ban has promoted the new powers of the border guards to treat detainees as criminals

"Our most casual observers of the treatment of asylum seekers may exercise their discretion wisely about the ABF we can rely on us The explicit statement of punishment expressed shock. For those who have a more detailed understanding of what is happening in the detention center, we know that is nonsense.

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Temporary workers win milestone ruling on annual leave and sick leave

Insult Hannah: The Senate ended the violence investigation as soon as possible, causing anger, but did not submit any materials

Tornado Anpan violently Attack on the Indian Ocean coast of Bangladesh

As China ’s trade deadline is approaching, Labor Minister Tim Palas angered the Morrison government

Judge warned that the results of the Afghan war crimes investigation will cause some elite soldiers "Distressed", the judge warned

Virgin Australia: due to the reduced cash reserves of the affected airlines, the government's new request for government bailout plan

The pathology group threatened to ban the COVID-19 test at the peak of the pandemic. [19659008] Russia stated that many coronavirus patients died from other causes, making its official COVID-19 deaths questionable


The Reserve Bank of Australia misunderstood the economic turmoil of the 1970s, and I fear that this situation will It happened again. John Hewson (The Age): "I have a species Deja vu feeling. What I think of is that under constant development, the Reserve Bank ’s modeling and the resulting predictions are completely inadequate, so that it misses the importance of major structural changes in economic and social relations. In short, it caused it to completely misunderstand the situation and thus mislead the policy-making process. "

Eden-Monaro: There is a golden rule about the by-election, but neither party has bought it ($)- Niki Savva (Australian): " It can also be said that the opposition If the leader fails, he loses more than the prime minister, although Albanese ’s companions and occasional enemies ignore the suggestion that his leadership will be threatened, ostensibly because they both know how difficult it will be to maintain their seats . This sounds logical, except that politicians do not always show reason after suffering losses, even though they have said it beforehand.

House Democrats ’ HEROES Ac t is a huge gift for the rich- Andrew Perez (Jacobine): “ Democrats decided, As of January, COBRA premiums are paid for people who have lost health insurance instead of underwriting uninsured people through Medicare or Medicaid. COBRA is expensive and will not help Americans who have not yet insured – but this will bring benefits to the healthcare industry To generate more income, the industry wants the government to pay the highest fees to the dollar to enable people to continue the insurance plan they just lost. "

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  • The investigation of the COVID-19 Senate will hear the opinions of the Minister of Justice, the Fair Work Commission, the Fair Work Ombudsman and the Ministry of Finance.


  • The National Higher Education Alliance will hold a protest convoy, demanding relief funds for universities that have been denied income from international students due to coronavirus.

  • Casey Donovan Drive-In Entertainment ’s first free "drive in a concert" will be played at Tempe at noon.


  • Gomeroi poet, essayist and legal scholar Alison Whittaker will host the Wheeler Center digital showcase for Fire Front, Aboriginal Poetry Anthology, focusing on reading Tony Burr Qi, Raleigh Lancaster, Evelyn Alaruun etc.


  • Minister of Trade Simon Birmingham will deliver a digital speech to the Rural News Agency.

  • The Minister of Water Affairs Keith Pitt will discuss the future of the Murray Darling Basin at the Village News Agency at the Victoria Webinar.

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