Despite receiving over 12 million doses, Zimbabwe has only fully vaccinated 3.1 million people.
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Proposal knocks $7,500 off electric vehicle purchase, and as much as $12,500 if it’s U.S.-made.
Economist blames unemployment benefits for slow job growth
Economists praise “blockbuster” report, but COVID-19 concerns linger
Some states prohibit non-competes only for lower-wage workers. Lawyers advise caution in considering any ban.
Labor Member of Parliament, Les Walker, has been charged with assault over an incident in the coastal city, Townsville.
The Kiwi health minister has revealed that nurses have declined annual pay raises of at least 3.2 percent and will strike again.
A Senate inquiry into temporary migration has heard Coles’ steps to improve conditions for horticulture supply chain workers are working.
Payments to businesses and workers impacted by the lockdown have been expanded, while construction is set to restart on July 31.