Australia Flights to Resume03 June 2020 by News Desk
Australia Flights to Resume: The travel industry group working on the “Trans-Tasman bubble” said flights between Australia and New Zealand could resume as soon as September.
NSW public sector workers are to miss out on a pay rise in the wake of the pandemic.
NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet said the decision had nothing to do with the state’s budget but was simply to free up dollars to generate new jobs.
According to ABS unemployment data, 221,000 NSW residents lost their jobs last month.
The Australian National University has announced potential wage freezes and redundancies as it seeks to find an extra $100 million in savings this year.
Senior management will take a 10 per cent pay cut for the second half of 2020 and Vice-Chancellor Brian Schmidt will take a 20 per cent pay cut.
Police are patrolling Sydney’s school zones as they are overwhelmed with half of all students now being driven to school.
A record number of flu vaccines will be available to Australians this year. An extra two million doses have been supplied this week bringing the total number to 18 million. This is up from 13.2 million last year.
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