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23 Apr GERMAN MIRACLE A LESSON FOR US

James Paterson - The Australian - Thursday 23 April The emergency measures put in place to control the spread of corona­virus are necessary, but history shows that radical econo­mic interventions imposed in times of crisis should be removed as quickly as possible once the crisis passes. Extraordinary times justify...

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22 Apr MEDIA RELEASE: SENATE INQUIRY INTO COVID-19 RESPONSE TO GET UNDERWAY THIS WEEK

SENATOR KATY GALLAGHER CHAIR OF THE SENATE SELECT COMMITTEE ON COVID-19 SENATOR FOR THE AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY SENATOR JAMES PATERSON DEPUTY CHAIR OF THE SENATE SELECT COMMITTEE ON COVID-19 SENATOR FOR VICTORIA SENATE INQUIRY INTO COVID-19 RESPONSE TO GET UNDERWAY THIS WEEK The Senate Select Committee on COVID-19 will hold its first public...

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17 Apr UQ takes on student over criticism of Beijing

Fergus Hunter and Max Koslowski - The Sydney Morning Herald - Friday 17 April 2020 Disciplinary action against a University of Queensland student known for criticism of the Chinese government risks becoming a political headache for the university as Liberal MPs publicly warn against any actions...

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15 Apr Bipartisan call for WHO to accept Taiwan as a member

Anthony Galloway - Sydney Morning Herald - Wednesday 15 April 2020 Australian politicians from both major parties have called on the World Health Organisation to give Taiwan membership, blasting the UN body's performance in tackling the coronavirus pandemic. The intervention by federal MPs comes after Taiwan accused...

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14 Apr Morrison pressures WHO over wet market

Ben Packham - The Australian - Tuesday 14 April 2020 The World Health Organisation has backed the reopening of China’s notorious wet markets, prompting calls from Scott Morrison for greater “transparency” from the UN body on the causes of the COVID-19 outbreak. Despite strong evidence the coronavirus...

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