People given the all-clear after visiting a government-run COVID testing site are being urged to get rechecked over fears results wrongly showed them as negative.…View More COVID-19: Public urged to get retested after false negative results at Newbury Showground in Berkshire
One in five public sector key workers are “actively considering” quitting and changing jobs, according to the Trade Union Congress. A study conducted by the…View More One in five public sector key workers consider quitting, union says
A public inquiry should be established looking into the conditions and practices in mother and baby homes, Magdalene laundries and workhouses in Northern Ireland, an…View More Northern Ireland: Public inquiry into mother and baby homes recommended by expert panel
Ashley Judd is getting out and about again — six months after nearly losing her leg in a Congo rainforest fall. The 53-year-old actor made…View More Ashley Judd attends 1st public event since nearly losing her leg
Washington school gives ankle monitors to athletes to track social distancing, prevent COVID Eatonville school district parents have expressed their outrage and the school’s superintendent…View More Washington public school requires student athletes to wear tracking monitors to trace COVID
With Hurricane Henri fast approaching on Saturday afternoon, Suffolk County officials called on visitors and residents of Fire Island, which lies on the southern shore…View More With evacuations on Fire Island, Long Island braces for Hurricane Henri.
New York City’s aging subway system was supposed to receive hundreds of millions of dollars for upgrades this year — a windfall that had been…View More As Cuomo Exits, Will Congestion Pricing Still Come to New York City?
Today marks the beginning of the 46th annual NAIDOC Week, an annual occasion of remembrance and resistance that has evolved into a vibrant national celebration…View More A new era, and a better public holiday for Victorians
Nearly two thirds of Britons believe there will be ANOTHER lockdown later this year even if ‘Freedom Day’ happens on July 19 EXCLUSIVE: Poll finds…View More Nearly two-thirds of public expect ANOTHER lockdown this year
Vietnam is asking members of the public to donate money that can be used to buy, import, research and produce COVID-19 vaccines. The country is…View More COVID-19: Vietnam asks public to donate cash to buy vaccines
By RNZ Finance Minister Grant Robertson says he deeply regrets the distress caused by public sector pay restrictions. However he maintains the restrictions do not…View More Public sector pay freeze: Grant Robertson ‘deeply regrets’ causing distress
Health care is a complicated issue, and there is no magic silver bullet that will address all the concerns Colorado communities face when it comes…View More Webb: Creating a public option for Colorado health insurance would be a mistake
Shoppers and staff at a New Zealand supermarket have been praised for their courage in trying to stop an attacker armed with a knife while…View More Public praised for ‘heroic’ acts in detaining attacker in NZ supermarket stabbing
The Government has today ruled out any pay increases for those earning over $100,000 and senior leaders over the next three years. The Government’s Workforce…View More Covid 19 coronavirus: Public sector pay freeze – no increases for staff on $100,000+