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Victorian COVID-19 Roadmap May Not Involve Specific Dates

Today’s promised roadmap out of Victoria’s lockdown is expected to be a long and slow detour.

Victorian Road To Recovery Expected To Be Gradual and Flexible

Premier Daniel Andrews is on Sunday expected to reveal how and when Melbourne and regional Victoria will come out of respective stage four and three lockdowns.

Consensus Not Reached On Border Closures

All states and territories except WA agreed to reach the third and final stage of restriction relief by the end of December.

Bank Boss to Face Economics Committee Hearing

The inquiry is expected to shed light on the consequences of mortgage and small and medium business loan deferrals.

Border Closures Causing Contention

Gladys Berejiklian and Annastacia Palaszczukare at loggerheads over the border closure imposed by Queensland.

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Open Doors International has found that forced marriages have increased by 16 percent.

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Bibles are helping people learn to read in rural China.

March for Persecuted Christians Planned for September

A march to raise awareness for persecuted Christians is being planned for the US capital later this year.

Christians Invited to Pray for G7 Leaders

The World Prayer Centre is organising three online prayer events via Zoom.

Study Finds a Rise in Persecution of Christian Women

Open Doors says women now face a higher potential risk of religious persecution than men.

Survey Reveals Generational Views on God

Millennials born between 1984 and 2002 have gone the farthest in cutting ties with traditional Christian views.

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