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Sri Lankan family granted an injunction against deportation

A Sri Lankan family has been granted an injunction against deportation by the Federal Court, allowing them to stay in Australia pending an appeal. Tamils Priya and Nadesalingam, who have two Australian-born children, were served with a deportation notice on Friday after losing a court bid to stay in the …

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Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 25 June 2018: Female racing driver Aseel Al Hamad celebrated the end of the ban on women drivers with a lap of honour in a Jaguar F-TYPE. Aseel, the first female board member of the Saudi Arabian Motor Federation, had never driven on a track in her …

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Robotic technology needs to be developed

Minister Daya Gamage says the robotic technology should be developed as a solution to the prevailing labour shortage in the country. He made the remark while inspecting the robotic creations at INCO 2018 exhibition at the BMICH on the Social Welfare and Primary Industries Ministry day. He said without machines …

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AG prevents Austin from releasing some parts of bond report

Attorney General Jayantha Jayasuriya has informed Austin Fernando, Secretary to President Maithripala Sirisena, that certain annexures of the report submitted by the Presidential Commission of Inquiry on the Treasury bond scams cannot be made available to the public as they might affect the ongoing investigations, according to sources.   The …

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