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My name is Majok, today is about the Bush House news in central London.
Bush House was one of the most famous homes of the BBC international service in central London.
The BBC World Service played a key role during the first and second world wars.
David Mark, please tell us more about Bush house BBC service world.
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The BBC World Service has just broadcast from the House House in central London.
The latest news report was read at 1200 BST in a building that has been the broadcaster’s home for more than 70 years.
It included a special post recorded by the BBC’s director general, Mark Thompson.
The service, which has programs in 28 languages, moves to another London building and other BBC news.
The BBC’s foreign language broadcasting service began in 1938 from the Broadcasting House in Portland Place.
Following the bombing of the building during World War II, the service was restored at the Bush House in 1941.
It will now return to Broadcasting House, which has just completed a major expansion.
Described by the BBC as “an important British building”, the Bush House was originally commissioned as a trademark of the Anglo-American World Power.
When opened in 1925, it was considered the world’s most expensive building, with an estimated cost of £ 2m.
Since its location in Strand, it has been the site of many historical moments.
King George V has spoken to the State since 1932, and General Charles de Gaulle used these buildings to send messages of support to the Free French movement after France fell to Nazi Germany in 1940.
However, the BBC has never owned a Bush House and when its lease expires later this year, it will revert to its current Japanese owner.
Seventy-one years of continuous broadcasts from Britain to the rest of the world from Bush House in central London are over, with the outgoing BBC director general, Mark Thompson, praising the “beautiful tower of Babel” which was broadcast in 45 different locations. languages around the world.
Aldwych’s World Service Home and its predecessors since 1941 will now be released by the broadcaster, who is moving the remaining 28 language resources to the newly built newsroom north of Oxford Circus as part of a merger with other BBC News.
The final broadcast was a newsletter read by Iain Purdon during the day, closing with a special post from Thompson who paid tribute “to all those who have made the Bush House such a true and meaningful light in a troubled world”.
Welcome to Victoria News, my name is Majok Aguto.
All businesses in all Victoria counties are under pressure to close Victoria, at the same time there is no movement from the Victoria border and from one state to another.
Meanwhile the Victoria government will commit to funding businesses related to Victoria’s closure.
A few weeks ago the Victoria government has a plan to do something in public enterprises.
John Kat, you have a lot to explain.
The Victorian Government has introduced a draft epidemic specific to the Public Health and Welfare Act, 2008 – Part 8A. For more information on this framework, see the Victoria Epidemic Control Framework.
The Minister of Health may make epidemic orders to protect public health if the Premier declares a pandemic.
Before an epidemic order is issued, a copy of the order is published in this Register. The register also includes details of any changes made to these orders, including variations, extensions or withdrawals.
Within seven days of the epidemic order or any change in order to take effect, the following documents are also published.
A copy of the advice of the Chief Medical Officer
Ministerial Statement of Reasons
Document Consideration Statement
More than 140,000 Victorians return to work when the country’s latest COVID-19 closure ends, according to the latest official figures, as unemployment rates fell by less than 5 percent in November.
But in the worst case scenario, the state number dropped again in the 12 months to June, with just a few 44,700 XNUMX people calling Victoria home.
The latest official employment figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics also revealed on Thursday that the state employment rate – which includes those who work but want more hours – dropped from 11.4% to 7.4%.
Victoria’s growing job market is nationally visible, with the unemployment rate in Australia falling to 4.6 percent and more than 13 million people nationwide employed.
Bjorn Jarvis, head of ABS staff statistics, said the recovery was largely driven by Victoria and NSW, with an estimated 180,000 people returning to work between October and November, following their Delta closure.
As the people of Victoria endured their fourth major closure, attention was focused on the pre-emptive operation of Victoria’s political system.
The common denominator is that the global epidemic has highlighted the unimaginable importance of provincial governments in the Australian federation. This is true, the best and the worst in the management of COVID-19 in different areas.
Last year, the epidemic created a severe economic crisis that led to the economic downturn.
We are in a different kind of economic struggle now: You are less sensitive, more stressed and more deeply concerned.
“My idea is that last year it was a short, severe pain, and then the government came and supported us,” said Equity Economics leading economist Angela Jackson.
“In this case it is very long, and I think recovery can be very difficult because of that.”
The Bureau of Statistics will release the National Accounts next week, which includes the gross domestic product (GDP) for the quarter of June.
If it is a negative figure, the “recession” (which requires two consecutive quarters of negative economic growth) will all be guaranteed (as GDP for this quarter is proven to be very negative).
Either way, the Australian economy once again found itself in a very funk.
Victoria’s closure was only a few days away in June, but it was enough to produce the worst sales figure this month (1.8 percent).
Later this week the July store sales figures will be released. Economists expect sales to fall by 3.3 percent.
“Consumption”, or housing consumption, accounts for about two-thirds of economic activity, so this will be a major contribution.
But, at least according to National Australian Bank forecasts, that strike will come after the quarter of June, when spending targets 0.8 points on GDP growth figures to be released next week.
According to online stockbroker CommSec, the total profits of ASX 200 companies increased by 56 percent last year.
About 75 percent of companies have increased profits and shares have increased by 60 percent.
CommSec says JB Hi-Fi, Tabcorp, Ingenia and Domain have been among the highest paid players.
Significantly, the city’s main end was making billions of dollars earlier this year and spending more money on returns to investors and investment projects.
But not everything down in size. Many large companies continue to have a direct impact on the epidemic.
Companies such as Corporate Travel, Sydney Airport and Star Entertainment “continue to suffer from locks and locks”.
Overall, the National Australia Bank believes that business investment will contribute 3.7 percent of the GDP for the quarter of June.
But, again, that predicts the full impact of the Greater Sydney closure, Melbourne’s sixth closure and the closure of the ACT, which is thought to close those investment plans this quarter, with NAB expecting the September quarterly number to be “flat to negative.”