Jury rules in favour of Johnny Depp, Penny Wong to visit Tonga and Samoa, long COVID-19 in the United Kingdom
Good morning. It’s Thursday 1 June, and here’s a round up of the latest news.
Jury rules in favour of Johnny Depp
They accused each other of destroying their careers.
Depp has been awarded just over $20 million dollars in damages, while Heard should receive two-and-a-half million.
Penny Wong to visit Tonga and Samoa
Ms Wong is set to meet with the leaders of Tonga and Samoa as Australia steps up its Pacific diplomacy effort.
Two million people suffering from long COVID-19 in United Kingdom, statistics show
It also found 826,000 first had coronavirus at least a year earlier, while 376,000 said they first had it at least two years previously.
The ONS figures are based on people’s own reports of suffering from long COVID-19 from a representative sample of private households in the four weeks to 1 May.
United States and Germany to supply Ukraine with more weapons
The US will send advanced rocket systems which will allow Ukraine to strike enemy forces with greater precision,
Pentagon spokesman Colin H Kahl says the Ukrainians have given assurances the weapons will not be used to strike Russian territory.
Jim Chalmers to detail economic challenges
He says while there is no single solution, Labor’s first priority will be to introduce its ‘Powering Australia Plan’.
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