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‘Selfish’ Victorians who go to work while they have coronavirus will be hit with $20,000 in fines

Victorians who go to work while they have coronavirus could be hit with a $20,000 fine, while those who breach lockdown will have to pay...

Older Australians are MORE worried about the economy than about their own health during coronavirus

Elderly Australians are more concerned about the impact of a recession than their health during the pandemic, an industry expert has revealed. Younger Australians are...

Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club member played matches while infected with coronavirus

Well-heeled members of Melbourne's most prestigious tennis club are rushing to testing clinics amid fears of a coronavirus outbreak in its ranks.Kooyong Lawn Tennis...

New South Wales announces 12 new coronavirus cases

New South Wales has recorded 12 new coronavirus cases with just one coming from hotel quarantine.Of the new cases reported to 8pm Monday night, just one...

Woolworths converts three of its Melbourne stores into online only amid stage four restrictions

Woolworths will temporarily convert three of its Melbourne stores into online hubs as the city enters stage four lockdown with a strict curfew.From 7.30pm...
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‘Selfish’ Victorians who go to work while they have coronavirus will be hit with $20,000 in fines

Victorians who go to work while they have coronavirus could be hit with a $20,000 fine, while those who breach lockdown will have to pay...

Older Australians are MORE worried about the economy than about their own health during coronavirus

Elderly Australians are more concerned about the impact of a recession than their health during the pandemic, an industry expert has revealed. Younger Australians are...

Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club member played matches while infected with coronavirus

Well-heeled members of Melbourne's most prestigious tennis club are rushing to testing clinics amid fears of a coronavirus outbreak in its ranks.Kooyong Lawn Tennis...

New South Wales announces 12 new coronavirus cases

New South Wales has recorded 12 new coronavirus cases with just one coming from hotel quarantine.Of the new cases reported to 8pm Monday night, just one...

Ministers tell drug firms to restart stockpiling medicines amid No Deal Brexit fears

Drugs companies have been told by ministers to restart stockpiling medicines amid fears of a No Deal Brexit.  Department of Health officials sent a letter...

PAUL THOMAS on… eating out 

'Sorry about the delay with your meals – the chef's still working from home'

Man rents Airbnb unit to create an intricate Breaking Bad-style meth lab

A convicted drug dealer has been busted for cooking meth in Breaking Bad-style lab at an Airbnb unit he rented from the owners who...

Medics find Eid celebration bullet in brain of Palestinian boy aged 9

Doctors have discovered a bullet lodged in the brain of a nine-year-old Palestinian boy, as police investigate the possibility he was hit by gunfire...

First evidence of a dinosaur living with malignant CANCER found in a 77 million-year-old fossil

The first-ever evidence for a dinosaur that lived with a malignant, spreading caner has been discovered in a 77 million-year-old fossil, a study has...

Mother of three teens shot dead home invasion after being woken up by her kids arguing with intruder

A 40-year-old mother of three teens was shot and killed in a Texas home invasion gone wrong during the early hours of Monday morning. The...

Ex-EastEnders star Katie Jarvis ‘arrested for drunken pub fight and being racially abusive’

It has been claimed that former EastEnders actress Katie Jarvis is the woman featured in a video of a pub brawl in Essex -...

Coronavirus US: Stimulus negotiations still haven’t reached deal

Mark Meadows and Steven Mnuchin will make yet another trip to Capitol Hill Monday for continued negotiations with Democrats on a new coronavirus stimulus...
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‘Selfish’ Victorians who go to work while they have coronavirus will be hit with $20,000 in fines

Victorians who go to work while they have coronavirus could be hit with a $20,000 fine, while those who breach lockdown will have to pay...

Older Australians are MORE worried about the economy than about their own health during coronavirus

Elderly Australians are more concerned about the impact of a recession than their health during the pandemic, an industry expert has revealed. Younger Australians are...

Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club member played matches while infected with coronavirus

Well-heeled members of Melbourne's most prestigious tennis club are rushing to testing clinics amid fears of a coronavirus outbreak in its ranks.Kooyong Lawn Tennis...
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