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Wed 8 Apr 2020

Toowoomba's domestic violence spike linked to COVID-19

premium_icon Toowoomba's domestic violence spike linked to COVID-19

PROTEA Place founder said her service adapted to help women trapped by domestic violence and DOVID-19 restrictions.

Sydney stylist and socialite die at 46

Sydney stylist and socialite die at 46

A stylist to the stars and socialite who had recently shied away from the limelight has died with grieving friends posting tributes online.

Sale of the century: Selling Houses hits new milestone

premium_icon Sale of the century: Selling Houses hits new milestone

STUNNING Sydney reno cracks 100th sale for Foxtel’s popular real estate makeover show.

Double demerits kick in from tonight

Double demerits kick in from tonight

Double demerits will be in force from just after midnight for some parts of the country, with police also ensuring people follow new virus restrictions.

Mates fined $5k for playing video games

Mates fined $5k for playing video games

Three friends have been hit with massive fines after police in Victoria caught them playing video games together in a lounge room.

Bruce Highway horror scene a heartbreaking reminder

premium_icon Bruce Highway horror scene a heartbreaking reminder

The family of a man killed in a horrific head-on crash near Farleigh is preparing for a tough Easter without a loved one.

GROUNDED: Stunning images reveal Brisbane Airport’s shutdown

premium_icon GROUNDED: Stunning images reveal Brisbane Airport’s shutdown

Incredible images from Brisbane Airport have revealed hundreds of planes parked on the runway as air travel grinds to a halt throughout the world.

WHO staff blocked early virus warning

WHO staff blocked early virus warning

WHO has refused to name the group of doctors that voted not to declare an early global health emergency over the coronavirus outbreak.

Restrictions that could be lifted first

Restrictions that could be lifted first

There are signs COVID-19 restrictions could soon start to be wound back and we could return to “semi reasonable normality”.

Isolation outfit that’s selling ‘like hotcakes’

Isolation outfit that’s selling ‘like hotcakes’

We usually only wear pyjamas to bed, but as Australia adjusts to life in lockdown, this basic item is flying off the shelves in record numbers.

Why day 10 of COVID-19 infection is most dangerous

premium_icon Why day 10 of COVID-19 infection is most dangerous

Day 10 has emerged as D-Day for COVID-19 patients who fail to show signs of improvement. Here’s why this is the day those infected are most likely to be admitted to the...

Australian death toll reaches 50

Australian death toll reaches 50

Fifty people have now been killed by coronavirus in Australia, with Victoria and South Australia reporting deaths from COVID-19 today.

You can now buy in showbags in Woolies

You can now buy in showbags in Woolies

The Easter Show has been cancelled, but you can still snag a showbag after Woolworths stepped in to get the nostalgic treat in select stores.

Pharmacists 'spat on’, quit over abuse

Pharmacists 'spat on’, quit over abuse

Pharmacists have reported being physically assaulted, racially abused and spat on by angry customers trying to stockpile virus supplies.

Why tonight's 'Super Pink Moon' won't actually be pink

premium_icon Why tonight's 'Super Pink Moon' won't actually be pink

Stargazers will be greeted by a bigger, brighter moon tonight but contrary to the name, it won't be pink. Here's why.

Prisoner tells court: ‘It’s hard in here’

premium_icon Prisoner tells court: ‘It’s hard in here’

A Gympie prisoner has asked a court for bail, telling a judge that coronavirus was making it “hard for everyone” in jail.

Influencer’s $2m supercar lockdown crash

Influencer’s $2m supercar lockdown crash

New York City police were shocked by Instagram star’s early-morning speed binge during COVID-19 lockdown. They soon discovered more troubling facts.

Lockdown ‘sight’ not seen in 30 years

Lockdown ‘sight’ not seen in 30 years

A view hidden for more than three decades has re-emerged as parts of India go into lockdown, but locals are paying a high price.

What you can and can’t do this Easter

What you can and can’t do this Easter

From family gatherings to last-minute chocolate runs, here’s what you can and can't do this Easter weekend under the government’s virus restrictions.

Police threaten to fine Gold Coast surfers at Tweed beaches

premium_icon Police threaten to fine Gold Coast surfers at Tweed beaches

Gold Coast surfers and beachgoers have been targeted by NSW police and community leaders ahead of the Easter long weekend.

Women fined $176k for virus mistake

Women fined $176k for virus mistake

The mum and daughter face the hefty penalty after going on an island holiday despite showing coronavirus symptoms and being told to self isolate.

Virus a threat to sovereignty, PM declares

Virus a threat to sovereignty, PM declares

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has declared the coronavirus is a threat to Australia's sovereignty but says the nation will overcome it and rebuild.

Free childcare plan backfires

Free childcare plan backfires

Just last week the government announced a plan to make childcare free for a million families – but a huge problem has now emerged.

Mum and disabled girl abused while shopping

premium_icon Mum and disabled girl abused while shopping

A mum and her disabled daughter have been subjected to cruel comments and abuse - and you won’t believe the reason why.

Carjacking 'could have been catastrophic for unborn child'

premium_icon Carjacking 'could have been catastrophic for unborn child'

Police link the carjacker who injured a pregnant woman to a recent spike in property crime

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