• Have your say on the state of lockdown

    Have your say on the state of lockdown0

    Victorians in lockdown are waiting patiently for good news as coronavirus cases remain stubborn and stalled in low double figures. There were 12 new COVID-19 cases recorded again on Tuesday, bringing metropolitan Melbourne’s 14-day average to 10. It is a long way from the number Premier Daniel Andrews told Victorians was required to reopen under

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  • Ugly lockdown clash erupts as Orthodox Jews gather

    Ugly lockdown clash erupts as Orthodox Jews gather0

    Ugly scenes erupted in Melbourne over the weekend when a group of Orthodox Jews practising their faith were confronted by people accusing them of breaking lockdown rules. Fiery footage showed worshippers, understood to be the Satmar Hasidic group, leaving the Adass Israel School, in south Melbourne, on Saturday night. One of those filming the group

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  • Daniel Andrews, Peta Credlin face off over Chris Eccles’ shock resignation

    Daniel Andrews, Peta Credlin face off over Chris Eccles’ shock resignation0

    Daniel Andrews and Tony Abbott’s former chief of staff Peta Credlin have faced off yet again, this time over the shock resignation of the Victorian Premier’s right hand man. Credlin, a Liberal insider and Sky News host, grilled Mr Andrews over Secretary of the Department of Premier and Cabinet Chris Eccles’ departure – the second

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  • Ignoring Nov. 1 opening date will cause irreparable harm

    Ignoring Nov. 1 opening date will cause irreparable harm0

    Queensland business owners have warned the state’s Premier that if she delays the opening of the border past November, multiple industries will cause irreparable harm to the economy. On Sunday, Queensland Health Minister Steven Miles said the government will review its decision to open its borders to NSW at the end of the month. The

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  • Nations Australians may be able to fly to soon during COVID-19 pandemic

    Nations Australians may be able to fly to soon during COVID-19 pandemic0

    Australia is in discussion with nations including Japan, South Korea and Singapore about the possibility of reopening international holiday travel. Prime Minister Scott Morrison confirmed the talks over the past week, that have also included some South Pacific nations. He told reporters in Queensland on Sunday that the plans would build on an existing agreement

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  • Pregnant woman misses medical appointment due to closure

    Pregnant woman misses medical appointment due to closure0

    A heavily pregnant woman missed a crucial check-up for her unborn child after being denied entry into Queensland from NSW due to the state’s tough coronavirus border restrictions. Rosalie Stubbin is seven months pregnant and was supposed to travel to Cairns in far-north Queensland for an appointment with her GP booked for Wednesday, October 7.

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