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Sat 28 Mar 2020

Australian hospitals to shut, 100,000 staff under threat

Australian hospitals to shut, 100,000 staff under threat

Some of Australia’s hospitals are about to be closed and their staff stood down putting 100,000 workers at risk of no work.

ADF soldier allegedly made threats to judge’s family

premium_icon ADF soldier allegedly made threats to judge’s family

A soldier is under investigation for allegedly threatening the family of the judge looking into allegations Australian Special Forces committed war crimes.

Aussie girl’s life inside virus death centre

premium_icon Aussie girl’s life inside virus death centre

Masks are worn on the streets and the supermarket run has felt like a game of Russian roulette. This is Olivia Windsor’s new life in Italy’s coronavirus epicentre.

Medicos dodge hotel quarantine

premium_icon Medicos dodge hotel quarantine

Almost 30 medical professionals have dodged strict quarantine laws after flying in from Chile then boarding interstate flights.

Medical professionals skipped quarantine

Medical professionals skipped quarantine

Dozens of medical professionals ignored police orders to quarantine and jumped on domestic flights home after flying into Sydney from South America on Friday.

Who Australia’s coronavirus spreaders really are

premium_icon Who Australia’s coronavirus spreaders really are

Travellers bringing the coronavirus to Australia are not all from China, where the killer pandemic began.

Labor in box seat for Ipswich, LNP lead in Currumbin

premium_icon Labor in box seat for Ipswich, LNP lead in Currumbin

Labor looks set to keep its safe Ipswich state seat of Bundamba and the LNP is tracking ahead in the crucial Gold Coast seat of Currumbin. SEE THE RESULTS HERE

More than 100,000 Aussies urgently call banks for help

premium_icon More than 100,000 Aussies urgently call banks for help

Cash-strapped borrowers have rushed to get help from their banks during the coronavirus pandemic including the pausing of their payments.

Aussie Diggers tell panic-buyers to ‘get real’

premium_icon Aussie Diggers tell panic-buyers to ‘get real’

It was mateship, common sense and a steely resolve that got Jim Kerr through World War II. Now, he believes the same will see us through the coronavirus crisis.

Soap shortage: Teachers using metho to clean classrooms

premium_icon Soap shortage: Teachers using metho to clean classrooms

Some Queensland teachers have been forced to make their own disinfectants to spray work spaces following a shortage of cleaning supplies.

Exclusive: Michelle Bridges breaks her silence

premium_icon Exclusive: Michelle Bridges breaks her silence

'Privately I was going through a pretty stressful time on a personal level, coming to terms with my relationship breakdown.'

‘Not being able to touch people you love hurts the most’

‘Not being able to touch people you love hurts the most’

What a sad irony it is that at a time when we need reassurance the most, we can’t experience the comfort of holding hands or hugging our parents.

Trump’s bizarre source of virus advice

Trump’s bizarre source of virus advice

As the number of positive cases in America climbs above 104,000, US President Donald Trump reportedly called a former nemesis for COVID-19 advice.

COVID-19’s new immune super race

premium_icon COVID-19’s new immune super race

They saved themselves from the killer virus. Now, survivors of COVID-19 are being called on to use their immunity to save the rest of us from the deadly virus.

Crims target Aussies in new SMS coronavirus scam

premium_icon Crims target Aussies in new SMS coronavirus scam

The nation’s cyber spooks have issued a public alert to be aware of COVID-19 scams with even the myGov network targeted as more Australians work from home.

‘Next contagion’: US crisis could cripple us

‘Next contagion’: US crisis could cripple us

First Australia got a bunch of infections from the US; next, we will catch its financial and economic contagion, and it could cripple us.

ON-THE-SPOT FINES: Cops’ COVID-19 crackdown

ON-THE-SPOT FINES: Cops’ COVID-19 crackdown

Queensland Police have launched a coronavirus crackdown on people disregarding flouting isolation laws and threatened to issue hefty on the spot fines.

One person dying every eight minutes in UK

One person dying every eight minutes in UK

The deaths included 168 people in England, eight in Scotland, six in Wales and three in Northern Ireland.

Jail time possible for COVID-19 law rejecters

premium_icon Jail time possible for COVID-19 law rejecters

Failing to follow COVID-19 Laws will not just affect your health and land you in hospital, it will hit your hip pocket and even land you in jail for life.

Best coronavirus crisis freebies you can get

Best coronavirus crisis freebies you can get

There are ways to spend your time without laying out any cash during the coronavirus pandemic as companies and celebrities reveal new deals.

23 new coronavirus cases in WA, 30 in SA

23 new coronavirus cases in WA, 30 in SA

There are now 23 new cases of coronavirus in Western Australia, taking the state's total tally to 278.

Coughing teens allegedly bash elderly woman on bus

premium_icon Coughing teens allegedly bash elderly woman on bus

An elderly woman was allegedly bashed by young thugs after she told them off for spitting and coughing over passengers on a Gold Coast bus.

MP’s blistering attack on ex-colleague

premium_icon MP’s blistering attack on ex-colleague

A long-time former political ally of Jann Stuckey has launched a blistering broadside against the former Currumbin MP.

Cops forced to act as brazen gym junkies flout rules

premium_icon Cops forced to act as brazen gym junkies flout rules

Police have been forced to remove people from outdoor gym equipment which had been shut down by authorities due to the coronavirus pandemic.

DJs makes decision on closing stores

DJs makes decision on closing stores

Coronavirus has taken another hit at the retail industry, with department store icon David Jones announcing its decision today.

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