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Tue 31 Mar 2020

Cases jump 16 per cent in 24 hours in new virus hotspot

premium_icon Cases jump 16 per cent in 24 hours in new virus hotspot

Toowoomba, Tweed, and the Darling Downs are emerging as Queensland’s newest coronavirus hotspots, with a 16 per cent increase in cases in 24 hours.

Lara’s ‘tone deaf’ message in new tweet

Lara’s ‘tone deaf’ message in new tweet

In another post shared on Twitter, Lara Worthington has created more outrage over her “entitled” comments about a small Sydney hotel.

Virgin Australia halts trading

Virgin Australia halts trading

Virgin Australia has paused trading pending a further announcement to the ASX as it seeks Federal Government financial support to survive the fallout from the...

Aussie supplies being shipped to China

Aussie supplies being shipped to China

Footage shows pallets of food and medical supplies being prepared to be shipped offshore to China as Aussies scramble for vital supplies.

Bondi virus outbreak: Backpackers spread COVID-19

Bondi virus outbreak: Backpackers spread COVID-19

NSW authorities have confirmed there’s been a coronavirus outbreak among backpackers in Bondi after hundreds were captured ignoring new rules.

Hospital’s ‘above and beyond’ efforts in trying times

premium_icon Hospital’s ‘above and beyond’ efforts in trying times

A man who had nine hours of heart surgery has showered Sunshine Coast University Hospital staff with praise for their life-changing efforts.

Mutating coronavirus 'now has 8 strains'

Mutating coronavirus 'now has 8 strains'

Medical experts say eight strains of the coronavirus are now circulating around the world but the mutated versions are not more lethal.

COVID-19 cases may not peak until November

COVID-19 cases may not peak until November

New modelling shows the peak of the coronavirus cases in Australia may not be until November, with 5000 ICU patients expected in NSW alone.

Noosa brand provide reusable relief during health crisis

premium_icon Noosa brand provide reusable relief during health crisis

A Noosa-based clothing brand has launched a range of face masks they hope will help in the fight to stop the spread of COVID-19.

Chinese wet markets still selling bats

Chinese wet markets still selling bats

Thousands of people have started to flood back into Chinese wet markets, with bats, rabbits and dogs still on offer despite the coronavirus outbreak.

'Asian dog': Young women spat on in street

'Asian dog': Young women spat on in street

Two women have been racially abused and spat on by another young woman calling them “Asian dogs” who “brought corona here”.

'Dob them in' plea as 1100 tourists defy lockdown

premium_icon 'Dob them in' plea as 1100 tourists defy lockdown

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has declared an end to fun as coronavirus isolation measures ramp up.

Months until coronavirus measures lifted

premium_icon Months until coronavirus measures lifted

Health authorities want to see the coronavirus infection curve moving down before they take “the foot off the brake” and reconsider social restrictions.

Everything that is closed from today

Everything that is closed from today

A series of new restrictions have come into effect across the country overnight. Here is a list of what is closed from today.

Serial child rapist preyed on own children

premium_icon Serial child rapist preyed on own children

The man targeted girls aged six to fourteen including family friends and his own daughters. WARNING DISTURBING CONTENT

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