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Thu 2 Apr 2020

How to workout for free while in self isolation

premium_icon How to workout for free while in self isolation

New fitness program dropped online to help people’s health and wellbeing

Jamie Durie’s blast from the past

premium_icon Jamie Durie’s blast from the past

HOUSE Rules host reveals his very personal connection the Gold Coast high-rise being renovated in this year’s new High Stakes season.

Up to 800,000 Aussies stranded overseas as virus spreads

premium_icon Up to 800,000 Aussies stranded overseas as virus spreads

An estimated 200,000 Aussies have returned home following government advice, but up to 800,000 are still overseas. Here is a snapshot of where they are,

Tech giants force media ‘tipping point’

Tech giants force media ‘tipping point’

Australian media organisations are at risk of “collapse” after governments ignored warnings of an unfair digital playing field, News Corp Australasia executive chairman...

China’s ‘fake’ virus numbers caused global crisis, says US

premium_icon China’s ‘fake’ virus numbers caused global crisis, says US

The US intelligence community has no doubts that China concealed the true extent of the coronavirus crisis, leading other nations to underestimate the danger.

Man found asleep at wheel after 30 drinks at 50th

premium_icon Man found asleep at wheel after 30 drinks at 50th

A man who fell asleep at the wheel while retrieving his wallet from his car at his 50th birthday celebrations has pleaded guilty to drink driving.

USA COVID-19 infection rates ‘much higher than tests show’

premium_icon USA COVID-19 infection rates ‘much higher than tests show’

Doctors in the US and China have warned that coronavirus tests are not showing the true infection rates - which are probably much higher than official figures.

‘Distressing’: Charles resurfaces after diagnosis

‘Distressing’: Charles resurfaces after diagnosis

The heir to the British throne has spoken candidly of his “strange” and “frustrating” experience with coronavirus after testing positive.

How stranded Aussies can get home from Europe

premium_icon How stranded Aussies can get home from Europe

If you or your loved ones are among the thousands of Aussies still in Europe, here’s the guide to what airlines will get you back home.

‘Gut-wrenching’: Family heartbroken as alleged killer freed

premium_icon ‘Gut-wrenching’: Family heartbroken as alleged killer freed

On the day the Beasley family should be celebrating their son Jack’s 18th birthday, a man charged over his death walked from prison on bail.

Stranded cruise ships give rise to diplomatic woes

premium_icon Stranded cruise ships give rise to diplomatic woes

The thousands of stranded crew and passengers on cruise ships is turning into a diplomatic headache as the federal government tries to rescue Aussies while NSW bans the...

Monster father tried to also kill ex-wife in murder-suicide

premium_icon Monster father tried to also kill ex-wife in murder-suicide

SCHOOL lunches remained on a kitchen bench, uniforms still folded, as a mother was confronted with the blackened, mangled scene of a caravan explosion.

Focus on family and faith as case begins

premium_icon Focus on family and faith as case begins

Antony, Angelina and Sienna Abdallah and their cousin Veronique Sakr were killed in a drink-driving tragedy but their parents are “determined” to forgive the man behind...

Court date set for Eden and Cyrell’s AVO

premium_icon Court date set for Eden and Cyrell’s AVO

Reality TV couple Eden Dally and Cyrell Paule have found themselves involved in an AVO after an incident between the pair this week, but the duo say they remain...

Third country reaches 100,000 cases

Third country reaches 100,000 cases

A third country has reached more than 100,000 confirmed cases of coronavirus, joining the United States and Italy in their scramble to contain the disease.

Australia running out of flu shots despite health warnings

premium_icon Australia running out of flu shots despite health warnings

Half the population will get a flu vaccination — and some pharmacies have already run out — as doctors urge everyone to get a jab to free up hospital beds.

Qantas accused of putting staff at risk

Qantas accused of putting staff at risk

Qantas has been accused of not doing enough to protect its workers from the coronavirus after an outbreak among baggage handlers.

Wimbledon cancelled as UK deaths spike

Wimbledon cancelled as UK deaths spike

Wimbledon has become the latest major event to be axed as UK deaths soar and five health workers have tested positive to coronavirus in a remote region of Australia.

How long until Australia eliminates virus

How long until Australia eliminates virus

Australia's deputy chief health officer has revealed how long it will take for Australia to eliminate coronavirus. And even that depends on finding a vaccine.

Health service backflips on order to reuse masks

premium_icon Health service backflips on order to reuse masks

A major private health provider has reversed its order for doctors and nurses to reuse disposable masks after it was questioned about the practice.

BOTH BARRELS: Owner blasts ‘non-essential’ ruling

premium_icon BOTH BARRELS: Owner blasts ‘non-essential’ ruling

A Coast gun shop owner has given the State Government both barrels as coronavirus-driven changes threaten his business.

‘It’s survival of the fittest’: New venture ready to fight

premium_icon ‘It’s survival of the fittest’: New venture ready to fight

The coronavirus crisis has been another devastating blow to a local farming business which has had a rocky start since its opening.

Social distancing-friendly bear hunt creates waves

premium_icon Social distancing-friendly bear hunt creates waves

Communities across the Coast have created their own teddy bear hunt, with some families turning it into a life-skill learning activity.

PUBLISHED POETS: St John’s students impress

premium_icon PUBLISHED POETS: St John’s students impress

Ben’s poem was called Procrastination, Lily’s was Glen Coe Hunting, and Katie’s was Y et Again, It Hasn’t Rained.

VIDEO: Keeping events industry workers “off the streets”

premium_icon VIDEO: Keeping events industry workers “off the streets”

A man has made a comedic video about keeping events industry workers off the streets following virus restrictions.

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