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Fri 10 Apr 2020

Brothels sending escorts to homes in COVID-19 legal loophole

premium_icon Brothels sending escorts to homes in COVID-19 legal loophole

People are sacrificing seeing their families and friends to adhere to coronavirus restrictions, but it is legal to order an escort to your home.

Mum has 22nd baby during virus crisis

Mum has 22nd baby during virus crisis

A mum has shared photos of her 22nd baby after giving birth in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, calling it the “strangest” experience.

Sex cheat’s tough isolation problem

Sex cheat’s tough isolation problem

The amount of people looking for affairs has risen since lockdown began, but if the deadly virus doesn’t deter cheats – this dilemma will.

Police reveal details of Tiger King cold case

Police reveal details of Tiger King cold case

A Florida sheriff has lifted the lid on the investigation into one of the biggest mysteries from Tiger King – what happened to Carole Baskin’s husband?

‘Act of God’ ramps up NRL-Nine blood feud

premium_icon ‘Act of God’ ramps up NRL-Nine blood feud

The NRL’s decision to invoke an ‘Act of God’ clause as they continue to grapple with the coronavirus pandemic has led to more heat in the sport’s battle with Channel...

115 vaccines in the works for COVID-19

premium_icon 115 vaccines in the works for COVID-19

Australia's CSL and University of Queensland are among the global organisations racing to find a vaccine for COVID-19.

What a recession will mean for you

premium_icon What a recession will mean for you

Fears of a Depression have faded but economists say a recession is almost certain. Experts explain what it is going to look like.

Minister resigns after breaking virus rules

Minister resigns after breaking virus rules

He released an unapologetic statement this evening, merely saying he did not want to become a “distraction” for the Premier.

New York officially world epicentre of pandemic

New York officially world epicentre of pandemic

The epicentre of the global coronavirus pandemic is no longer in Italy or Spain. Instead, New York is now leading the unenviable world tally.

Nurses ‘stood down without pay’ amid pandemic

premium_icon Nurses ‘stood down without pay’ amid pandemic

A Queensland union claims nurses and midwives in some hospitals are being stood down without pay amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Great Barrier Reef bleached from top to bottom

premium_icon Great Barrier Reef bleached from top to bottom

For the first time in recorded history, all three sections of the Great Barrier Reef have bleached at the same time and are at risk of dying.

Only COVID-19 number you need to know

Only COVID-19 number you need to know

It is easy to get lost in the noise of COVID-19 – but this one daily number can show if Australia is really on top of the outbreak.

NRL shuts down medical guru’s attack

premium_icon NRL shuts down medical guru’s attack

One of Australia’s leading medical authorities has accused the NRL of being a “law unto itself” following the proposed May 28 relaunch.

Mum’s quarantine Big Mac labelled ‘better than real deal’

Mum’s quarantine Big Mac labelled ‘better than real deal’

We’re starting to have cravings for few things from our old life, but if you’re hankering for a Macca’s – this mum has got you covered.

Woman accused of stealing $120k from business

premium_icon Woman accused of stealing $120k from business

A WOMAN accused of stealing more than $120,000 from a business over four years did not attend court for her first appearance

Tragic discovery in search for missing swimmer

premium_icon Tragic discovery in search for missing swimmer

BREAKING: The search for a missing woman, who was last seen swimming at Babinda Boulders, has come to a tragic end.

What Neighbours stars are doing in self-isolation

premium_icon What Neighbours stars are doing in self-isolation

It may be a while before they're allowed back on Ramsay Street with Neighbours cast and crew on a production break due to COVID-19.

‘Packed in’: Aisles full as shoppers pour into Woolies

premium_icon ‘Packed in’: Aisles full as shoppers pour into Woolies

Shoppers have been greeted by lengthy queues and packed aisles at the only Woolworths in Brisbane to open this Good Friday.

Australia 'on cusp' of defeating coronavirus

Australia 'on cusp' of defeating coronavirus

The nation is close to the point at which COVID-19 cases begin to decline, but only if social distancing continues, the deputy chief medical officer says.

Health Minster drops bomb on NRL

Health Minster drops bomb on NRL

The NRL’s brazen season restart plans have taken a dramatic turn after a “staggering” revelation from the NSW Government.

Broncos confident they can avoid Sydney shift

premium_icon Broncos confident they can avoid Sydney shift

Broncos boss Paul White believes the Queensland club will not be forced to bunker down in Sydney once the NRL season resumes on May 28th.

Death toll at 54 with new victims in three states

Death toll at 54 with new victims in three states

Australians are being urged to "stay at home" this Easter as the death toll from coronavirus climbs to 54.

How one cough can infect a supermarket

How one cough can infect a supermarket

Researchers have created a horrifying video that shows how quickly coronavirus can spread through a grocery store if an infected person coughs.

TV presenter instantly debunks huge virus myth

TV presenter instantly debunks huge virus myth

This TV host powerfully debunked the biggest coronavirus “myth” in what’s been dubbed “the strongest minute of TV since coronavirus started”.

Rapper Chynna Rogers’ eery ‘premonition’ months before death

Rapper Chynna Rogers’ eery ‘premonition’ months before death

Rapper and model Chynna Rogers’ fans are reeling from a chilling premonition she posted months before her death.

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