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Thu 2 Jul 2020

Jobs that Aussies aren’t applying for

Jobs that Aussies aren’t applying for

Despite more than 1.5 million Australians being out of work, there are still occupations that are struggling to find workers.

TV interviews gatecrashed live on air

TV interviews gatecrashed live on air

Two separate television interviews were spectacularly interrupted by young children overnight — a situation no doubt familiar for parents around the world.

Extended shifts for cops on border blockade

premium_icon Extended shifts for cops on border blockade

Police are considering extended shifts to stop Victorians from entering the QLD-NSW border is open, sparking concerns about a budget overtime blowout, fatigue

Gov to launch scathing attack on Chinese defence policy

premium_icon Gov to launch scathing attack on Chinese defence policy

Defence Minister Linda Reynolds will today say that China has not contributed positively to the safety and security of the Pacific region.

Father of killed Chinchilla toddler speaks out

premium_icon Father of killed Chinchilla toddler speaks out

EXCLUSIVE: His daughter was found dead after five months of investigations, but he had been raising questions about her wellbeing for years.

Claims doctors did boob jobs after one weekend of lessons

premium_icon Claims doctors did boob jobs after one weekend of lessons

Almost 1000 women are suing doctors who performed ‘one-size-fits-all’ breast implant surgeries at scandal-plagued clinics after as little as a weekend training

$69 fares, routes return in Virgin comeback

premium_icon $69 fares, routes return in Virgin comeback

Virgin is continuing its comeback after the virus with flights set to go on sale today for as little as $69. The airline will also restart some domestic routes.

NT records new coronavirus case, breaking 87 day streak

premium_icon NT records new coronavirus case, breaking 87 day streak

THE Northern Territory has recorded its first new coronavirus case in almost three months

China’s takedown of new Aussie logo

China’s takedown of new Aussie logo

China claims Australia’s controversial new logo, which some say looks like a virus, shows our nation’s deep “confusion and anxiety”.

Bunnings new $6 kids collectable item

Bunnings new $6 kids collectable item

The DIY giant has just dropped a bargain range of collectable items for kids that parents are describing as “perfect for school holidays”.

Woolies cops record fine for email spam

Woolies cops record fine for email spam

Woolies’ has paid a record fine to Australia’s media watchdog after it was found to have spammed its customers.

Dance teacher’s ‘trail of devastation’ after abusing boys

premium_icon Dance teacher’s ‘trail of devastation’ after abusing boys

A former dance teacher walked into a Gold Coast police station and admitted to sexually abusing four boys 17 years ago - now he’s finally faced court.

Guard blows lid on hotel virus disaster

Guard blows lid on hotel virus disaster

A security guard inside one of Melbourne’s quarantine hotels has blown the lid on major breaches that led to the second outbreak of coronavirus.

‘I can’t wait to run you through with this’

premium_icon ‘I can’t wait to run you through with this’

An Iluka man told his father ‘I can’t wait to run you through with this’ while holding a 30cm kitchen knife, a court has heard

US snatches world's supply of virus drug

US snatches world's supply of virus drug

There aren’t many treatments for people battling coronavirus, and the US has just ensured the main one is unavailable to the rest of the world.

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