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Mon 6 Apr 2020

Crisis meeting as Versace hotel owners face going bust

premium_icon Crisis meeting as Versace hotel owners face going bust

Palazzo Versace condominium owners have called a crisis meeting, saying their body corporate company faces going bust

Number of COVID-19 compliance check fines issued in Roma

premium_icon Number of COVID-19 compliance check fines issued in Roma

ROMA Patrol Inspector Ray Vine has spoken about how many warnings and fines they’ve needed to issue after receiving Crime Stopper reports that residents are not...

Coronavirus QLD: all you need to know today

Coronavirus QLD: all you need to know today

Virus cruise ship Ruby Princess docks in NSW, two more deaths are confirmed in the state and borders ramp up security. All this and more.

Kyly Clarke set to make TV debut

premium_icon Kyly Clarke set to make TV debut

Kyly Clarke says she and estranged husband Michael are still in daily contact in order to parent their young daughter.

Advice for drivers who came into contact with border officer

Advice for drivers who came into contact with border officer

Truckies have little to worry about after officer tests positive to virus.

Virus could mean extra year of school for every student

premium_icon Virus could mean extra year of school for every student

Coronavirus disruptions to education would mean an extra year of school for every Australian student under a worst-case scenario the federal government is desperately...

Calls for ‘urgent’ COVID-19 law reform

premium_icon Calls for ‘urgent’ COVID-19 law reform

THE NT’s criminal lawyers’ association has called on the government to take urgent action to prevent the justice system from ‘coming to a grinding halt’.

Gold Coast beaches to close as public ignoring warnings

premium_icon Gold Coast beaches to close as public ignoring warnings

The three beaches will be closed after locals and out-of-towners flocked to the sand to enjoy the perfect weather.

Couple spotted sitting in car fined $2000

Couple spotted sitting in car fined $2000

A couple sitting in their car without “a reasonable excuse not to be at home” and a woman who was bored in isolation are among those to have copped hefty fines.

‘It’s a disgrace. Why are we being made scapegoats?’

premium_icon ‘It’s a disgrace. Why are we being made scapegoats?’

Wayne Rooney says his fellow professionals were ‘easy targets’ in the wider response to the coronavirus pandemic.

Drilling for water: $1 million for bores in The Maranoa

premium_icon Drilling for water: $1 million for bores in The Maranoa

New water bores for Surat and Yuleba are set in stone, thanks to a $1 million investment through the Federal Government’s Drought Communities Programme (DCP)

New and old movies to watch from home in self-isolation

premium_icon New and old movies to watch from home in self-isolation

Cinemas might still be closed but there are lots of movies you can watch at home. Apple TV+ has released its first original feature starring Samuel L. Jackson.

Solar power, battery grants offered in $800k renewables plan

premium_icon Solar power, battery grants offered in $800k renewables plan

TERRITORY households and businesses will be able to apply for $6000 grants to install solar power systems and batteries under a new government scheme.

1.1m Aussies screwed out of $1500 payment

1.1m Aussies screwed out of $1500 payment

Casual workers have received a fresh blow after it was confirmed those in the job for less than a year would miss out on the subsidy.

Australia becomes ‘rare’ virus example

Australia becomes ‘rare’ virus example

A graph shows Australia has become a “rare example” among Western countries amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The Chinese companies stockpiling city's medical supplies

The Chinese companies stockpiling city's medical supplies

A Chinese company in Australia has sent an explosive email to staff telling them to stockpile medical supplies amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Brutal details of star’s kidnap ordeal revealed

Brutal details of star’s kidnap ordeal revealed

Singer Duffy has broken her silence about being drugged, raped and held against her will in a foreign country for weeks on end.

Grim reality of how long we’ll stay at home

Grim reality of how long we’ll stay at home

The month of March felt like an eternity. But the outlook of how long we will actually spend in our homes this year comes down to one big factor.

Celebrity chef takes over MasterChef set in shock move

premium_icon Celebrity chef takes over MasterChef set in shock move

Masterchef’s new judging trio havs been sidelined to sous chefs in favour of Gordon Ramsay, who is given the keys to the kitchen for the first week.

Hay baler goes up in flames on rural road

premium_icon Hay baler goes up in flames on rural road

Emergency crews were called to the scene this morning to find the vehicle well involved.

Split up: MAFS fails to deliver real love over the years

premium_icon Split up: MAFS fails to deliver real love over the years

Almost 60 couples have tied the knot on Married At First Sight and only a handful remain together. We take a look book at the relationships over the years.

Only six interstate flights to land in the NT

premium_icon Only six interstate flights to land in the NT

ONLY six flights are landing into the Northern Territory from interstate today — in a sign how tough border restrictions are keeping people away.

Union bosses losing touch with reality over pay demands

premium_icon Union bosses losing touch with reality over pay demands

The lack of sense from union bosses demanding pay rises for public servants while thousands are thrown out of work is breathtaking, writes Peter Gleeson.

FINAL STAGES: Repairs on giant sink hole take shape

premium_icon FINAL STAGES: Repairs on giant sink hole take shape

The final stages to repair a giant sink hole that threatened to swallow properties in Sunrise Beach will begin this week.

Calls for crowd spotters to police shoppers at markets

premium_icon Calls for crowd spotters to police shoppers at markets

Labor has called for council crowd spotters to police markets after social distancing rules were ignored at one of Brisbane’s most popular markets.

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