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Wed 15 Jul 2020

Dangerous Chinese masks flood Aussie stores

premium_icon Dangerous Chinese masks flood Aussie stores

More than 200 face masks are being produced in China for Australian consumers despite being dramatically withdrawn from sale to hospitals.

Aussie mum ‘fears for life’ after Bali prison hell

premium_icon Aussie mum ‘fears for life’ after Bali prison hell

There are concerns for the safety of Australian woman Sara Connor as she prepares to leave Kerobokan jail after serving time for her part in the fatal bashing of a...

Sandilands in trouble over ‘unacceptable’ Chinese comments

premium_icon Sandilands in trouble over ‘unacceptable’ Chinese comments

There are calls for Kyle Sandilands to apologise after he made what has been described as 'appalling' comments about Chinese women.

Exiled veteran furious at Minogue’s ‘celebrity treatment’

premium_icon Exiled veteran furious at Minogue’s ‘celebrity treatment’

A grieving army veteran can’t believe X Factor judge Dannii Minogue got the all-clear to isolate at a private Gold Coast residence, while she’s stranded in Victoria.

‘Worst case scenario’: 120,000 dead

‘Worst case scenario’: 120,000 dead

It’s already the worst-hit country in Europe, now the UK faces warnings it could see a winter coronavirus wave that could dwarf the first one.

Depp’s lifelong love of drugs laid bare

Depp’s lifelong love of drugs laid bare

Johnny Depp began using illicit drugs at a young age to escape his difficult home life, emotional pain and his fame.

Maxwell had cellphone wrapped in tinfoil

Maxwell had cellphone wrapped in tinfoil

Ghislaine Maxwell hid from the FBI and wrapped her phone in tin foil to evade detection, prosecutors said ahead of her court appearance.

Which theme parks are reopening today

premium_icon Which theme parks are reopening today

More of southeast Queensland’s theme parks will welcome guests for the first time since March as the state’s coronavirus restrictions are eased.

Whodunit? Not a shark, more likely this...

premium_icon Whodunit? Not a shark, more likely this...

A shark lover who was bitten on Shark Appreciation Day more likely fell victim to another type of sea creature, an expert says.

Australia’s first wave has just begun

Australia’s first wave has just begun

Experts say Victoria and NSW “never had a first wave … until now” and a mistake made at the start of the pandemic could lead to a full-blown outbreak.

Tue 14 Jul 2020

Police release details on boy, 8, killed in motorbike crash

premium_icon Police release details on boy, 8, killed in motorbike crash

Police have released details about the tragic death of an eight-year-old boy near Kingaroy.

From the bush to the city, Mikhaila swims towards Olympics

premium_icon From the bush to the city, Mikhaila swims towards Olympics

VIDEO: See the moment a country kid from the Cannonvale Cannons swimming club tells team mates she has earned a scholarship to train at Australia’s top club.

National coronavirus death toll reaches 110

National coronavirus death toll reaches 110

VICTORIA has recorded 270 new cases of coronavirus and two people aged in their 80s have died, bringing the national death toll to 110.

Busted Victorians fined $18k for party

Busted Victorians fined $18k for party

A group of Melburnians have been sprung by police breaking coronavirus restrictions, turning their private party into a pricey night.

Family poisoned after inside BBQ

Family poisoned after inside BBQ

A family of 11 have been rushed to hospital in Hobart with serious carbon monoxide poisoning after a charcoal grill was used inside.

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