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Tue 31 Mar 2020

Drive-through coronavirus testing centre opens

premium_icon Drive-through coronavirus testing centre opens

Coronavirus testing has now become more accessible on the Sunshine Coast as a new drive-through clinic opens its bulk billing service to the public.

Nine to save $130m if NRL is cancelled

premium_icon Nine to save $130m if NRL is cancelled

Channel 9 has told shareholders it will save $130 million this year with the cancellation of the NRL.

Harry and Meghan’s last Insta post

Harry and Meghan’s last Insta post

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s split from the royal family has forced them to give up a much-loved part of their lives.

Coles workers positive for virus

Coles workers positive for virus

Two Coles workers have tested positive for coronavirus, the supermarket giant has confirmed.

Flight 321: How virus landed in Australia

Flight 321: How virus landed in Australia

Coronavirus landed in Australia on flight 321 and spread due to a series of “stupid” mistakes that could see Australia end up like Italy, experts have warned.

Survivor winner almost quit on day one

Survivor winner almost quit on day one

David suffered a slew of problems during the Survivor season – and nearly walked off the show just two hours in.

How coronavirus is changing the way we say goodbye

premium_icon How coronavirus is changing the way we say goodbye

Ipswich’s funeral industry is doing all it can while adhering to restrictions.

Fun police: Call to dob in parties, public gatherings

premium_icon Fun police: Call to dob in parties, public gatherings

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has declared an end to fun as coronavirus isolation measures ramp up.

Jail or $11k fine: NSW's strict new COVID-19 laws in effect

Jail or $11k fine: NSW's strict new COVID-19 laws in effect

NSW residents face massive fines and even jail time if they break laws restricting non-essential travel and all gatherings to two people.

$130b rescue package to keep 6 million in jobs

$130b rescue package to keep 6 million in jobs

Workers will now have their wages paid by taxpayers under a historic $130 billion plan to keep Australians in jobs and on the books.

New Aussie booze restrictions to control stockpiling

premium_icon New Aussie booze restrictions to control stockpiling

Australians now have more limits on the amount of alcohol they can purchase over the counter and online as liquor retailers roll out tougher measures.

Man killed in crash ‘kind-hearted soul’, says sister

premium_icon Man killed in crash ‘kind-hearted soul’, says sister

A Morayfield man who died when his car slammed into a power pole 15 minutes from his home has been remembered as someone who was “just there for everyone”.

Mon 30 Mar 2020

Hospitals ramming through surgery before cut-off

premium_icon Hospitals ramming through surgery before cut-off

Angry health workers say private hospitals are rushing through elective surgeries ahead of this week’s deadline to suspend all non-urgent operations and using up...

Survivor winner after brutal grilling

Survivor winner after brutal grilling

Survivor’s final two players were slammed as “weak” and “destructive” in a harsh interrogation from their old tribemates. WARNING: Spoilers

Wife eviscerates husband in mad dumping

Wife eviscerates husband in mad dumping

A MAFS wife has shown no mercy while dumping her husband – and torn him to shreds after he declared his love. James Weir recaps.

Legendary rocker dies from coronavirus

Legendary rocker dies from coronavirus

Legendary rocker Alan Merrill who wrote I Love Rock ‘n’ Roll has died from coronavirus, his family have confirmed.

Sister’s visit may have prompted NZ shooter’s guilty plea

premium_icon Sister’s visit may have prompted NZ shooter’s guilty plea

IT’S been speculated the NZ terrorist, who has pleaded guilty to killing 51 people, may have been prompted by a visit from his Coffs Coast based sister.

‘Action needed now’ to stop mine shutdown, mayor warns

premium_icon ‘Action needed now’ to stop mine shutdown, mayor warns

Mining community leader warns ‘time for talk is over’.

Kitten torturer gets green light to apply for blue card

premium_icon Kitten torturer gets green light to apply for blue card

The matter was was heard before a Hervey Bay tribunal

Beachgoers ignore calls to stay home

premium_icon Beachgoers ignore calls to stay home

Gold Coast mayor Tom Tate has threatened to close the city’s beaches as exclusive photos reveal locals are ignoring directives to self-isolate. SEE THE PHOTOS HERE.

Sick crew evacuated from Ruby Princess cruise ship

Sick crew evacuated from Ruby Princess cruise ship

Three crew members have been evacuated from the Ruby Princess cruise ship and taken to hospital, with 189 COVID-19 infections in NSW now linked to the ship.

'Martial law': What stage four would mean

'Martial law': What stage four would mean

Victoria has already moved to stage three coronavirus lockdown measures. But is there a stage four? What would that mean?

Affair fight ruins MAFS ending

Affair fight ruins MAFS ending

Hold onto your wine guys. Another MAFS affair is set to be uncovered during the explosive reunion dinner party, according to a former groom.

Death toll hits 18 as cases near 4200

Death toll hits 18 as cases near 4200

Australia has passed 4100 coronavirus cases and the death toll has risen to 18 after the ACT and Tasmania reported their first victims.

State rocked by first virus death

State rocked by first virus death

Premier Peter Gutwein revealed the death of an elderly woman in the state’s North-West at his morning media briefing today.

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