As Victoria continues to record large numbers of coronavirus cases daily, many are wondering if tighter restrictions will soon follow. Here’s what we could see under a stage 4 lockdown.
As parents brace for a return to remote learning, one of Melbourne’s top educators is offering her top tips for the city’s students to survive and thrive during lockdown 2.0.
Premier Daniel Andrews confirmed on Tuesday 28 of the cases were linked to known outbreaks, while 242 remain under investigation.
Police have revealed what happened in the final moments of Glee star Naya Rivera’s life as they found her body in a lake in California.
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American actress Kelly Preston has died from breast cancer at the age of 57 after a secret two-year battle, and Olivia Newton-John paid an emotional tribute to her ‘loving, sweet friend.’
The NSW government will introduce stricter operating rules for pubs after more than 20 COVID-19 cases were linked to an outbreak at a Sydney pub, as Victoria struggles to contain second wave.
A birthday is a special milestone for any child, but for separated conjoined twins Nima and Dawa it’s more emotional than most. Here’s how the girls spend their big day at home in Bhutan.
Australians have slammed a failed American politician after she labelled Melbourne’s COVID-19 lockdown as ‘total enslavement’.
A Dromana woman who scored the biggest lottery win in Victoria’s history says she has been sleeping with the winning ticket.
Sam Stosur has welcomed a baby girl with her partner, Liz. The tennis ace shared news of little Genevieve’s arrival last month on social media, saying life in lockdown has been a “whirlwind”.
A Karratha family stranded in Victoria after their bid to return home was blocked by authorities have received welcome news.
Dodgy signs falsely displaying a council’s logo and spreading incorrect information about coronavirus have been found on multiple playgrounds across Melbourne’s southeast.
The new figure comes after the state experienced days of case numbers exceeding 200.
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A coronavirus-stricken father who endured relentless coughing fits, sweats and spent two weeks in a coma close to death says Victorians need to take this killer threat seriously before it takes more lives.
A former principal who taught at some of Melbourne’s most prestigious schools over five decades has been charged with fraud — accused of never holding a teaching qualification. Here’s how.
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About five million Australians will benefit from a second round of $750 payments in economic support from today, as Treasurer Josh Frydenberg ruled out a third round. Find out if you qualify.
Melburnians who break the rules and stay in their coastal holiday homes now risk being dobbed in to police by locals, or subjected to the same stay-at-home restrictions as they would face in the city.
Shonky security firms are using tax-dodging cash payments and ghosting scams to crush legitimate operators in what’s been labelled a “race to the bottom” in the wake of fallout from the troubled hotel quarantine system.
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Footy impersonator Andrew Startin has been found safe on Sunday night, after being reported missing more than two weeks ago. Here’s the latest.
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Authorities have sent Victorians text messages mistakenly saying they were free to leave self-isolation, as students in locked-down areas return to home learning and a NSW pub becomes a virus hotspot.
NSW is mounting an audacious bid to steal our most treasured events as we battle COVID-19. But they’ve had a swift response from the Victorian government. SEE WHAT EVENTS THEY WANT TO PINCH
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Hundreds of thousands of students will be forced to study from home - again - with Premier Dan Andrews ordering prep to year 10 to learn online until at least August 19. This is what it means for your family.
Secret letters between the Queen and the governor-general during the Whitlam government’s dismissal are expected to be “full of surprises” when they are released to the public for the first time on Tuesday.
Premier Daniel Andrews has also confirmed a man in his 70s died from the virus overnight, taking the national toll to 108.
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