Poll Show Victorians support Daniel Andrews despite lengthy lockdown

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews already has most of the state’s electorate on his side, considering the long coronavirus lockout and the pricey second wave. A recent poll reveals that Mr Andrews holds good interest. Any soul-searching from the opposition could be triggered. Since early July, 52 per cent of Victorians have faced the cameras every … Read more

Victoria records second straight day of ZERO COVID cases

The state has registered its second day straight with zero cases just hours before a raft with regulations are relaxed and Melburnians will have freedom of travel. The Department of Health and Human Services reported on Tuesday that no new cases of COVID have been identified in the past 24 hours. No more deaths have … Read more

Backpacker Funded dream Aussie holiday by selling child abuse material

A Belgium tourist supported his Australian holiday dream by selling “packs” of child exploitation content online. Bryan Loyson, 26, pleaded guilty to a number of child sexual assault charges, and was imprisoned in Sydney on Thursday, the Australian Federal Police said. He travelled from Thailand to Australia in November 2018, informing border authorities that he … Read more

Woman critical after falling 30m from amusement park ride in Cairns

A woman fights for life after crashing to 30 metres from a amusement park ride in Cairns. Around 5:30 p.m. yesterday, paramedics were called to the Cairns showgrounds on Scott Lane. The 39-year-old woman suffered critical injury and was admitted to Cairns Base Hospital. It’s understood that the ride the woman was on was shut … Read more

Melbourne’s COVID restrictions DO NOT ease

Metropolitan Melbourne did not switch to the next step of the Coronavirus Roadmap on Sunday, Daniel Andrews reported. He said a “cautious pause” had been made for any improvements, and announcements are being pushed back to Monday or Tuesday. More than 1,000 tests performed in the north of Melbourne are currently being stored in laboratories. … Read more

PM makes major border announcement

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has settled on a deal with the States to open borders for domestic travel by Christmas. Speaking after the National Cabinet, the PM said that the initiative had been agreed by all states, with the exception of Western Australia. “We agreed in principle with the reopening framework for Australia by Christmas,” … Read more

NSW Government launches massive crackdown on puppy farms

The New South Wales Government has promised to crack down on mass dog breeders in the wake of allegations of puppy farmers turning to social media to market dogs at inflated rates. Agriculture Minister Adam Marshall said this morning that the Government will finance a new RSCPA task force to investigate and dismantle illegal dog … Read more