FIFTEENTH Day of No new COVID cases in Victoria

Once again, Victoria has registered no new cases of coronavirus as people in the state enjoy their new freedoms. Victoria has reported zero COVID-19 cases and fatalities for the fifteenth consecutive day. Statistics reported on the DHHS Twitter page on Saturday were disclosed as three active cases remained across the state-two in Greater Dandenong’s local … Read more

51-Year-Old Woman Gives Birth To Her Own Granddaughter

Breanna Lockwood’s mother made the heartwarming decision to step in and be the gestational surrogate for her daughter after years of failing to conceive. Julie Loving, 51, realised how much her 29-year-old daughter, Aaron Lockwood, 28, and her husband wanted to become parents. It wasn’t until the first miscarriage of Breanna that Julie started thinking … Read more

Melbourne Woman Fined $496 For Eating Ice cream While Driving

After police reportedly saw her using her cell phone while driving, a Melbourne mum is battling to be fined a week’s wages. Instead, Michelle Course said she was enjoying an ice cream, a Magnum Double Caramel Ego to be exact, when something was noticed in her hand by an officer in a passing police vehicle. … Read more

Transition battle heats up as Trump BLOCKS Biden from daily security briefings

Donald Trump’s own Republican Party senator says he would interfere if, by the end of the week, the Trump administration has not given President-elect Joe Biden access to regular Presidential intelligence briefings. It’s one of a presidential candidate’s first rights after winning the election-but it was stopped by the Trump administration. Biden should be willing … Read more

Victoria records TWO WEEKS of no new coronavirus cases or deaths

Victoria reported 14 straight days with no new cases of coronavirus or deaths, prompting the reopening of a call for state borders. The rolling 14-day average of new cases a day is now zero. Three active cases and one mystery infection with an unknown point of origin are known. Premier Daniel Andrews said that 12,001 … Read more

Australia Gives $1.5 billion loan to Indonesia

In support of the international COVID-19 response programme, Australia is offering a $1.5 billion loan to Indonesia. The loan, repayable over 15 years, will be used to finance the funding of Indonesia’s budget for 2020. The agreement acknowledges the extensive strategic partnership between the two countries, thus promoting the response and expenditure support programme of … Read more

Nurse charged with murder of eight babies and attempting to kill more

On suspicion of killing eight babies and trying to kill nine others, a UK nurse was re-arrested yesterday. After a three-year inquiry into the deaths of babies at Countess of Chester Hospital, Lucy Letby, 30, is being held in custody. The nurse had previously been questioned for two days by police as investigators searched her … Read more