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Fri 10 Apr 2020

Tattoo giant crippled by the coronavirus

premium_icon Tattoo giant crippled by the coronavirus

Massive tattoo brand has more than 20 studios globally, including in Italy, where more than 139,000 COVID-19 cases and 17,000 deaths have been recorded.

Phone tracking may ease virus lockdown

premium_icon Phone tracking may ease virus lockdown

Smartphone-tracking could help Australia ease lockdowns and fight a second wave of coronavirus, experts say, amid reports its development is underway.

Dutch woman aged 107 survives virus

Dutch woman aged 107 survives virus

Cornelia Ras, a 107-year-old Dutch woman has survived the coronavirus, probably becoming the oldest survivor of COVID-19 in the world.

UK mayor loses job over Boris comment

UK mayor loses job over Boris comment

A town mayor in England has lost her job at a legal firm after saying British Prime Minister Boris Johnson "completely deserves" having COVID-19.

Having a clean out?  Don’t do this

premium_icon Having a clean out? Don’t do this

If you were thinking of cleaning up the home and donating goods to charity this weekend, hold it right there.

Regulator warning over bidet installation

premium_icon Regulator warning over bidet installation

With toilet paper still in short supply, a bidet might seem like a smart choice. But they come with a warning.

Six flights cancelled in teen’s bid to go home

premium_icon Six flights cancelled in teen’s bid to go home

An 18-year-old cricketer is hoping to be reunited with her family in the Netherlands tomorrow after six rescheduled flights have kept her in Brisbane.

Pink’s ‘terrifying’ COVID-19 battle

Pink’s ‘terrifying’ COVID-19 battle

The singer got emotional as she detailed the nightmare she and her 3-year-old son experienced after they contracted coronavirus.

‘We don’t need 6 month lockdown’: Expert

‘We don’t need 6 month lockdown’: Expert

A leading biosecurity professor says six months of restrictions are not necessary and Australia would be better off with a ‘short, sharp lockdown’.

China changes dog classification from livestock

China changes dog classification from livestock

China is expected to classify dogs as pets rather than livestock in a move that has been hailed as a “game-changer” by animal rights activists.

COVID to have a ‘second round’ impact on Aussies

COVID to have a ‘second round’ impact on Aussies

Australia is putting billions into its coronavirus response but one expert has warned of a ‘second-round’ impact that could cost it even more.

Boris Johnson out of intensive care

Boris Johnson out of intensive care

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been moved out of intensive care and back to a hospital ward, Downing Street has confirmed.

Police fine minister $1000 for trip

premium_icon Police fine minister $1000 for trip

Arts minister did not mention his holiday home while arguing against Cabinet plans to restrict vacations in a bid to contain the NSW coronavirus outbreak.

‘Really sorry’: $151m Budget surplus gone

premium_icon ‘Really sorry’: $151m Budget surplus gone

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk's promised $151m State Budget surplus has disappeared due to the coronavirus crisis. She’ll also announce term two school plans.

Easter traditions you can uphold in home isolation

premium_icon Easter traditions you can uphold in home isolation

There are plenty of ways to keep the traditional Easter fun going to help your family beat the isolation blues.

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