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Mon 25 May 2020

Australia’s remarkable virus milestone

Australia’s remarkable virus milestone

Australia recorded just three new coronavirus cases in 24 hours. This success means there are things we can look forward to in less than a week.

WATCH: TikTok video part of houseboat investigation

premium_icon WATCH: TikTok video part of houseboat investigation

A TikTok video of a group of youths aboard a sinking a houseboat on the Noosa River is now part of an investigation. WATCH THE VIDEO

Icy start: Mercury plunges to 2C

premium_icon Icy start: Mercury plunges to 2C

The mercury has plummeted across the state again this morning with Queenslanders waking up to temperatures as low as 2C.

Iconic Birdsville races cancelled

premium_icon Iconic Birdsville races cancelled

The iconic Birdsville Races have been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic - only the second time the race will not run in its 138-year history.

Who could get the missing $60 billion

Who could get the missing $60 billion

Josh Frydenberg has hinted at who might benefit from the $60 billion cash left over from the massively underspent JobKeeper scheme

Sad reason Kyle pulled 60 Minutes stunt

Sad reason Kyle pulled 60 Minutes stunt

Kyle Sandilands broke down in tears live on air this morning as he addressed last night’s controversial 60 Minutes hoax.

‘Virus isn’t killing men fast enough’ tweet cops backlash

‘Virus isn’t killing men fast enough’ tweet cops backlash

Feminist writer Clementine Ford sparked outrage over the weekend after she fired off a “flippant” tweet about men being killed by coronavirus.

Revealed: Names of three men charged with balcony murder

premium_icon Revealed: Names of three men charged with balcony murder

The three young men, including one from Moranbah, accused of the murder of a Brisbane teen at the Gold Coast have been named as they appear before court today.

Homes destroyed, thousands without power as storm batters WA

Homes destroyed, thousands without power as storm batters WA

Western Australians have woken to a trail of destruction after the remnants of a cyclone smashed the state destroying buildings and uprooting trees.

Local government CEO questions timing of CCC probe

premium_icon Local government CEO questions timing of CCC probe

A high-ranking local government official has questioned a Crime and Corruption Commission probe into reporting corruption at councils.

‘Cult’ leader’s bizarre instructions revealed

premium_icon ‘Cult’ leader’s bizarre instructions revealed

SECRET emails have revealed a swim teacher – referred to as the reincarnation of Winston Churchill – has been leading Universal Medicine members in England.

How Cross River Rail will change your commute

premium_icon How Cross River Rail will change your commute

The project will take almost 50,000 people off choked roads and cut morning peak hour train waiting times to five minutes on crucial lines.

Earthquake interrupts Jacinda’s interview

Earthquake interrupts Jacinda’s interview

Jacinda Ardern was forced to halt a TV interview this morning after an earthquake struck New Zealand’s North Island while she was live.

Why Prince William is reliving the heartache of losing mum

premium_icon Why Prince William is reliving the heartache of losing mum

Prince William has opened up about reliving the “overwhelming” heartache of losing his mother, Princess Diana, when he was a teenager by having kids.

Lost learning – what are schools doing to catch kids up?

premium_icon Lost learning – what are schools doing to catch kids up?

State Governments must act quickly to catch students up on the education they missed out on during the COVID-19 epidemic.

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