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Sun 29 Mar 2020

ELECTION DAY TWO: Greens frontrunner's midnight surprise

premium_icon ELECTION DAY TWO: Greens frontrunner's midnight surprise

Several Coast division hang in the balance, while the race for Noosa Council seats is wide open, as the official count kicks off today. Stay tuned for results.

Cruise passenger dies in Qld hospital as case tally hits 656

Cruise passenger dies in Qld hospital as case tally hits 656

A 75-year-old woman who was a passenger on the Ruby Princess cruise ship has died in the Caboolture hospital. It raises the Qld total to 656.

Queensland by-election results for Bundamba and Currumbin

premium_icon Queensland by-election results for Bundamba and Currumbin

Labor looks set to keep its safe Ipswich state seat of Bundamba and the LNP is tracking ahead in the crucial Gold Coast seat of Currumbin. SEE THE RESULTS HERE

What Channel 9 needs to do to cure NRL coronavirus Blues

premium_icon What Channel 9 needs to do to cure NRL coronavirus Blues

Oh for the a replay of the Broncos glory days when Alfie was the little maestro.

First royal dies from coronavirus

First royal dies from coronavirus

A Spanish princess has become the first royal victim of the deadly bug as the country recorded more than 800 people dead in just 24 hours.

‘Very dangerous’: Docs’ dire warning over masks

premium_icon ‘Very dangerous’: Docs’ dire warning over masks

As the federal government stockpiles millions of masks, leading Queensland doctors have warned they are dangerously short of essential protective gear.

A nurse’s diary from the coronavirus frontline

premium_icon A nurse’s diary from the coronavirus frontline

Emergency nurse Michelle Caulfield is just one of the heroes helping to fight the coronavirus. Here she describes what hospital staff are facing each day.

Father, daughter die of virus hours apart

Father, daughter die of virus hours apart

An immigration officer and his 33-year-old daughter who worked in a hospital have died from coronavirus 24 hours apart.

'Enormous tsunami' of cases coming

'Enormous tsunami' of cases coming

Hospital staff across Australia are bracing for an "enormous" surge in coronavirus cases amid warnings that private hospitals could shut down.

$1m ‘will’ written on a carton of beer

premium_icon $1m ‘will’ written on a carton of beer

When a man died suddenly in November, aged 69, he let an estate worth more than $1 million. The problem was, his “will” was written on part of a beer carton.

LNP calls win despite violence and website meltdown

premium_icon LNP calls win despite violence and website meltdown

Adrian Schrinner is confident he has won the race for Brisbane Lord Mayor despite a farcical results fail when the ECQ’s website melted down.

Sacked Aussies to be offered huge lifeline

Sacked Aussies to be offered huge lifeline

The government has copped criticism for its stimulus measures but a generous package has been revealed for the masses of stood down workers.

Sat 28 Mar 2020

Australian hospitals to shut, 100,000 staff under threat

Australian hospitals to shut, 100,000 staff under threat

Some of Australia’s hospitals are about to be closed and their staff stood down putting 100,000 workers at risk of no work.

Aussie girl’s life inside virus death centre

premium_icon Aussie girl’s life inside virus death centre

Masks are worn on the streets and the supermarket run has felt like a game of Russian roulette. This is Olivia Windsor’s new life in Italy’s coronavirus epicentre.

Medicos dodge hotel quarantine

premium_icon Medicos dodge hotel quarantine

Almost 30 medical professionals have dodged strict quarantine laws after flying in from Chile then boarding interstate flights.

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