Auctions in Sydney: the homebuyer’s daring brag after paying $4 million

A homebuyer who overpaid $700,000 for a house in Sydney’s northwest made a bold statement after beating 25 other bidders. The spring auction market in Sydney is picking up after a long hibernation due to the lockdown. Nearly 600 properties went under the hammer over the weekend, up from previous weeks when sales were unusually … Read more

Covid Victoria: 950 new Covid cases, 7 deaths; support payments to end

The CFMEU’s CBD headquarters have been deemed a Tier 1 exposure site — forcing state secretary John Setka into isolation — in the wake of dramatic anti-vaccination protests. The CFMEU’s Melbourne headquarters have been declared a Tier 1 exposure site, forcing state secretary John Setka and his members into two weeks of isolation. In a … Read more

Calls on young people to accelerate second vaccine dose as NSW opens

An unfair situation has left a key group less likely to enjoy liberties as Sydney begins to open up, with an expert calling for change. Young people should get their second dose of the Pfizer vaccine expedited as Greater Sydney gears up to open on Oct. 11, an expert says. Professor Mary-Louise McLaws of the … Read more

Australia Covid news live: NSW, Victoria lockdown restrictions and cases in Sydney, Melbourne

The Prime Minister is expected to unveil NSW’s 80 percent vaccination freedom plan today, with reports that people without vaxx could face restrictions indefinitely. Welcome to Monday’s live coverage of the Covid-19 situation in Australia. Prime Minister Gladys Berejiklian is expected to unveil her plan today for what life will be like when NSW reaches … Read more

Melbourne real estate lockdown: More agents prefer midweek auctions

Could Super Saturday be a thing of the past? Find out why the market could “go away from Saturday” as the traditional auction day. Super Saturdays with over 1000 auctions in one day could be a thing of the past as more agents turn to midweek sales under the current lockdown restrictions. A three-bedroom townhouse … Read more

Covid Victoria: 567 new cases, Melbourne’s restrictions to remain in Victoria after 80% target hit

These five pharmacies in Covid hot spots will be the first to get Moderna supplies this week, as the Premier flags a looming Pfizer shortfall. Premier Daniel Andrews has flagged a potential looming shortfall of Pfizer jabs. Mr Andrews encouraged people to avoid the possible shortage by coming forward for whatever vaccines were available. “On … Read more

Covid-19 NSW: 1083 new local infections, lockdown restrictions eased in Sydney

Some lockdown restrictions in Sydney are set to ease from Monday as ‘encouraging’ signs of the state’s outbreak trend were revealed. Top NSW Doctor Dr. Jeremy McAnulty has hinted that the state may have passed the peak of the Covid-19 outbreak as Sydneysiders will enjoy more freedoms from Monday. The state registered 1,083 new local … Read more

Victoria, NSW Covid news live: Lockdown restrictions ease as cases mount

Easing restrictions on vaccinated Sydney residents have sparked backlash from mayors tired of inequality in lockdown rules. Hello and welcome to Tuesday’s live Covid coverage. Victoria registered 445 new cases on Tuesday, with authorities scrambling to find the source of 316 of those infections. The state also recorded two Covid deaths in the past 24 … Read more

Sydney’s worst houses? Inside the crumbling wrecks sold for unbelievable prices

Sydneysiders may be used to high property prices, but recent sales of crumbling homes you can’t live in show that the market has reached another level of insanity. Sydney’s few available homes during lockdown are multimillion-dollar properties you can’t even live in. And with crumbling walls, dangerous drips in the floors and, in one case, … Read more

Live Breaking News: Victoria lockdown restrictions, freedoms and Melbourne Covid cases

Victorians and government officials are growing increasingly frustrated with the state’s Covid response, with calls for a NSW-style freedom plan. Welcome to our live rolling coverage of the Covid situation in Victoria. Thousands of regional Victorians are waking up under relaxed restrictions after coming out of lockdown overnight, despite the state seeing a record 334 … Read more

Victoria Police Recruitment Campaign to Expand Strength and Increase Diversity

After a tumultuous 18 months of enforcement of lockdown restrictions, the Victoria Police is recruiting for a significant expansion of the force. Victoria Police is recruiting with the aim of better reflecting Australia’s cultural diversity as the workforce is expanded significantly. The force is looking to improve ethnic diversity among its employees to strengthen ties … Read more

Sydney auctions: Western Sydney Fibro home to sell for $1.4 million amid housing shortage

A grim house in western Sydney with little room for redevelopment became the target of an unlikely bidding war at auction, with the agent pointing to a trend that drew 21 bidders. A dingy fibro house in western Sydney became the target of an unlikely bidding war when 21 buyers registered for the online auction. … Read more

Covid Victoria: 208 new cases, Melbourne playgrounds reopened

Daniel Andrews says Victoria is “on track to” beat the target he marked this week on when restrictions could be relaxed as the state registered 208 new cases and a man in his 60s died from the virus. Prime Minister Daniel Andrews has revealed that a man in his 60s was Victoria’s most recent Covid … Read more

The trio wanted an illegal freedom rally in Melbourne

At the end of last week, the police are trying to talk to three people in Melburne at Melburne. Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Saturday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck. Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Saturday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck. Strict domestic measures were in place … Read more

Anti-lockdown protestor Reno Ssevola detained after beating a channel journalist

An anti-restraint protester appeared in court on multiple charges after a Chino 7 journalist was beaten while covering a violent rally and accused of stealing his phone. Guerino “Renault” Sevola, 54, had clashed with news reporter Robert Ovadia in Victoria Park in the inner west of the city during a demonstration on Saturday. Mr Sevola … Read more

Why NSW, Sydney Lockdown could be in place until Christmas

As Sydney’s covetous outbreak escalated, experts began to think that it might not be possible to reach zero, and that the city would be in shambles by Christmas. The issue at NSW continues to grow Monday 1,145 cases, Which is the second worst day of the case despite a month-long lockdown. Eight people have been … Read more

Covid-1 SA SA: State ‘on track’ in lockdown elevator

South Australian authorities are expected to announce a statewide crackdown in a timely manner. Prime Minister Steven Marshall said the state was “on track” to ease sanctions after the state plunged into a seven-day lockout last Tuesday for fear of straining the delta tensions community. Speaking on the radio on Monday morning, he hinted that … Read more

Scary map shows Delta Covid – 1st strain spread across UK

A scary map has shown the rapid spread of the Delta coronavirus version in the UK over the past four weeks, as experts warn that this scary month could be on the horizon for the nation. Stress – which spreads easily, is more severe, and more resistant Medicine – Last discovered in India last October. … Read more

Scary map shows Delta Covid – 1st strain spread across UK

A scary map has shown the rapid spread of the Delta coronavirus version in the UK over the past four weeks, as experts warn that this scary month could be on the horizon for the nation. Stress – which spreads easily, is more severe, and more resistant Medicine – Last discovered in India last October. … Read more

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