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

AFL Business News 2021: GWS Veteran gunman Bobby Hill looks to move to Victoria

GWS Giants forward Bobby Hill is set to move to Victoria but has one year left on his contract. Greater Western Sydney Giants forward Bobby Hill plans to move to Victoria next season. The 21-year-old has one year left on his contract with the Giants, but has already been revealed, His management informed the … Read more

Man charged with alleged abuse, choking baby girl in western Sydney

A man is to appear in court charged with abusing an eight-month-old girl in his care. A man has been accused of abusing and suffocating an eight-month-old baby in Sydney’s western suburbs. The man, 24, was arrested Friday morning after an investigation into how the girl entered the hospital with serious head and neck injuries. … Read more

Covid Victoria: Rules move indoor events outside in Melbourne this summer

The state’s latest coronavirus crisis will get worse before it gets better with Victoria on track to register 3,000 new Covid cases every day by the end of the month. Victoria is on track to register 3,000 new cases of coronavirus every day. Health Ministry deputy secretary Kate Matson said the grim milestone could be … Read more

Paramatta man to forecourt after alleged stabbing with scissors at Granville bus station

A public brawl in suburban Sydney has escalated dramatically after an involved man allegedly pulled out a pair of scissors. A man has been charged after allegedly stabbing another man in the back of the head with scissors in western Sydney on Friday night. NSW police claimed the 39-year-old from Paramatta was involved in a … Read more

Cricket News 2021: Marnus Labuschagne Appeal Video, Sheffield Shield Queensland vs Tasmania

Enthusiastic Australian cricket star Marnus Labushgen has sparked controversy over one of the sport’s most controversial acts. Australian cricketer Marnus Labushgen has started a debate about the “celebrity” act, where a bowler celebrates a wicket before accepting the umpire’s decision. Tasmania 3/280 Late Queensland’s Sheffield Shield Karen Rolton at the Oval for a day when … Read more

Australia Covid news live: NSW, Victoria lockdowns, liberties, new Delta tribe and cases

Victorians could celebrate the end of the lockdown earlier than expected as the state moves towards its 70 percent vaccine target. Welcome to Saturday’s live coverage of the Covid-19 situation in Australia. Victorians are anxiously awaiting the current Covid-19 figures after registering another day of record cases on Friday, with 1,838 locally acquired infections and … Read more

Kristin Fisher: How Sydney’s eyebrow queen got caught on cocaine deal

Sitting in the back of a stranger’s car with the hazard lights flashing, one of Sydney’s best-known beauticians panicked as police approached. Sydney’s so-called ‘eyebrow queen’ Kristin Fisher had already endured a life-changing 18 months before she was caught by police in a stranger’s car with bags of cocaine at her feet. Even for a … Read more

Penrith Panthers: NRL investigating alleged major final border crossing, Nathan Cleary

The NRL is reportedly set to speak with superstar Panthers halfback Nathan Cleary about an alleged border crossing in connection with the grand final. The NRL Integrity Unit is reportedly set to question Penrith star Nathan Cleary after police alleged three men entered Queensland illegally to watch the NRL’s grand final. It has been reported … Read more

Epidemiologist Nancy Baxter warns that ‘people will die’ if people reopen as Victoria cases

After days of record case numbers, there is growing fear that Victoria’s reopening plan could prove disastrous with an expert warning of “scary things”. Victoria reached a catastrophic milestone on Friday, confirming 1383 new covid infections and five deaths. This marks the highest number of new infections recorded in Australia during the entire epidemic, and … Read more

Nurses and midwives nervous before NSW Independence Day

The health workforce at NSW has expressed concern that short-term staff hospitals will be in turmoil with coward cases after Independence Day. Health workers across the NSW have expressed concern ahead of the state’s reopening, highlighting serious concerns the health system will be in turmoil with cowardly cases. The NSW Nurses and Midwives Association revealed … Read more

House prices in Manly Vale rise 38 percent in 12 months

Home prices in this North Beach suburb have soared this year that agents are now saying entry-level buying starts at $3 million. House prices in Manly Vale have soared this year that agents are now saying entry-level buying starts at $3 million. That’s not bad for a suburb with an average home price of $2.69 … Read more

Project: Emergency doctor says Scott Morrison’s ‘stir politics’ remarks ‘absolutely objectionable’

Tears are shed over a top physician project, striking Scott Morrison and state prime ministers for their “argy-bargy” in the midst of the epidemic. An emergency physician struggled with tears during an interview with The Project on Friday night, when he criticized Prime Minister Scott Morrison for his reluctance to provide federal health care funds … Read more

Tony Abbott shows up in Taiwan as tensions flare in China

Former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has appeared in Taiwan in light of rising tensions with China as it threatens “war is real”. Former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has appeared in Taiwan to “break bread” in the face of growing tensions with China as it threatens “war is real”. Abbott, who insisted he was … Read more

Unveiling more than 1m in bonuses for Racing SA prizemoney and Oakbank Carnival

Race SA has announced that next year Oakbank will carry $ 1 million in bets and bonuses after confirming the end of the jump race in Carnival State. Prizes and bonuses of more than १ 1 million will be offered in 2022 during an improved Oakbank race carnival. Last week Race SA SA was announced … Read more

Vangelic set for Silver Eagle, Invitation and Golden Eagle

Sydney’s treasure is to keep the smart Tulloch Lodge mare Vangelic in the house this spring and she’s ready to fly on the Silver Eagle in Randwick. The talented mare Vangelic will be racing for a total prizemoney of $ 10 million in her next three starts, including the रा 500,000 Silver Eagle (1300m) at … Read more

AFL Trading Term Day 5 Live Update: Hawthorn Tom Mitchell News, Jaeger O’Meara, Port Adelaide, Rory Lobb, Fremantle GWS Agreement

With Hawthorn willing to part with one of its stars in this trading period, a rival club has expressed interest in a gun hack midfielder. Welcome to our live coverage of Day 5 of the AFL trading period. Big deals fell on Thursday and there is speculation that at least one surprise deal could fall … Read more

Weather NSW: Rain, cold to hit Sydney on Monday, Covid freedom day

Fully vaccinated Sydneysiders planning their first legal beach visit in months are in for a big disappointment on Monday. Sydney’s ‘freedom day’ is set to be a cold and rainy fizzer. Fully vaccinated Sydneysiders who have looked forward to their first legal beach visit in months on Monday may want to bring a warm jacket … Read more

Rising super superstar Jockey aims for third Group 1 victory at Mite & Power at Coultfield

Annabelle Neasham is a relatively new coach but she is already discovering what it takes to preserve a winning streak with Jockey. Jackie coach Annabelle Nassham says she believes in her rising superstar so much that she’s not worried for a moment about where she will end up during a race. “He may be the … Read more

Aussie housing market would be the third richest country in the world

If the Australian housing market were a country, it would now be the third richest in the world, as rising house prices increase the total value of all homes by $200 million a day. Residential real estate is now worth 28.2 percent more than the estimated value of the pension, the ASX and commercial real … Read more

Australian real estate: 10 suburbs in NSW, Vic, WA, SA and QLD where property prices will fall

Property owners in these 10 suburbs across Australia are going to miss it terribly thanks to one unfortunate factor. Although the Australian real estate market passed a $9 trillion valuation on Thursday, some property owners will miss major issues. New market research shows that 10 suburbs across the country may be the worst places to … Read more

Covid Victoria: High daily Covid case will not affect lockdown lockdown, says Burnett Institute

Experts tasked with taking Victoria’s road map out of lockdown insist the state’s easing of restrictions does not need to change, despite the high number of daily cases. Only 7 percent of Victoria’s 10,000 recent Covid-19 cases were fully vaccinated, as experts predict new infections will soon decline. New data from the health department revealed … Read more

$3.1 million for renovated Neutral Bay cottage with no parking space

A charmingly renovated whalers’ cottage on Sydney’s lower north coast, with two bedrooms, a studio and no parking, sold in a week for $3.1 million. A renovated Neutral Bay whaler’s cottage with two bedrooms, a studio and no parking space sold in a week for $3.1 million. New. 7 Book St was scheduled to go … Read more

Covid: Simon Birmingham called on Australians to get vaccinated now

The federal government has urged unvaccinated Australians to take covid jabs immediately, saying the excuse is no longer acceptable. Federal Finance Minister Simon Birmingham has said Australians no longer have an excuse to get the covid vaccine. Speaking at the 1,000-bed quarantine hub under construction in Western Australia, Mr Birmingham said the sooner everyone was … Read more

Tommy Berry looking forward to the return of the crowd on the day of the race

Top jockey Tommy Berry can’t wait for the crowd to get back on track in time for next week’s TAB The Everest. Star Jackie Tommy Berry, reflecting the views of his teammates, announced that he hopes that the Spring Champions Stakes meeting will be held behind closed doors at the Royal Randwick tomorrow. The race … Read more