- On March 3 the number of cases was 14,000. This was the day the government was warned about their mitigation approach. By the time lockdown was imposed, cases hit 1.5 million.
- Jennifer Brown, 35, was cleaning the cage when the lions, Ariel and Juda, attacked her head and neck at Shoalhaven Zoo, in North Nowra, New South Wales, on Friday.
- Commons Leader Jacob Rees-Mogg is pushing for a return to the benches despite the inherent risks surrounding the coronavirus pandemic and social distancing
- Tasmania has not recorded a new COVID-19 case in seventeen days and just four of a total 226 confirmed cases remain active, leading to a move to ease restrictions earlier than expected.
- A 41-year-old woman allegedly verbally abused two officers who were at the home in Condobolin, in central west NSW, on May 12 before throwing a large dog statue in the direction of a female detective.
- The proposed 12-month wage freeze for NSW police, teachers and nurses is aimed at saving about $3billion, which would be reinvested in public projects - creating up to 20,000 jobs.
New York AG says 'Trump will not dominate New York' as she threatens to sue over military deploymentLetitia James, New York's attorney general, has threatened to sue President Trump (right) if he follows through on his pledge to deploy the military to American cities to put down protests.
- Bali Governor Wayan Koster said the popular holiday island is not planning on welcoming tourists in the near future and is focusing on kick-starting the local economy and managing COVID-19.
- Footage shows the officer, who was patrolling in Surry Hills in Sydney at the time, swipe the feet from underneath the man during the arrest.
- The new study, published in medical journal The Lancet, expressed its findings with "moderate certainty" but that hasn't prevented some mixed interpretations
- New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern slammed protesters who flouted social distancing and caps on gatherings during the Black Lives Matter protest.
- Ex-Channel Seven presenter Terasa Livingstone said she and her husband slept with an axe and a crowbar at their Los Angeles home as looters raided shops outside her front door.
- Hawthorn star Chad Wingard, 26, slammed mainstream media outlets for showing the negative side of protests that turned violent in American cities this.
- Michael Yardney, the director of Metropole Property Strategists, has written a checklist of what makes 'investment' grade real estate. They include shunning suburbs where most residents are renters.
- Gyms, tattoo parlous and massage parlours can re-open in New South Wales from 13 June, the state government announced today.
Emily Maitlis returns to BBC Newsnight screens with no mention of the Dominic Cummings monologue rowThe presenter was found to have violated the BBC's impartiality guidelines following her monologue on Dominic Cummings last week that said he had 'broken the rules' and 'the country can see that'.
- Gold Coast woman Angela Julienne Kraay says she has become anxious, reclusive and unable to sew fast since suffering a traumatic brain injury at the Oxenford store on August 21, 2015.
- Mason Jet Lee died of an infection in Caboolture, Queensland, in June 2016 after he was struck so hard in the abdomen by William O'Sullivan it ruptured his small intestine.
- Nathan Turner, 30, was found dead on May 26 at his home in the mining town of Blackwater, with Queensland officials later announcing he died from COVID-19.
- Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Tuesday morning she will be meeting with Cabinet June 8 to discuss the country moving to level 1 restrictions on June 10.
- Victorian Health Minister Jenny Mikakos confirmed the teacher at Macleod Preschool, in Melbourne's northeast, had COVID-19. An aged care worker has also tested positive to the virus.
Melbourne girl gangs including Pretty B*tches Only are wreaking havoc some members are just FOURTEEN'Pretty B****es Only' and 'Eastside Gang Members' are two girl gangs wreaking havoc in Melbourne's southeast. One video shows two girls fighting while a larger group surrounds them.
- The medical examiner's finding that Floyd's death was a homicide by asphyxiation confirms the same conclusion of the independent autopsy, but there are key differences over the cause.
- Thorpe Primary School in Idle, Bradford, told parents it would not be opening on Monday June 1 as a member of staff had contracted Covid-19
- Police in Coventry were called out to an address after reports an 18-year-old man had suffered suspected stab injuries
- It was unclear whatthe relationship was between the victim, who died in hospital last night, and the woman arrested, although police termed the alleged murder a 'domestic incident'.
- The Sergeants Benevolent Association, the second-largest police union in the city which represents some 11,000 sergeants in the NYPD, 'doxxed' 25-year-old Chiara de Blasio.
- President Donald Trump is being slammed by church leaders for using tear gas and pepper spray to clear out protesters near St. John's Church so he could visit the chapel for a photo opportunity.
- Olivier Branford, one of the UK's leading breast surgeons, is accused of sending sexually explicit messages to the well-known woman in her 30s.
- A crooked sales rep who stoles £30,000 of PPE and sold it on eBay to pay for a darts trip has been jailed for two years. He sold vital equipment at 'inflated prices' reaching five times the usual value.
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