An Australian man stressed that he is in quarantine due to his return dates

An Australian man stressed that he is in quarantine due to his return dates

An Australian man and his mother are set to travel home soon – but our nation’s recent success has put them in a strange bind. A New South Wales man, set to land in Sydney within weeks, has found himself in a strange predicament, all thanks to Australia’s successful rollout of a Covid vaccine. The … Read more

Ron Brierley: Former corporate titan completes doom with jail time

Ron Brierley: Former corporate titan completes doom with jail time

Disgraced former business titan Ron Brierley has been jailed after being convicted of possessing child abuse material. Disgraced former business titan Ronald Brierley has been jailed after he was discovered with a cache of child abuse material, completing his spectacular fall from grace. The New Zealand-born corporate raider faced up to 10 years in prison … Read more

Sydney’s temperature drops 10 degrees

Sydney’s temperature drops 10 degrees

Sydney’s temperature dropped dramatically by 10 degrees in just 30 minutes after devastating south winds blew. Temperatures across Sydney fell 10 degrees in half an hour due to damaging south winds. The Bureau of Meteorology issued a severe weather warning of damaging winds for the capital and Illawara regions on Thursday afternoon. Sydney Airport had … Read more

International travel ban: everything Aussies need to do to go abroad

International travel ban: everything Aussies need to do to go abroad

The long-hated international travel ban is finally underway, but Australians eager to go abroad will first have to overcome a number of hurdles. It’s been almost two years, but the long hated international travel ban is finally fading. Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced yesterday that the travel ban, which has been holding Aussies going abroad … Read more

What will flying look like when international borders reopen next month?

What will flying look like when international borders reopen next month?

The federal government says international borders will reopen next month to states that have fully vaccinated 80 percent of their populations over 16, starting with New South Wales. Qantas says it’s ready to resume international flights, but flying will look a little different for a while. What will flying look like? Do you want to … Read more

Nowruz Amin: Terror scheme used code words for bombs, court hears

Nowruz Amin: Terror scheme used code words for bombs, court hears

A man who confessed to planning a violent terrorist act used code words to talk about explosives in messages with fellow extremists. A man who confessed to planning a violent terrorist attack spoke of “recipes” and “cooking lessons” in persuasive references to bomb-making in letters with his fellow extremist. A Sydney man Nowruz Amin was … Read more

Coronavirus: beachgoers flock to the water despite Covid fear

Coronavirus: beachgoers flock to the water despite Covid fear

Crowds of beachgoers have flocked to the beaches of Sydney’s eastern suburbs despite the city being on lockdown, but the government has declared it the “safest place” to be. Beachgoers flocked to Sydney’s sands on Saturday as the mercury spiked more than 30 degrees, but Health Minister Brad Hazzard denied they posed a Covid threat. … Read more

Covid: NSW will halve international arrivals and flights from next week

Covid: NSW will halve international arrivals and flights from next week

NSW has made a major change to allowed international arrivals and it is bad news for those wanting to return to Australia. After criticizing states, including Queensland, for lowering their limits on international arrivals, NSW Prime Minister Gladys Berejiklian has said her state will halve the number of return travelers. The federal government has agreed … Read more

The Australian stock market’s losing streak extended to five consecutive days, affected by the NSW virus crisis

The Australian stock market’s losing streak extended to five consecutive days, affected by the NSW virus crisis

The Australian stock market extended its losing streak to five consecutive days, the first time it has done so in 18 months, affected by the coronavirus crisis in New South Wales. The S&P/ASX200 closed just 3.7 points lower at 7,460.9, while the All Ordinaries shed 10.2 points to 7,725.1. “The last time the ASX200 fell … Read more