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Three dead as Tonga island homes destroyed

Two New Zealand navy vessels will arrive in Tonga on Friday carrying critical water supplies for the Pacific island nation reeling from a volcanic eruption and tsunami.

No need for daily workplace rapid test: PM

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has urged businesses not to enforce rules requiring employees to return a negative rapid antigen test each day before they start work.

Rebel Wilson reveals she popped a squat on someone's front lawn

Rebel Wilson's cringe-worthy confession: "It hit me, and it was all inside, and it just had to come out!" During a conversation with Brittany Hockley and Laura Byrne on their podcast Life Uncut, Rebel Wilson admitted to popping a squat in a stranger's front yard to conduct some emergency business. The 41-year-old actress...

Vic drops booster interval to three months

Victorians can now get their COVID-19 booster shot sooner, with the government shortening the interval between second and third doses to three months at all state hubs.

Palmer to lead UAP Senate election bid

Mining billionaire Clive Palmer is attempting a return to federal politics, announcing he will lead his party's Senate team in the upcoming election.

Vic drops booster interval to three months

Victorians can now get their COVID-19 booster shot sooner, with the government shortening the interval from the second dose down to three months at state hubs. The state recorded 20,769 new COVID-19 cases and 18 deaths on Wednesday, 10,726 from PCR tests and 10,043 from rapid antigen tests. Premier Daniel Andrews said...