Daniel Andrews post-lockdown celebration post divides opinion

After promising reporters he would “go a little higher up the shelf” to celebrate the relaxed COVID regulations of Melbourne-Daniel Andrews did exactly that. But obviously, not everyone was in a celebratory mood, with the premier reaching for his $119 bottle of whisky. “Today’s a good day,” Andrews tweeted out with a selfie. “Said I’d … Read more

“THIRD WAVE” Wild Kmart scenes Leave People Speechless

Kmart shoppers who raced to Melbourne shops to mark the end of the state’s 15-week lockout have been blasted by opponents. Photos and videos shared on social media showed hundreds of Melburnians queuing to visit Kmart stores before midnight on Tuesday. Some posts show crazy scenes in some shops, with massive crowds of shoppers pulling … Read more

West Aussies want hard border gone

With a recent poll showing tremendous enthusiasm for setting a reopening date, West Aussies are losing their patience with the harsh frontier of the state. Nearly three quarters of those polled were found to want Premier Mark McGowan to set a provisional date for travel to and from the rest of Australia in a poll … Read more

‘Beyond a joke’: Melbourne erupts at lockdown news

Victorians hit out at Daniel Andrews after reporting today that Melbourne will see no relaxation of restrictions despite meeting the goal for the virus. Victorians took Twitter to call the Premier’s decision to withhold a “huge kick in the guts” and “beyond a joke” from the announcements. Metropolitan Melbourne has intended to further relax the … Read more

Premier Andrews crushes hopes for Melbournians

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews shattered Melburn ‘s dream for independence when he declared that the region would remain in a close lockdown. Mr Andrews has announced that there is no significant relaxation of restrictions for Melbourne after the state has reported seven new cases and no deaths in the last 24 hours. “We had hoped … Read more

OPEN BY CHRISTMAS: PM makes major border announcement

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has settled on a deal with the States to open borders for domestic travel by Christmas. Speaking after the National Cabinet, the PM said that the initiative had been agreed by all states, with the exception of Western Australia. “We agreed in principle with the reopening framework for Australia by Christmas,” … Read more

Australian grandmother charged with murder of her son

Brisbane’s grandma was charged with the murder of her autistic son, who died almost half a century ago. Maureen Anne Enright was arrested after the police obtained fresh information in August about the disappearance of Peter John Enright. Peter was born on June 17, 1965, and is one of the eleven children of Maureen and … Read more