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Australia's Melbourne to close retail
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Coronavirus: Melbourne under curfew as Australia's Victoria state imposes new lockdown
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Coke-Filled Aircraft Crashes, Reveals Links To Mob
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Australia extends support amid COVID-19 outbreak
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Australia to halve number of returnees
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Melbourne begins second stint of lockdown after coronavirus spike
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Australia's second-largest city Melbourne reimposes lockdown
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Melbourne: Thousands in public housing towers asked to lock down
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F1 returns: A lap of the Austrian Grand Prix
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Australia to start door to door Covid-19 testing after spike
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ATP and WTA Tours announce August resumption
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'No rush' for ICC to make decision on T20 World Cup, Richardson says
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NSW moves to block Black Lives Matter protest
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Victoria announces State of Disaster as Melbourne enters drastic Stage 4 coronavirus lockdownWith the Melbourne outbreak showing no signs of slowing, Victorian health authorities are preparing to introduce further restrictions in the state.
Vic Muslims get creative with Eid al-AdhaVictoria's COVID-19 outbreak has dramatically changed Islamic celebrations this weekend, especially for public housing residents in Melbourne.
Melbourne enters drastic Stage 4 coronavirus lockdown as Victoria records 671 new casesWith the Melbourne outbreak showing no signs of slowing, Victorian health authorities are preparing to introduce further restrictions in the state.
Here's what you can and can't do under Victoria's new coronavirus restrictionsAn overnight curfew is among the latest restrictions placed on Melbourne to fight its growing coronavirus contagion.
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Melbourne is moving to Stage 4 coronavirus restrictions. This is what will changeAn overnight curfew is among the latest restrictions placed on Melbourne to fight its growing coronavirus contagion.
Australia’s Victoria declares disaster, sets curfew to curb COVID-19Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City MELBOURNE (Reuters) – Australia’s Victoria state declared a disaster on Sunday and..
Australia's coronavirus death toll shoots past 200 while Melbourne braces for tougher lockdownThe national coronavirus death toll has passed 200 as Victorian authorities consider stricter lockdowns and new cases emerge in other jurisdictions.
New Melbourne restrictions 'next week'Authorities are reportedly considering placing Melbourne under tougher lockdown restrictions from Wednesday to halt the spread of the coronavirus.
Darwin woman tests positive for coronavirus following flight from MelbourneA woman from Darwin has tested positive to COVID-19, bringing the total number of cases diagnosed in the Northern Territory to 34.
Coronavirus: Why is Melbourne seeing more cases?The Australian state has reported a record rise this week, suggesting stay-at-home measures may not be working.
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'Selfish and childish' woman arrested after Victorian COVID-19 checkpoint breachA 28-year-old woman has been arrested almost a week after her "ridiculous" behaviour at a Melbourne coronavirus checkpoint.
Woman arrested for COVID checkpoint breachA woman labelled "selfish" and "childish" for evading police at a coronavirus checkpoint in Melbourne last week has been arrested.
Scores forced to self-isolate after 'reckless' Queensland women who travelled interstate test positiveAuthorities will investigate whether two women with COVID-19 who returned to Queensland from Melbourne lied on their border declaration forms.
Melbourne's public housing lockdown caused a 'massive' surge in calls to mental health helplinesWith five million residents ordered to stay at home, mental health helplines have seen a spike in calls for support.
Baby with coronavirus in Melbourne neonatal ward 'in stable condition'A baby in a Melbourne neonatal intensive care ward with COVID-19 is in a stable condition, while a healthcare worker and two parents have also tested positive.
Melbourne private school criticised for coronavirus face mask guidelinesA private school in Melbourne's south-east has been slammed for releasing guidelines suggesting face masks must be worn in school colours.
Melbourne coronavirus outbreak spreads to neonatal intensive care unitAbattoir staff have walked off the job due to coronavirus fears, as the deadly virus also spreads to a Melbourne neonatal ward.
Melbourne abattoir staff cease work over coronavirus fears as Victorian outbreak spreads to neonatal wardAbattoir staff have walked off the job due to coronavirus fears, as the deadly virus also spreads to a Melbourne neonatal ward.
The 'pseudo-legal' arguments used by Melbourne anti-maskers and why they are so dangerousAnti-maskers have been slammed for trying to make legal arguments during confrontations with businesses and police.
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Melbourne Bunnings customer who refused to wear mask slammed by medical and legal expertsThe behaviour of the woman has been labelled "completely unacceptable".
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Lockdown yet to lead to virus case fallAustralia's deputy chief medical officer says the lockdown in Melbourne is yet to lead to the hoped-for fall in coronavirus cases.
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Face masks will soon be mandatory in Melbourne. Here's what you need to knowVictoria has moved to make face masks mandatory in parts of the state as it deals with a spike in coronavirus cases.
Masks to be mandatory in Melbourne as Victoria extends state of emergencyPeople who are out of the house and not wearing a mask can be fined $200 by police, Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews said.
Daniel Andrews warns against exercise 'day trips' across Melbourne as coronavirus cases skyrocketVictoria recorded a massive 428 new coronavirus cases on Friday, prompting a plea from the premier to use common sense about movement within the city.
Border Force commissioner defends handling of coronavirus risk as global report points finger at Australia's treatment of asylum seekersThe Australian Border Force boss says all protocols have been followed after guards at immigration detention centres in Brisbane and Melbourne tested positive for COVID-19.
Victorian Ombudsman opens investigation into Melbourne public housing tower lockdownThe Victorian Ombudsman is investigating the detaining of residents of a North Melbourne public housing building.
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Victoria grapples with coronavirus surge as infections rise among healthcare workersA growing number of coronavirus outbreaks have been identified at Melbourne hospitals.
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Victoria records 177 new coronavirus cases in 'good sign' Melbourne lockdown is workingThe 177 cases confirmed on Monday marks the first time since Thursday the number of new infections has dropped below 200.
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Return to remote learning in Victoria amid new coronavirus death and 273 fresh casesMelbourne students from Prep to Year 10 living in the lockdown areas will learn from home from July 20, after the state recorded another day of more then 200 cases.
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Community transmission cases reported in NSW, military deployed to guard SA-Victoria borderCommunity transmission in Victoria is a major concern with outbreaks in public housing towers and a large school in Melbourne's west.
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Home Affairs dispute hampered Melbourne tower residents' access to translators, union saysA union representing translators and interpreters in Australia says a dispute with the federal government stopped the locked-down Melbourne tower residents from accessing in-language information.