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Australia's Victoria state announces record virus numbers
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Coronavirus: Melbourne under curfew as Australia's Victoria state imposes new lockdown
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Vic records 10 new virus cases, 7 deathsVictoria has recorded seven coronavirus deaths, taking the state toll to 794 and the national figure to 882, while Melbourne's 14-day average is down to 18.2.
Continuing its downward trend, Victoria records 10 new coronavirus cases and seven deathsThe 14-day rolling average of cases in Metropolitan Melbourne has fallen below 20.
Victorian police officers killed on Melbourne freeway to be honoured on National Police Remembrance DayFour officers who lost their lives on duty on a Melbourne freeway will be the focus for many on National Police Remembrance Day.
Victoria records just five new coronavirus cases and three deaths as controversial nightly curfew is liftedThe Victorian government has further eased COVID-19 lockdown measures, with Melbourne's nightly curfew lifted and thousands of people allowed to return to work.
New Harmony Alliance chair Nyadol Nyuon on Australia's African communities being heardExclusive: Melbourne lawyer, human rights advocate and former refugee Nyadol Nyuon has been appointed the new chair of Australia’s migrant and refugee women’s coalition, Harmony Alliance. Here, she..
'They're fighting back': Nyadol Nyuon on why Australia's African communities need to be heardExclusive: Melbourne lawyer, human rights advocate and former refugee Nyadol Nyuon has been appointed the new chair of Australia’s migrant and refugee women’s coalition, Harmony Alliance. Here, she..
Melbourne wakes up to eased restrictions as controversial nightly curfew liftedThe Victorian government has further eased COVID-19 lockdown measures, with Melbourne's nightly curfew lifted and thousands of people allowed to return to work.
Melbourne eases lockdown, schools, work resumeCANBERRA, Australia: Australia’s second-largest city, Melbourne, has further eased lockdown restrictions imposed after a surge in coronavirus cases, allowing most children to return to school from..
Melbourne's nightly coronavirus curfew to be lifted as state records 16 new cases, two deathsVictorian Premier Daniel Andrews has announced the easing of some COVID-19 restrictions from Monday as he said the state was "ahead of schedule" on the coronavirus roadmap.
Victoria records 16 new coronavirus cases, two deaths as restrictions set to be easedCoronavirus restrictions in Melbourne are set to be eased slightly from Monday, as the Victorian government reacts to the resignation of health minister Jenny Mikakos.
Victoria records 14 new cases and 8 deaths as state prepares for cautious easing of restrictionsMetropolitan Melbourne's 14-day rolling case average has now fallen to 25.1 infections a day, but Premier Daniel Andrews has been talking down the prospect of major changes to the city's lockdown.
Victoria records 12 new cases as Daniel Andrews promises 'safe and steps' to ease restrictionsPremier Daniel Andrews says he could go further than expected when he announces an easing of Melbourne's coronavirus restrictions.
Glimmer of hope for Melbourne as Daniel Andrews flags early easing of restrictionsVictoria has recorded five new coronavirus deaths, taking the state toll to 771 and the national figure to 859, as the daily case number dropped to 15.
Covid 19 coronavirus: Victoria records 15 new cases, five more deathsIn Australia, the state of Victoria recorded 15 new virus cases and five more deaths on Wednesday, the Department of Health has confirmed. TO READ THE HERALD'S FULL CORONAVIRUS COVERAGE CLICK HERE The..
Victoria records 15 new coronavirus cases and another five deaths as downward trend continuesMetropolitan Melbourne's 14-day rolling case average has dropped below 30 cases a day.
Covid 19 coronavirus: Why Daniel Andrews won't confirm his plans to ease restrictionsWith each new day there is increased hope in Melbourne that an end of the city's harsh lockdown measures is on the not-so-distant horizon.With case numbers dropping and Premier Daniel Andrews promising..
Melbourne 'on track' for easing of restrictions as Victoria records 28 new coronavirus cases, three deathsVictoria has had three coronavirus deaths, taking the state toll to 766 and the national figure to 854, and there are 28 new cases.
'We are seeing justice': Accused paedophile Malka Leifer should be extradited to Australia, court rulesMalka Leifer should be extradited to Australia to face 74 child sex abuse charges, a Jerusalem court has ruled. The former Melbourne school principal's alleged victims say the decision is a "victory"..
Daniel Andrews says it's 'a great day' for Victoria as coronavirus cases plummet to a three-month lowThe 14-day rolling average in metropolitan Melbourne is now 34.4, well below the 50 case threshold needed for restrictions to be eased.
Anti-lockdown protesters in Melbourne sing John FarnhamA small group of anti-lockdown protesters sang John Farnham's hit 'You're the Voice' to demonstrate against Melbourne's lockdown restrictions at a Melbourne shopping centre.
John Farnham slams use of 'You're the Voice' at Melbourne lockdown protestsA small group of anti-lockdown protesters held a demonstration in a Melbourne shopping Centre on Sunday.
Covid 19 coronavirus: Melbourne lockdown could lift in weeksDaniel Andrews has hinted for the first time that Melbourne may be lifted out of lockdown before October 26, maybe even in a couple of weeks. Melburnians are waking up today with the prospect of having..
Melbourne anti-lockdown protesters arrested and chased by police on horsebackPolice have arrested 16 anti-lockdown protesters and fined 21 others during “chaotic” scenes in Melbourne’s south-east in which demonstrators were chased by police on horseback. About 50 to 100..
Watch: Victoria COVID-19 updateVictoria has recorded 21 new coronavirus cases and seven deaths in the past 24 hours, as Melbourne tackles a suburban cluster and braces for anti-lockdown protests. Premier Andrews and state health..
Health authorities race to contain coronavirus cluster in Melbourne's southeastWhile public health authorities race to contain a cluster of COVID-19 cases in Melbourne's southeast, police are on alert for more anti-lockdown protests.
Watch: Man erupts in explosive driveway rant at Victoria PoliceWARNING: Extreme language. A man has erupted in an explosive rant at Victoria Police in his driveway in the southwestern Melbourne suburb of Point Cook, which was all caught on video.The man can be..
Murray wants Margaret Court Arena renamed over anti-gay viewsLONDON: Three-time Grand Slam champion has urged officials to consider renaming Melbourne's Margaret Court Arena over the Australian's anti-gay stance, saying: "I don't think her values are what tennis..
Regional Victorians awake to eased coronavirus rules while Melbourne residents remain within 'ring of steel'Locked-down Melburnians are looking on with hope and envy as regional Victorians revel in eased COVID-19 restrictions.
Melbourne residents face $5,000 fine if caught trying to sneak into regional VictoriaBeefed-up fines and roadblocks have been introduced to safeguard regional Victoria as it eases COVID-19 restrictions.
Fine, border checks to shield regional VicVictoria Police has announced a new fine for anyone caught attempting to travel into regional Victoria from Melbourne without a legal reason.
Victorian ministers face class action over coronavirus lockdownsA class action is the second lawsuit filed over Victoria's coronavirus lockdowns, joining a challenge against Melbourne's curfew.
Second lawsuit filed over Vic lockdownsA class action is the second lawsuit filed over Victoria's coronavirus lockdowns, joining a challenge against Melbourne's curfew.
Melbourne's 14-day case average drops below 50 as Victoria records 42 new infections and eight deathsVictoria has had eight coronavirus deaths, taking the state's toll to 737 and the national figure to 824, as Melbourne's new cases average dropped below 50.
Melbourne cafe owner launches legal challenge over coronavirus curfewA Melbourne woman has mounted a legal challenge over Victoria's coronavirus curfew, calling it a breach of her human rights.
'He didn't deserve it': Brother of man involved in Melbourne head-stomping arrest speaks of 'inhumane' incidentA police officer has been suspended and Victoria's anti-corruption body is investigating after footage of the man's arrest circulated on social media.
Australia reports no COVID-19 deaths for first time in two monthsThe news came a day after a strict lockdown of Melbourne was loosened, allowing residents to spend an extra hour a day exercising outside and visiting friends living alone. ......
Covid 19 coronavirus: Victoria's Mildura in lockdown despite zero cases for five monthsA city of 30,000 people closer to Adelaide than Melbourne is locked down despite zero cases for five months. They have a message for the Premier. Six hours by car from Melbourne, residents of a city of..
Victoria police officer appears to stomp on man's head during arrestPolice are accused of using excessive force to arrest a man with mental health issues in Melbourne.
Father wants Victoria Police officer sacked after video appears to show him stomping on a man's headVictoria Police are investigating after vision of an arrest in Melbourne's north showed an officer seemingly kicking a man in the head.
Dad wants Vic cop sacked over son's arrestVictoria Police are investigating after vision of an arrest in Melbourne's north showed an officer seemingly kicking a man in the head.
Parents and children taste freedom in Melbourne amid concerns about health impact of lockdownMelbourne’s kids and parents have flocked to enjoy the sunshine as public playgrounds reopen after months of being off limits, but some little ones were nervous being surrounded by so many other..
Covid 19 coronavirus Victoria: All the Melbourne lockdown changes from todayVictoria's tough coronavirus restrictions have now started to ease as the state takes its first tentative steps towards "Covid normal". Victoria's restrictions were eased from midnight overnight - and..
Victorians allowed to create 'social bubbles' as COVID-19 restrictions easePeople in locked-down Melbourne are waking up to slightly fewer restrictions as the city takes its first tentative steps towards a new normal.
Melbourne edges out of COVID-19 lockdownPeople in locked-down Melbourne are waking up to slightly fewer restrictions as the city takes its first tentative steps towards a new normal.
Video shows Australian police stomping man's headShocking new video shows Victoria Police stomping a man's head during an arrest on Sunday afternoon on a suburban Melbourne street.Video of the incident, which Victoria Police confirmed to news.com.au,..
Dozens arrested as police face off with anti-lockdown protesters at Melbourne marketPolice have arrested 74 people after anti-lockdown protesters at Melbourne's Queen Victoria Market started throwing fruit at officers.
Melbourne anti-lockdown protests reignitePolice have arrested at least one person after an anti-lockdown protest started at Melbourne's Queen Victoria Market.