World news – « Get out now » ????: Warning to MPs in Victoria


Melbourne MPs have been strongly advised to fly or drive to Canberra before midnight to be in parliament next week, with the Victorian government considering an early lockdown in Melbourne.

An email to MPs on Friday said it was « highly recommended that members in the greater Melbourne area present their travel plans to arrive in Canberra today Friday, February 12 ».

Members of the Bundestag based in the state capital urgently booked seats on commercial flights on Friday morning in order to get to the ACT on time for the fortnightly session of the federal parliament.

Prime Minister Daniel Andrews is reportedly considering a lockdown for up to a week, with a five-day option being considered to try to contain the surge in COVID-19 cases caused by a leak in the state’s hotel quarantine system.

Mr Andrews is currently in a cabinet meeting to discuss COVID-19 containment options. Prime Minister Scott Morrison supports the call for a « short, sharp » lockdown.

Council news

Explosive documents reveal that Sekisui House’s controversial proposal for Yaroomba Beach was slated to be rejected by the council just weeks before the green light was given.


Seasoned financial advisors were brought in after Sunshine Coast Hospital and Healthcare were in the red for $ 27 million last year.

Council news

Locals say a beach that once housed a waterfront trailer park was destroyed by a « hideous » one. Dike.


A 29-year-old who grew up in a loving, religious family avoided jail time after breaking into several pharmacies to fuel his addiction to prescription drugs.


A surf enthusiast business owner wants to « slick » the entrance to Noosas Hastings Street with his flagship store Golden Breed. Two bedroom unit.


One motorsport enthusiast whose life was passionate about building cars said he cried. When he found out that the last vehicle he was allowed to build because of his health had been stolen.


A fit surfer on the Sunshine Coast who was just weeks from death had no choice but to undergo life-changing surgery as the illness brought his heart to a halt.


Disappointment with the decision not to fund the stadium upgrade


Former police officer teaching life saving skills to young drivers

Council news

Documents indicate that a birthday party was planned for Sekisui’s proposal

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