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With Australians downloading record amounts of data, it's never been a better time to make sure you've got the right internet deal.
The consumer watchdog predicts prices will continue to drop as retailers go head-to-head, chasing your working from home business.
#NBN #Coronavirus #7NEWS
Australian scientists have made a groundbreaking discovery in the fight against breast cancer.
The critical findings show a link between a genetic protein and the way the most aggressive cancers grow and spread.
A Cairnlea pensioner is facing serious charges after pulling a gun on a paramedic. What started as a routine call ended in a dramatic confrontation, with the man being restrained and arrested. Reporter: @paul_dowsley #7NEWS
Bankstown: Two people are behind bars accused of running a sophisticated shoplifting syndicate.
Investigators say the pair was fleecing the big supermarkets of premium products, including baby formula, before on-selling them in a suburban shop.
The Japanese government could subsidise a portion of tourists’ travel expenses once the coronavirus outbreak is under control.
The $19 billion plan could start in July, according to reports in Japanese media outlets. Interested? Click the link in bio to find out more. #7NEWS
Some unusual cargo lost from container ship APL England off Sydney has begun washing ashore; surgical face masks and other medical protective gear sent from China.
And there's more coming - everything from bar stools to leaf blowers.
One of Victoria's youngest COVID-19 patients admitted to ICU has told of her battle to beat the potentially deadly virus. She was a fit 41-year-old when she was struck down - left in a coma, fighting for life. Reporter: @jacquifelgate7 #7NEWS
A Vietnam veteran has choked back tears - reunited with his war medals a week after they were stolen from his Bayswater home. #7NEWS
Thousands of dollars worth of designer shoes and handbags have been stolen during a city ram raid. #7NEWS
Victoria is looking to lock in lessons from weeks of home schooling as the first wave of students return to the classroom. 400,000 children went back to school under stage one after six weeks of remote learning. #7NEWS
Sydney councils are under increasing pressure to allow more outdoor dining to help maintain social distancing while boosting the economy.
The NSW government wants more industries back in business after relying heavily on construction to get through the coronavirus crisis.
#nswpol #Coronavirus #7NEWS
Tomorrow’s weather forecast with 7NEWS meteorologist @tonyauden. “We have seen a few more pockets of smoke coming from controlled burns over the last day or two”. #7NEWS
Working from home means we're spending more time online, and we're sharing even more personal information.
Cyber criminals know that too, and they're taking advantage.
It's called social engineering, and it's behind a new wave of identity theft.
FUELCAST: Drivers are being encouraged to fill their tanks while unleaded petrol is in the cheap phase of the price cycle. #7NEWS
A Gold Coast stunt rider has nailed a manoeuvre long considered impossible. Chris James spent eight years planning the first successful attempt on the Elanora full pipe. #7NEWS
The fashion industry could be given a lifeline to keep manufacturing in Australia.
Designers will meet with the federal government tomorrow.
They're urging Australians to ditch international labels and buy local.
We're a nation taught to 'soldier on' through sickness, but experts say we need to start using our sick days and employers should encourage it. @nathantemp7 reports. #7NEWS
A group of teenagers has posted videos of themselves pretending to be police and pulling over strangers at random. Such actions have prompted a fresh approach to youth policing. #7NEWS
For the first time, 7NEWS can show you video of an ugly exchange between the NSW police minister and a P-plater following a minor road accident in Baulkham Hills last year.
David Elliott was cleared by a police investigation and says he wouldn't do anything differently.
The drugs scandal at the @cronullasharks has overshadowed the buildup to Thursday's season restart.
Hours before the positive drug test broke this afternoon, the game's biggest names were talking up the resumption.
#NRL #Coronavirus #7NEWS
The @NRL has been rocked by a drugs scandal just two days before the season restart.
Rising @cronullasharks star Bronson Xerri has been stood down immediately after testing positive to anabolic steroids.
The 19-year-old will now await the results of his B sample, as he faces a lengthy ban.
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FINANCE: The sharemarket had its best trading day in eight weeks. The ASX 200 added 164 points, up almost 3%. Coca-Cola Amantil closed 14c lower after reporting its sales plunged as much as 70%. #7NEWS
@brisbanecitycouncil has extended the contracts of operators Neuron and Lime by 12 months. #7NEWS
A teenager and her grandmother have risked their lives to save nine puppies from a house fire. The dog breeders say they are alive thanks to their smoke alarms. #TwoWells #7NEWS
A 26-year-old man is in custody after leading police on a wild chase across Brisbane. After allegedly carjacking a family in Inala, he then targeted a driver at Aspley, before a neighbour came to the rescue. #7NEWS
Harrowing details have emerged following the death of a little girl, allegedly murdered by her father. The 4-year-old, who had Down Syndrome, was found in a shocking condition inside her family's Cannon Hill home. Detectives are investigating whether she was left to starve. #7NEWS
Just a day after full-time classes resumed in public schools, two independent schools in the eastern suburbs have been hit by coronavirus, shutting down and sending students home.
The colleges, less than 1km apart, were informed by @newsouthwaleshealth each had a student who'd tested positive.
The Human Services Minister is refusing to order an immediate overhaul of the screening system that allowed a carer to be accredited nearly three weeks after her client with a disability died. Michelle Lensink says the issue will be examined by a state taskforce, looking into the tragic death of Ann Marie Smith. #saparli #7NEWS
Police are investigating two women who were living in a house where a four-year-old girl with Down syndrome was allegedly murdered by her father.
The malnourished body of Willow Dunn was discovered in horrid conditions in a bed of her family’s home in Cannon Hill, in Brisbane’s east.
Starvation, which may have allegedly occurred over some time, is being investigated as a cause of death. @marlinawhop reports. #7NEWS
In another sign life is well and truly getting back to normal, the panic buying is over and Coles has lifted restrictions on grocery items. It comes as retailers slash prices to get customers through the doors. #Coles #Coronavirus #7NEWS
An urgent review has been launched into South Australia's COVID-19 travel exemptions after an interstate visitor became our first new case in 19 days. #Coronavirus #7NEWS
Scott Morrison has unveiled his plan to reboot the economy after the coronavirus crisis, called 'JobMaker'. He's given unions and businesses four months to come up with a plan to create jobs, putting on the table a possible overhaul of awards, penalty rates, overtime and wages.
#auspol #Coronavirus #7NEWS
Haymarket: A young man is in police custody accused of a heartless attack on a disabled man in the city.
Detectives are now hunting his alleged partner in crime, who was captured on security video fleeing the scene.
Shocking footage out of the Warsaw Zoo in Poland shows a drunken man wrestling a bear after entering a zoo enclosure and falling inside. #7NEWS
Haymarket: Police are hunting for two thieves who robbed a wheelchair-bound man at an ATM on the weekend.
Forty-two-year-old Julian, who suffers from paraplegic cerebral palsy, was completing a transaction at the George Street ATM when he was approached by one of the men, who snatched cash from his hands before both men fled the scene.
Police statement: Police are appealing for public assistance after a wheelchair-bound man was robbed while making a withdrawal from an ATM in Sydney’s CBD at the weekend. About 11.45am on Sunday (24 May 2020), Julian – who suffers from spastic diplegia (paraplegia) cerebral palsy and is confined to a wheelchair – attended an ATM on George Street at Haymarket. Julian noticed two men waiting in the enclosed alcove area where the machine was situated, who indicated they weren’t using the ATM. While completing transactions, Julian was approached by one of the men, who snatched cash from his hands, before both men fled from the location. They were last seen running north along George Street. Witnesses assisted Julian – who was not injured – and police were contacted. A crime scene was established and detectives from Sydney City Police Area Command commenced an investigation.
An Irish national has faced court today after allegedly defrauding two women of about $900,000 in an alleged roofing scam across Sydney.
Police allege the 39-year-old man posed as a tradie and defrauded a 70-year-old woman after carrying out work on her Stanmore home between May 2019 and August 2019, before also defrauding a 56-year-old woman after conducting unfinished work on the roof of her Kensington home between September 2019 and December 2019.
Police statement: An Irish national will appear in court today after allegedly defrauding two women of about $900,000 in an alleged roofing scam across Sydney. Police will allege the 39-year-old man posed as a tradesman, defrauding a 70-year-old woman of $276,300 after carrying out work in Stanmore between May 2019 and August 2019. It will also be alleged that the man defrauded a 56-year-old woman of $623,180 after conducting unfinished work on the roof of her Kensington home between September 2019 and December 2019. Following inquiries, police from Eastern Beaches Police Area Command issued an arrest warrant on Tuesday 19 May 2020 in relation to the Kensington incident. About midnight (Tuesday 26 May 2020), detectives from Eastern Beaches Police Area Command arrested the man after finding him in a car outside a hotel in Wolli Creek. He was taken to Kogarah Police Station, where the warrant was executed for the offences of receive property stolen outside NSW, and dishonestly obtain property by deception; he was also charged with a second count of dishonestly obtained property by deception over the Stanmore incident. The man has been refused bail to appear at Central Local Court today (Tuesday 26 May 2020). Inquiries continue.
Bankstown: Detectives have arrested two people, a 45-year-old man and 41-year-old woman, over their alleged role in the theft and distribution of baby formula.
Police statement: Bankstown detectives have arrested two people as part of an investigation into the coordinated theft and distribution of baby formula in Sydney’s south-west. Earlier this year, detectives from Bankstown Police Area Command received information from retailers relating to the coordinated theft and on-supply of baby formula in the local area. The information was referred to Strike Force Polar to investigate the activities of the suspected syndicate. Following extensive inquiries, strike force detectives arrested a 45-year-old man during a vehicle stop at Gibson Avenue, Padstow, about 11am today (Tuesday 16 May 2020). A short time later, strike force detectives executed search warrants at a business at Bankstown and a home at Chester Hill. So far during the searches, police have located significant quantities of baby formula and various other items, all of which are believed to be stolen. The owner of the Bankstown store – a 41-year-old woman – was also arrested during the operation. Both the man and woman have been taken to Bankstown Police Station, where they are expected to be charged later today. Investigations under Strike Force Polar are continuing and further arrests are expected.
A $21 million funding boost has been announced to help tackle domestic violence, which has seen a spike as people stay home during the coronavirus pandemic. The money will be spent on women's refuges, men's behaviour change programs and 'pop-up' safe houses. #auspol #7NEWS
With the end of the financial year just 35 days away, many Australians will be calculating their returns a little differently.
Finance editor @gemmaactontv explains what you need to know about deduction claims if you've been working from home. 💰
#EOFY #taxes #taxseason #workingfromhome #finance #7NEWS #TDE7
Prime Minister @scottmorrisonmp was asked whether he might take a pay cut to show Australians “we’re all in this together”, as he often declares. This is what he had to say. #auspol #7NEWS
Cafe and restaurant owners in Sydney have welcomed a plan to allow more outdoor dining to encourage social distancing and provide a much-needed economic boost.
Police have smashed a Sydney crime syndicate, busting alleged criminals caught stealing baby formula from supermarkets to resell at a Bankstown store.
Haymarket: Police are hunting two thieves who robbed a disabled man at an ATM on the weekend.
The 42-year-old victim, who suffers from paraplegic cerebral palsy, has spoken out about the cowardly attack.
Jobs for Australians - that's the big pitch from @ScottMorrisonMP today, who revealed his plan for our road out of the coronavirus crisis.
But it all hinges on winning a new deal with unions to overhaul Australia's industrial relations.
#auspol #Coronavirus #7NEWS
It's been downloaded more than 6 million times but there are still flaws within the government's much-touted COVIDSafe app. @natalie_barr7 reports. #7NEWS
A school student from Moriah College in Queens Park has tested positive to coronavirus.
The news comes just hours after nearby Waverley College was shut because of a positive COVID-19 test there.
JUST IN: South Australia's 18 day streak of zero new cases of coronavirus is over. A woman in her 50s who travelled from Victoria, with a history of travel, has tested positive. Total cases have increased to 440. The latest in 7NEWS at 4pm and 6pm on @channel7adelaide. #Coronavirus #7NEWS
Coronavirus - Borders: "It would be highly unlikely considering there are 362 active cases in Sydney...The last thing we want to see is everything we've done in Queensland put at risk because there is active transmission in NSW and Victoria." - Queensland Premier @annastaciamp
Queensland's premier has doubled down on her decision to keep the state's border shut, amid criticism of the tourism-crippling coronavirus restriction.
Two new cases of coronavirus have been reported in NSW bringing the state total to 3,092 as of 8pm last night.
Both new cases were in recently returned travellers in mandatory quarantine.
NSW Health Statement: As at 8pm Monday 25 May 2020, there have been two additional cases of COVID-19 diagnosed since 8pm 24 May, bringing the total number of cases in NSW to 3,092.
Both of the new cases are in returned travellers who are now in quarantine hotels.
There were 4,621 tests carried out in the reporting period, compared with 4,783 in the previous 24 hours. Nearly 457,000 COVID-19 tests have now been carried out in NSW.
As previously advised, NSW Health is modifying how it records testing numbers moving forward to take into account how many times a person has had an individual test, until they become positive.
Once the person has tested positive, subsequent testing to confirm whether they are clear of the virus will not be recorded in the overall count as those subsequent tests will not add to the number of infections in the community.
NSW Health is again urging anyone feeling unwell – even with the mildest of symptoms such as a runny nose or scratchy throat – to come forward and get tested, so cases in the community are identified as quickly as possible.
Confirmed cases (incl. interstate residents in NSW health care facilities) 3,092
Deaths (in NSW from confirmed cases) 50
Cases reported recovered 2,661
Total people tested 426,791
Total tests carried out 456,724
There are currently 85 COVID-19 cases being treated by NSW Health. This includes one person being treated in an intensive care unit. They require a ventilator.
There are now 2,661 people in NSW who have recovered from COVID-19.
The closures of two schools, Waverley College and Moriah College due to confirmed coronavirus cases won’t be the last, the NSW government has warned. "It’s something we’re going to have to live with.” - Education Minister - @sarahmitchellmlc. #NSWSchools #Coronavirus #7NEWS
Maryborough police are hoping to unite dozens of historic ‘First Day Cover’ envelopes uncovered during a search of a Mary Street home with their rightful owner. Police say the letters dating back to the 1970s from Russia and Europe could be priceless to an avid collector. "Quite unusual, we haven't seen anything like this and we've even had to call in some experts to give us some information as to what they are and what they're designed for” - Constable Melanie Ryan. #7NEWS
Training up tradespeople and skilled workers will be the government’s top priority as it leads Australia out of the COVID-19 economic crisis.
Delivering a speech at the National Press Club in Canberra today, Prime Minister Scott Morrison offered a glimpse into how the government planned to take the economy off life support.
He flagged a major change in the way TAFE and VET institutions are funded. More in stories. #7NEWS
7NEWS at 6pm: The giant kookaburra taking to the streets of Brisbane. The bird was built by Farvardin Daliri for Townsville’s cultural festival and will head north once coronavirus restrictions ease. #7NEWS
Stunning colours over Adelaide this morning - were you up early enough to catch them? @ameliamulcahy will have the latest on the weather in 7NEWS at 4pm and 6pm on @channel7adelaide. Send your weather videos or photos to our DMs. #Sunrise #7NEWS
A crime scene has been established on Beach Road at Palm Island in North Queensland after human bones were found during a road reconstruction. #7NEWS
A gorgeous wake up call from Yeppoon captured by 7NEWS viewer Harry Kurpershoek this morning. A sunny day for Central Queensland with a top of 24°C in Rockhampton. #qldweather #7NEWS
Training up tradespeople and skilled workers will be the government’s top priority as it leads Australia out of the COVID-19 economic crisis.
Delivering a speech at the National Press Club in Canberra on Tuesday, Prime Minister @scottmorrisonmp unveiled how the government planned to take the economy off life support.
He flagged major changes in the way TAFE and VET institutions are funded.
“Throwing more money into a bad system does not get you results,” he said.
Morrison also announced an overhaul of industrial relations laws, with employers, industry groups and governments to work together in good faith to “chart a practical reform agenda”.
Read more on this via the link in bio. #auspol #7NEWS
@mcdonaldsau will start selling hand sanitiser at its restaurants from Wednesday to raise money for charity. The bottles will cost $3.50 with profits going to the Ronald McDonald House. “It’s a real opportunity for us to do something that we’ve not done before but I think it’s quite relevant to the way society is now experiencing things” - Toowoomba McDonald’s Owner, Mark Ward. #7NEWS
Public school students in NSW returned to school for face-to-face learning on Monday, after weeks of learning from home.
Some independent and Catholic schools also returned, while others were working towards a June 1 return date. “We are living through a pandemic and there will be occasions from time to time where we do have a positive case that affects a school community...This is going to happen throughout the pandemic. But I think parents should know that we do have good systems in place, we’ve got good processes that can protect their children and it’s something that we’re going to have to live with.” - Education Minister - Sarah Mitchell.
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Roofs have collapsed, fallen trees have destroyed cars, and thousands of properties remain without power in Western Australia.
The state endured a second day of wild weather in what’s been dubbed a once-in-a-decade storm. Rob Scott reports. #7NEWS
Australian research into coronavirus treatment options and a vaccine are showing promise. Here's the latest. #7NEWS
Prime Minister @scottmorrisonmp will unveil a three-to-five-year plan to take Australia’s economy off of life support while warning that unemployment is likely to get worse before it gets better. @olivialeeming #auspol #7NEWS
Waverley College in Sydney's east closed on Tuesday after a case of COVID-19 was confirmed in a Year 7 student, with parents asked to collect their children. @sacre88 #Coronavirus #7NEWS
Professor Nikolai Petrovsky has almost begun human coronavirus vaccine trials, but during his research he found something very unusual about the virus. He joins The Latest to explain his findings that question the origin of COVID-19. #TheLatest #7NEWS
Police are investigating a house fire at Ferny Hills overnight. There was no one inside at the time. It took 16 firefighter and five fire trucks to get the blaze under control in an hour. #7NEWS
A thick layer of fog has descended upon Melbourne, with vsibility is down to 50 metres in some suburbs.
The SES is advising drivers to reduce speed and turn on their headlights, and an official road weather alert has been issued by the Bureau of Meteorology. Image: Getty. #melbourne #7NEWS
It was a foggy start for most of Melbourne this morning. We'll see mostly sunny skies today - just a bit of high cloud. Rising to 18C. #melbweather #fog #autumn #melbourne #7NEWS
Prime Minister @scottmorrisonmp is set to unveil the 'JobMaker' scheme - a three-to-five-year plan to take Australia’s economy off of life support; Billionaire Clive Palmer launches a High Court challenge to Western Australia's border closure after being refused entry into the state; US residents pack beaches and lakes for the Memorial Day long weekend while the country inches closer to 100,000 COVID deaths. #7NEWS
BREAKING: There has been 1 new case of coronavirus recorded in QLD overnight. Annastacia Palaszczuk has confirmed the Cairns woman was a passenger of the Ruby Princess and is being “monitoring closely”. The state’s total is at 1057, with 12 active cases. #7NEWS
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