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Past articles by Andrew:

Lifeline for stranded Aussies; Victoria relaxes Qld border rules

Victoria will loosen its border restrictions on people travelling from Greater Brisbane from 6pm on Saturday. → Read More

Zero new cases from 32k tests

Victoria has recorded zero new coronavirus cases on Thursday, after a potential new cluster was identified on Wednesday. → Read More

Hundreds stranded in border chaos; Ikea, Kmart added to watchlist

Victorians trying to get home from NSW have been hung up on after being told the government’s helpline was too busy. → Read More

Visibility dramatically reduced as thick fog intensifies

Motorists are being urged to slow down and turn on their headlights as a thick fog blankets Melbourne. Visibility has been reduced to 50 metres in some areas, with the fog expected to get worse before it gets better. → Read More

Coronavirus Melbourne: Rule-breakers nabbed as Victoria records 10 COVID-19 cases

Dozens of rule-breaking Victorians have been hit with hefty fines for flouting the state’s strict lockdown restrictions. → Read More

Aussies asked to light up street for Anzac Day

The coronavirus pandemic has dramatically changed the way Australians will honour Anzac Day, but veteran David Doughty says this year, more than ever is important to make the effort to remember our war heroes. → Read More

Melbourne weather: Cold and gloomy temperatures for Easter

Enjoy the mild conditions today and tomorrow Victoria – because they aren’t going to last. → Read More

Australian Grand Prix cancelled: F1 GP called off due to coronavirus fears

Formula 1 legend David Coulthard says Australian Grand Prix organisers were “damned if they did, and damned if they didn’t” over their handling of cancelling the race. → Read More

Holy Trinity Church, Cudgewa: Father Mitchell Porter thanks firefighters

Father Mitchell Porter thanks firefighters for saving Cudgewa’s church → Read More

Heatwave to make Melbourne feel like tropical NT

Victorians are being warned to brace for hot, dangerous and erratic weather over the next 48 hours, with a total fire ban in the state’s central and western districts. → Read More

Victorian fires: Holy Trinity Church in Cudgewa saved from savage bushfire

Cudgewa’s Holy Trinity Church came within a metre of disaster — and Father Mitch Porter believes a miracle is all that stopped it being destroyed. → Read More

Victorian fires: Rick Hodge and Greg Brick save several Buchan homes

Susie Edwards was on holiday in Perth when the phone calls started. → Read More

Garlic Festival shooting: Police investigate Gilroy, California reports

Authorities in the US are responding to reports of a shooting at a garlic festival in California. → Read More

Frank Xavier Navarro guilty of infecting partner with HIV

A Sydney man who knowingly infected his partner with HIV has been jailed for five years after his girlfriend received a Valentine’s Day bombshell she had caught the incurable infection. → Read More

Mt Everest: Map reveals tragic death toll of world’s largest mountain

It is the most sought-after crown in mountaineering - to reach the summit of Mt Everest. → Read More

Nigel Farage ilkshake attack: Latest Brexit news, Theresa May coup, EU election

A senior member of Prime Minister Theresa May’s Cabinet has quit over Brexit, in a new blow to the embattled British leader. → Read More

Cocaine: ‘Calli’ is a new high purity form of the Class A drug in the United Kingdom

Gangs have devised a new way to make money in London’s lucrative drug trade by launching a new upmarket form of cocaine designed to hook wealthy users. → Read More

London Bridge terrorists stabbed Aussie victim on ground after she ‘tripped and fell’ as people ran

An Australian victim of the London Bridge terror attack may have lost her balance and fallen to the ground as panicking people ran for their lives from terrorists on a stabbing spree. → Read More

Julian Assange extradition hearing: WikiLeaks founder faces court

Julian Assange has begun his fight to stop US attempts to have him extradited on a hacking charge relating to sensitive military documents he published on WikiLeaks. → Read More

‘Shame on you!’: Assange sentenced

Julian Assange has been jailed for 50 weeks for breaching his bail by gaining asylum in the Ecuadorean embassy for seven years as he sought to evade sex charges in Sweden. → Read More