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More Kimberley restriction as virus spikes
A small, largely indigenous town on the edge of the Great Sandy Desert in Western Australia's north is devastated to learn a government worker has contracted coronavirus and is bracing for the deadly disease to tear through the community.

Premier says Ruby Princess staff may have misled NSW Health
Premier Gladys Berejiklian has pointed the finger at the troubled Ruby Princess cruise ship, warning staff onboard may have misled NSW Health about the extent of illnesses in passengers. In her strongest comments yet on the Ruby Princess debacle, Ms...

JobKeeper payment to keep spotlights shining in arts sector
Support available to the cultural and creative sector under the JobKeeper payment could be worth billions, the Minister for Communications, Cyber Safety and the Arts, the Hon Paul Fletcher MP, said today. 'We know COVID-19 is having unprecedented...

To fish or not to fish? Just make sure you follow the strict new rules
To fish, or not to fish. That is the question many Canberra anglers are asking at the moment. And the answer? Well, it depends on who you talk to. At the time of writing, there hasn't been a directive from the ACT Government on activities like recreational fishing...

Quandamooka Festival

The Quandamooka Festival has commenced with celebrations across the Bayside Districts of Wynnum, Redlands and Stradbroke Island.

On Saturday, July 22 the Winnam NAIDOC Kunjiel Corroboree is here at the Wynnum Wading Pool area.
This year the celebrations are bigger and better with additional market stalls on the foreshore, family and kids activities and a short film festival. Starting at 10am until 8pm there is something for everyone. The event is free and a drug and alcohol free area. For more information go to www.quandamookafestival.com.au or call 3396 3431 if you would like to have a stall at the markets, spaces are still available.

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