Victoria has recorded its lowest number of new coronavirus cases since June.
The state confirmed 21 new infections and seven deaths on Saturday significantly lower than those seen on Friday, which saw numbers jump to 45 and five deaths recorded.
The news come as Melbourne tackles a suburban cluster and braces for anti-lockdown protests.
Saturday’s figures take the state’s coronavirus death toll to 757 and the national count to 844.
Metropolitan Melbourne has a 14-day new case average of 39.3…
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Allowing Woolworths to buy family company ‘a kick in the guts’, ACCC told – NEWS.com.au
Allowing Woolworths to buy family company ‘a kick in the guts’, ACCC told
The competition watchdog is being urged to block Woolworths planned purchase of a controlling stake in Australias biggest family-owned food service distributor, saying the $552 million deal is opportunistic.The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission last month launched a review into the supermarket giant’s proposed acquisition of 65 per cent of PFD Food Services, inviting submissions from interested parties.
On Monday, Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise ombudsman Kate Carnell…
Creepy reason 2,000 iPads, TVs selling for $10: How to get one – Yahoo Finance Australia
The sale begins online today at 6:30pm AEDT, with Covid-safe pickup locations in Victoria and New South Wales.
Creepy reason 2,000 iPads, TVs selling for $10: How to get one. Source: Getty
Thousands of brand new white goods are being flogged today from just $10, but theres a six-legged catch.
The items, which include iPads, TVs, fridges and freezers, can no longer be sold in stores, after the container that shipped them from Thailand was found to be infested with beetles, 7News reported.
The discovery was made by a Canberra woman, who purchased a fridge and found it was filled with the insects when she opened…
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