Thursday, August 6, 2020

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Pets the real winners in coronavirus lockdown

By Melita Virginie Pets in the City of Casey are being lavished with attention as owners turn to their furry friends for comfort during the...

Getting a job in law just got much, much harder

By Kim Koelmeyer The Australian legal market is notoriously saturated with graduates, which makes finding employment as a lawyer extremely competitive in an average year....

Fraudsters spent $4000 on my credit card 

By Stephanie Bastiaan Elicia Dow was relaxing on the couch watching television and scrolling through her phone apps when she felt inspired to check her...

Live online masses attract huge numbers to church

By Teresa Yovela A Melbourne church plans to continue live-streaming daily services after the coronavirus restrictions are lifted, following the unexpected success of its temporary...

Times are changing, but one thing’s not

By Jack O'Neill It is what dreams are made of. Putting a tracksuit on, spending the day with your furry friend and even having a quiet...

Darwin’s community markets back in business … sort of

By Grace Mackenzie The Northern Territory’s community markets are set to reopen in the wake of the easing social distancing restrictions. This is considered a win...

‘The worst hour of our lives’: A conversation with a CFA...

By Jacqueline Cooper  It is a cold and windy autumn afternoon as heavy rain pounds against the steel walls and roof of the Wairewa CFA...

Facing a global crisis in a foreign land

The COVID-19 outbreak has left many of Melbourne's international students worried about their personal well-being and academic progress. Tanisha Serrao, an Indian student from Monash...

New rules help renters keep their pets

By Shannon Cole For two and a half years Scott Baird has struggled to find a rental property in Langwarrin because he has always had...

‘You’ll be sorry!’: A hotelkeeper, strychnine and a case of revenge

By Michelle Gill A 1920s rabbit plague in the New South Wales Hunter Valley led local chemist Burton Howard-Smith to advertise in The Muswellbrook Chronicle. He...