Australia's concerning spike in cases
9 days ago - By Travel News
Data shows that Australia's hotel quarantine system is under serious pressure with an “enhanced” risk of a leak as positive cases spike.
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A 56-Year-Old Diver Held His Breath Underwater for Almost 25 Minutes
Budimir Šobat's otherworldly feat is now an official Guinness World Record.
This Female Bodybuilder Helped Her Boyfriend Train for His First Physique...
Because the couple that trains together, gains together.
Find a dignified place to age when living with Dementia
SPONSORED: New Dementia care home in Devonport practices the Eden Alternative Philosophy.
I tried the HPV self-test for cervical cancer - this is what it's like
OPINION: If you've origami-ed a mooncup, inserted a tampon - or basically anything else - into your vagina, the spaghetti-thin swab is barely a tickle.
ANZ first to impose tighter lending criteria on investors
ANZ has tightened its servicing criteria for investor mortgages, but the other big banks are yet to do the same.
Is your school burning fossil fuels? Even the Government may not know
Up to 378,000 students could attend a school burning coal, diesel or gas to warm classrooms. But government agencies don't know how many dirty boilers are out there.
Strong demand for Nelson artist's landscape and still life paintings
Loosely abstract paintings that celebrate Nelson landscapes are becoming increasingly sought after.