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    Women fined $176k for virus mistake

    Women fined $176k for virus mistake

    South Korea sue mum, daughter for travelling with symptoms

    Russian ship ordeal over for Aussie couple

    premium_icon Russian ship ordeal over for Aussie couple

    The couple were stranded in waters off Uruguay for two weeks

    Bundaberg couple speak of life in quarantine in Italy

    premium_icon Bundaberg couple speak of life in quarantine in Italy

    Hearts are broken, as the beautiful country is in mourning and fear

    Covid-19: Easter weekend could ‘undo everything’

    Covid-19: Easter weekend could ‘undo everything’

    Response to the virus has allowed us to avoid the “horror scenario”.

    Guides

      PART 1: Learn the basics of surfing with Robbie and Carlene Sherwell, of XL Surfing Academy in this series aimed at getting you in the water.

      Surfing: Where to start when you don't know how

      Learn to surf online with Robbie and Carlene Sherwell

      AS THE Coast swelters through a second summer heatwave all most people want to do is cool off. Here are some fantastic options.

      VIDEO: Coast's best, secret freshwater swimming holes

      All most people want to do during the heatwave is cool off

      Snake catcher Richie Gilbert has seen it all in more than 13 years on the job.

      premium_icon 10 common snakes and how to identify them

      Snake catcher Richie Gilbert has seen it all

      CONSIDERING the vast amount of stunning bushland that covers much of Australia, it is no wonder bushwalking has cemented itself as a popular pastime.

      Five of the best to places to bushwalk

      Popular pass time offers something for everyone

      Tourism

        It’s one of many acts of kindness shining through the city’s darkest moments as Australia grapples with the coronavirus.

        premium_icon Lifeline for stranded backpackers

        It's an act of kindness shining through our darkest moment

        On average, this holiday hotspot hosts around 1.2 million Aussies each year. Now, there’s fears Bali could be about to hit a “catastrophic” end.

        Graph shows Bali on the brink of collapse

        Coronavirus Bali: Australian tourist hotspot on brink of collapse

        ONE man has received a huge response from people wanting to help him in this tricky situation.

        premium_icon Trapped in paradise: travellers stuck in Byron Bay

        One man receives huge response from people wanting to help

        On average, this holiday hotspot hosts around 1.2 million Aussies each year. Now, there’s fears Bali could be about to hit a “catastrophic” end.

        Graph shows Bali on the brink of collapse

        Australian tourist hotspot on brink of collapse