Founder of Jim’s Mowing is blasted for telling his workers to ignore Melbourne’s lockdown laws 

Founder of Jim’s Mowing is blasted for telling his workers to ignore Melbourne’s lockdown laws 

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Daniel Andrews hits back: Premier blasts millionaire founder of Jim’s Mowing for telling his workers to ignore Melbourne’s lockdown laws Melbourne was placed under a stage-four lockdown to slow spread of COVID-19  Harsher restrictions include an 8pm curfew and a ban on unnecessary travel A number of businesses have been banned from operating during lockdown
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Married At First Sight’s Hayley Vernon wears a mask incorrectly as she takes her dog for a walk

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MAFS’ Hayley Vernon wears a mask incorrectly as she takes her dog for a walk in Melbourne – after criticising Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews over the new mandatory rules and saying she would refuse to wear one By Mary Mrad For Daily Mail Australia Published: 02:55 EDT, 5 August 2020 | Updated: 03:14 EDT, 5
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155 Victorians to be slapped with $1,652 fines after breaking strict Stage 4 lockdown orders

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A woman has been fined $1,652 after travelling more than 5km from her Melbourne home to buy makeup. The woman  was one of 155 people fined for breaching lockdown restrictions in Victoria in the past 24 hours.  Three people were fined on Tuesday after drinking together in Docklands between 5.30pm and 8.50pm. They were breaking
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Rebecca Judd shares the very unglamorous reality of coronavirus lockdown

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Rebecca Judd shares the very unglamorous reality of coronavirus lockdown as she poses makeup-free while cuddling up to her cheeky son By Monique Friedlander For Daily Mail Australia Published: 01:35 EDT, 5 August 2020 | Updated: 01:36 EDT, 5 August 2020 She may be one of Australia’s mot glamorous WAGS, but Rebecca Judd certainly knows
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Hobart photographer Arwen Genge’s ‘Basque BURNT cheesecake’ wows bakers

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Home cook’s five-ingredient ‘Basque burnt cheesecake’ wows bakers – as the $3.30 ‘secret’ to a perfectly creamy filling is revealed Bakers are raving about photographer Arwen Genge’s Basque cheesecake She used a recipe developed by Melbourne restaurant critic, Dani Valent  Basque cheesecake is made from five simple ingredients and baked in the oven  The secret
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Melbourne work permit website CRASHES as millions of employees try to apply for an exemption

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Melbourne work permit website CRASHES as millions of employees try to log to apply for an exemption outside of the 8pm Victoria curfew Website for Melbourne residents to get a lockdown exemption permit crashed  Victorian premier Daniel Andrews announced the permit scheme on Tuesday However by Wednesday morning the site had crashed due to heavy
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Cystic fibrosis sufferer Alex Parker, 31, shares tips for coping with stage four lockdown

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In a year characterised by lockdowns and quarantine, Melbourne photographer Alex Parker still knows the demands of isolation better than most. The cystic fibrosis sufferer has been housebound with partner Mike and three-year-old daughter Ruby in Beaconsfield since March 9, when they locked themselves in to shield Alex from COVID-19 – a disease she is
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Owner of Jim’s Mowing says he will keep mowing lawns in Melbourne despite lockdown

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The founder of Jim’s Mowing has vowed to keep his business operating in Melbourne despite the shut-down orders from Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews.  Lawn mowing businesses are among the list of businesses banned from operating during the strict six-week lockdown. ‘There’ll be no cleaners going to your house … there’ll be no-one mowing your lawns,’
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Melbourne workers could miss out on JobKeeper payments

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The Morrison government is facing pressure to extend its pandemic leave payments for Victorians to those struggling in other states. Victorian workers without sick leave will be able to access the $1500 fortnightly federal government payments while they self-isolate. Prime Minister Scott Morrison says it’s a disaster payment and could apply to other jurisdictions if
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Victoria health minister Jenny Mikakos faces calls to resign after refusing questions in parliament

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Victoria’s ‘smug’ health minister defies medical advice to attend parliament but refuses to answer ANY questions about her handling of state’s virus disaster or hotel quarantine fiasco Victoria’s Health Minister Jenny Mikakos has faced calls to resign over COVID-19 The MP was called a disgrace after refusing to answer questions in parliament  Ms Mikakos was
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