World news – Goodna Mann caught disobeying lockdown orders twice


A 28 year old Goodna man becomes the first person in all of Ipswich to break recent public health regulations.

It is believed that police located the man on Saturday afternoon in Leslie Park on Mills Street without a face mask.

Police reportedly provided him with a mask before being ordered to return home under the three-day Greater Brisbane lockdown.

A Queensland Police Department spokesman said the man has no exception to be public.


A suspected scooter thief stole a three-wheeled scooter in a bizarre, failed sale on Facebook marketplace before taking a ride around Adelaide.


Emergency services were called late on Sunday afternoon


There are many beautiful watering holes on the northern rivers, and while they look great for swimming, some should be admired from afar for good reason.


The three-day lockdown ends tonight, but restrictions still apply. Here’s what you need to know:


A 22-year-old has been charged and will be on trial following the incident, which allegedly involved two other men


Two people were hospitalized after a car crashed into « several » bicycles on the Gold Coast.


There are concerns about the 59 year old’s well being


The lockdown could continue even though no cases were recorded


The class action drags on as the survivor fears death of cash


The infectious disease expert says the Brisbane lockdown won’t solve the problem

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