A Woolworths worker has tested positive at the same store in Melbournes north where a nurse also contracted the virus last week.The staff member from the Highlands shopping centre supermarket in Craigieburn last worked on Wednesday from 8am-1pm with the store deep cleaned overnight on July 31 after the retail giant was notified of the positive case.
It comes as a team member at the nearby Big W store at Craigieburn Central also contracted COVID-19.
Management said the employee worked on July 2…
Aldi flogs $90 cult item at a huge discount – Yahoo Finance Australia
The item will be available for one day only.
Aldi will be selling its NutriBullet lookalike blender, which can retail for $89.99, for just $59.99 on Wednesday.
The German supermarket giant is known for its quality dupes of high-end items, such as its $19.99 Lacura Illumination skincare product that some prefer over its $745 La Prairie Skin Caviar Luxe Cream counterpart.
As part of its 19 Wednesday Special Buys range, Aldi is selling the Super Blend 1000, which comes with an 800ml and 500ml drinking cups, two drink bottle lids and a stora…
Coronavirus has made financial abuse more common, experts say. Here’s what to do about it – ABC News
For the five years Rosie* and her ex were together, she had no say over their money. As the pandemic drags on, more and more people are reporting family violence — including financial abuse.
For the five years Rosie* and her ex were together, she had no control over the family finances.
“I had to account for any money I ever spent and would regularly get berated and interrogated,” she said.
It started when she first moved in and he took control of her income.
“Within days of moving in with him, he insisted I shut down my bank accounts and have a shared account with him,” she said.
And it got worse when she became pregnant with their first child.
“He would check our bank account…
‘Two weeks of hell’: Quarantine guest slams ‘inedible’ hotel food – Yahoo News Australia
While Kate Yaxley was prepared for the two-week stay in quarantine, she wasn’t ready for the quality of food which she claims is “inedible”.
When Victoria found itself in the middle of a coronavirus crisis, 23-year-old Kate Yaxley – who has lived in Melbourne for three years – thought it was time to return home to Brisbane.
She knew that spending 14 days in hotel quarantine would be part of the deal and understood she would have to foot the bill.
What she didnt realise was the quality of food she would be served would be what she describes as inedible.
Surely you should be able to get edible food, three meals a day, Ms Yaxley told…
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