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Dan Andrews AGAIN demands a 'ring of steel' around Sydney and vows to lock all of NSW out of his state until it follows his 'respectful suggestions' for a suffocating ultra-hard lockdown

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has again demanded a 'ring of steel' around Sydney, while vowing to ban NSW residents from his state. Mr Andrews on Tuesday announced Victoria would be ending its lockdown at 11:59pm wit just 10 Covid cases, as Sydney's jumped by 172. The premier strengthened the hard border with NSW and declared it would stay that way until Sydney's outbreak was over, or it was locked down to his satisfaction. He boasted he didn't think there was a 'jurisdiction in the world' that fought off two outbreaks of the Delta strain and offered NSW some frank advice. 'My views on border arrangements are well-known, I made the case and made the comments at national cabinet on Friday,' he said. Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has again demanded a 'ring of steel' around Sydney, while vowing to do everything he can to keep NSW out of his state 'I can't control what happens there, all I can do is wish NSW well.' The premier

Man in hotel quarantine is charged with bringing vile child abuse photos and videos into Australia after police raid

A Sydney man in hotel quarantine has been charged with possessing vile child abuse material that was said to be smuggled from the US. The man was stopped at Sydney Airport and was searched, with his laptop confiscated before beginning mandatory quarantine for 14 days. A forensic examination of the laptop allegedly uncovered child abuse material, and Australian Border Force and NSW police officers executed a search warrant on the man's hotel room, seizing other electronics.  The man was arrested and is in custody after being charged. A man returning to Sydney from the USA has been charged and is in custody after a search of his laptop and hotel room allegedly uncovered child abuse material In total 15 alleged child sex offenders have been deported and had their visas cancelled by border patrol who have uncovered over 240 pieces of abuse material. The Australian Border Force has also found 13 further incidents of child abuse material, seizing the imports of child-like sex dolls. Thes

Nurse shares a powerful message to 'Covid deniers' about the reality of working with patients dying from the disease - painting a grim picture for those who STILL don't get it

A nurse has penned a powerful message to the 'brave Covid deniers' who attended anti-lockdown protests to shed light on the devastating impacts of the virus. 'Freedom' rallies were staged across Australia on Saturday, with thousands of demonstrators storming the streets of Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Adelaide calling for an end to lockdowns.  Footage posted online showed violent clashes erupting between police and attendees, with some Sydneysiders pelting bottles at officers and attacking police horses.  Unmasked protesters packed close together chanted anti-vax slogans and held signs demanding 'freedom' and spouting conspiracy theories, with authorities now fearing the marches may have been 'superspreader' events.   Now, Melbourne nurse Merowyn Olaver has issued a stark warning over social media about the reality of coronavirus wards, urging Australians to take health measures seriously.  Merowyn Olaver has urged Australians to heed Covid restrict

U.S. swimmer Lydia Jacoby, 17, wins surprise gold medal in 100-meter breaststroke at the Tokyo Olympics as her VERY excited family and friends cheer her on from her hometown in Alaska

Teen sensation Lydia Jacoby became the first American woman to strike gold in the Tokyo Olympic pool after winning the final of the women's 100-meter breaststroke at the 2020 Summer Olympics Teen sensation Lydia Jacoby became the first American woman to strike gold in the Tokyo Olympic pool on Tuesday. The 17-year-old from Alaska saw off the challenge of reigning champion and fellow American Lilly King who settled for bronze. Jacoby, from Seward, was crowned the winner of the 100-meter breaststroke and beat Tatjana Schoenmaker of South Africa, who took silver, and Team USA's Lilly King, who took bronze. Jacoby was just over a quarter of a second faster than her South African rival and touched home in 1.04.95. 'I was definitely racing for a medal, it was crazy,' Jacoby said. 'I knew I had it in me, but I wasn’t really expecting a gold medal. When I looked up at the scoreboard it was insane.’ Jacoby is the first US swimmer from Alaska to win an Olympic medal and only

I live with fact I could have saved Bernadette: Estranged wife who escaped beast Scott Walker's clutches reveals her horror as he is convicted of murdering stepdaughter who accused him of sexual assault - and her mother is found guilty of covering death up

Bernadette Louise Padley was just a toddler when Scott Walker entered her life. It was 2006 and Walker and his second wife were living next door to three-year-old Bernadette and her family in Milnthorpe Lane in Wakefield. He started an affair with her mother, Sarah, then a pregnant single mother of five. A decade and a half – and four more children – later, their volatile, toxic relationship would implode. In July last year, the man Bernadette had called 'Dad' for as long as she could remember, killed the 17-year-old to silence her claims of sexual abuse at his hands. This week, as 51-year-old Walker was found guilty of murder and perverting the course of justice, his estranged wife Jill, to whom he is still legally married, spoke exclusively to the Mail about the terrifying, evil man who tore apart her own life before moving on to Bernadette's mother. She claims that 'highly-sexed' Walker regularly forced her to have sex, verbally abused her and threatened to kill

Aussie sensation Kaylee McKeown, 20, drops the F-bomb after winning GOLD in the 100m backstroke at the Tokyo Games – and dedicates her Olympic record swim to her father who died from brain cancer

Australian prodigy Kaylee McKeown has dropped the F-bomb in a live poolside interview while dedicating her gold-medal-winning swim in the 100m backstroke to her recently deceased father.  The 20-year-old, who set a world record in June at the Australian Swimming Trials, added Olympic champion to that title, continuing the golden start to the Games by the Aussie women. Canada's Kylie Masse held a strong lead heading into the 50m turn and was 0.19 seconds ahead of McKeown's world record time but could not sustain that pace and the young Aussie stormed home to take gold.  'F*ck yeah!' McKeown said to Channel 7's poolside reporter after the race, throwing up a shaka in true Aussie fashion.   Her father Sholto passed away after a battle with brain cancer in August last year, with McKeown getting a tattoo as tribute saying 'I'll always be with you' on her foot.  'I hope you're proud, and I'll keep doing you proud,' she said after the win.   Aus

'Youse are liars, cheats, mutt DOGS': Disgraceful moment anti-lockdown protesters mob veteran journalist before 'stealing his phone' – as he lashes out at 'cowardly cretins' who hurled abuse at him

A Channel Seven reporter confronted by protesters during anti-lockdown protests in Sydney has hit back at the 'cretin' who attacked him.  In a video live streamed on social media, veteran television reporter Robert Ovadia was approached by a man as he covered the protests at Victoria Park at Chippendale in Sydney's inner-west on Saturday. The man begins by asking Ovadia whether he's a member of the media and who he works for, as the reporter focuses on his phone.   'Are you one of us, brother? You're not with the media are you?' Mr Ovadia initially attempted to ignore the attention of the protestors by looking at his phone A man picks up what is believed to be Mr Ovadia's phone as the reporter has an altercation with a man in the background Mr Ovadia then confirmed he's a journalist covering the protest for Channel Seven.  'Channels Seven's here, boys!' the man shouts, as more protesters approach Mr Ovadia.  'Youse are f***ing liars

Rep Matt Gaetz's future sister-in-law calls him 'weird and creepy', claims he tried to pressure her to date an older man when she was 19 and says she 'unfortunately was not surprised' when it emerged he was being investigated for sex crimes

The sister of Matt Gaetz's fiancée has described as 'weird and creepy' and said she was 'unfortunately not surprised' at his being investigated for sex crimes. Roxanne Luckey, 20, posted a string of TikTok videos criticizing the Florida congressman over Sunday and Monday. Her sister Ginger, a 26-year-old food analyst, got engaged to Gaetz this New Year's Eve at Mar-a-Lago, after eight months of dating. Roxanne said that she spent the summer of 2020 in Washington DC working as a White House intern, and was uncomfortable with Gaetz, 39, from the start. 'As someone who has personally experienced a ton of creepy old politician men hitting on me when I was underage, and experiencing sexual assault at that age by people of power, it's very disheartening,' she said. 'And I have zero tolerance of people like him.' Matt Gaetz, 39, is engaged to Ginger Luckey, 26. Ginger's sister Roxanne on Sunday and Monday posted a series of TikToks attacking the