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Baboon Male Escapes Vasectomy Operation, Takes Two Females With Him [Video]

Baboon Male Escapes Vasectomy Operation, Takes Two Females With Him

One baboon in Australia wasn’t quite ready to get the old snip-snip. Veuer’s Tony Spitz has the details.

Credit: Veuer     Duration: 00:55Published
Jessica Simpson carried cup 'filled to the rim' with alcohol at height of addiction [Video]

Jessica Simpson carried cup 'filled to the rim' with alcohol at height of addiction

Jessica Simpson carried a cup "filled to the rim" with alcohol during her lengthy battle with binge drinking.

Credit: Cover Video STUDIO     Duration: 00:50Published
Hope Ranch Movie [Video]

Hope Ranch Movie

Hope Ranch Movie Trailer HD - Plot synopsis: After losing her father, a young girl and her mom, with a little help from their majestic white horse and friends and neighbors, come up with a plan to..

Credit: Teaser-Trailer.com     Duration: 01:47Published
“Baby Rave” is the Hottest New Activity For Parents and Their Kids [Video]

“Baby Rave” is the Hottest New Activity For Parents and Their Kids

At “Baby Rave” parents can re-imagine their days of partying… with their kids. Buzz60’s Tony Spitz has the details.

Credit: Buzz60     Duration: 01:13Published
Residents concerned over dangerous dip in the road [Video]

Residents concerned over dangerous dip in the road

Residents concerned over dangerous dip in the road

Credit: WAPT     Duration: 02:05Published
10-Year-Old Girl Commits Suicide, Police Investigate Rumors of Bullying [Video]

10-Year-Old Girl Commits Suicide, Police Investigate Rumors of Bullying

Police are investigating the death of a 10-year-old girl in Santa Ana who died by suicide. Santa Ana detectives were at Hazard Elementary School on Monday investigating reports that the fifth grader..

Credit: KTLA     Duration: 02:02Published

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'Don't relax': Sydney on high alert as zoos, aquariums and salons ready to open

Health Minister Brad Hazzard warned against complacency as the state government opens up more industries.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'Not invincible': Health Minister Brad Hazzard wants young people to be tested

Three new cases of coronavirus were recorded in NSW but all were recent arrivals in hotel quarantine.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Don’t kiss your mum on Mother's Day, NSW Health Minister says

Brad Hazzard said he understands it’s tough, but the community has to keep abiding by the social distancing restrictions.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

NSW 'still doing extraordinarily well', tips over 3000 confirmed cases

A doctor is among the eight new confirmed cases, however Health Minister Brad Hazzard said the woman had not had face-to-face contact with patients.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

NSW aged care resident with COVID-19 dies

Two more people have died, taking NSW's coronavirus death toll to 28, Health Minister Brad Hazzard has announced.
SBS - Published

NSW coronavirus death toll rises by two

Two more people have died, taking NSW's coronavirus death toll to 28, health minister Brad Hazzard has announced.
SBS - Published

'Please don't go to work if you are unwell': Health Minister's plea to aged care workers

NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard has urged healthcare workers in aged care homes to not go to work if they feel unwell amid two more COVID-19 deaths.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Health Minister 'cautious' as NSW records seven new coronavirus cases

NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard has urged people not to get false hope after revealing the lowest number of new COVID-19 cases since March 11.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

People in NSW to be fined $5,000 for 'spitting and coughing' on health workers during coronavirus pandemic

NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard described people intentionally spitting or coughing on frontline health workers as "incredibly ridiculous", as he called for unity in the face of COVID-19.
SBS - Published

NSW Health, Minister Hazzard defend handling of Ruby Princess cruise ship saga

NSW Health says it knew influenza was circulating on the Ruby Princess cruise ship before passengers were allowed to disembark in Sydney.
SBS - Published

NSW changes restrictions, warns apathetic young people of 'severe consequences'

Brad Hazzard has defended the health authorities' handling of the Ruby Princess cruise ship, which allowed 2700 passengers - some infected - to disembark.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald

There are now 1,791 confirmed COVID-19 cases in NSW

NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard has urged people to follow health guidelines and self-isolate as the number of confirmed cases in the state hits 1,791.
SBS - Published

Accountability needed over failure to stop the boat

By letting passengers on the Ruby Princess disembark in Sydney, Brad Hazzard was responsible for the largest single outbreak of the virus in Australia.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published

'A bit of a worry': Still unclear if NSW doctor infected others with coronavirus

NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard says it's still not clear if a health worker who contracted COVID-19 had infected others.
SBS - Published

NSW doctors map coronavirus genome sequence in research 'breakthrough'

NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard says a "breakthrough" in coronavirus research by the state's doctors will help the WHO come to "grips with this virus".
SBS - Published

'Not a lot of logic': NSW minister slams federal aged-care move

A Morrison government decision to privatise aged-care assessments has "not a lot of logic", NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard says.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

NSW Health Minister denies jobs will be cut to meet funding shortfall

Health Minister Brad Hazzard say new technology will change the health workforce over the next decade, but claims of looming job cuts are "rubbish".
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald


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