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        As the day unfolded: Ninth Australian coronavirus death as Prince Charles tests positive

        As the day unfolded: Ninth Australian coronavirus death as Prince Charles tests positive

        In a bombshell statement, Clarence House said the Prince of Wales and heir to the throne had been displaying mild symptoms "but otherwise remains in good health".

        • by Fran Rimrod

        'Darkest day': Dockers in survival mode as 75 per cent of staff culled

        Fremantle CEO Simon Garlick called Tuesday the 'darkest day in the club's history'.

        Fremantle Football Club cut more than 75 per cent of its staff after the suspension of the 2020 AFL season in what its chief executive called "the darkest day in our club's history."

        • by David Prestipino

        'Leave and go home': WA Premier hints at Tampa response to cruise ship chaos

        MSC Magnifica docked in Fremantle Tuesday to refuel and reprovision.

        Mark McGowan wants two cruise ships sailing off the WA coast out of the state's waters, and has left open the possibility of asking the Commonwealth for help.

        • by Nathan Hondros and Emma Young

        'Just terrified to go to work': The reality for West Australians most at risk

        Some members of our society face a higher risk of severe illness if they contract COVID-19.

        Imagine being immunocompromised, feverish, and yet also having a physical disability that left you unable to explain this to the person on the hotline.

        • by Emma Young

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        UWA Masters of Public Health student Cassie MacArthur.

        From Perth's trendiest bars to Centrelink queue: WA students in hospo job debacle

        The Morrison government made a last-minute?decision to include students in their stimulus package that passed parliament on Monday night.

        • by Hamish Hastie
        Monsterella in Wembley is offering reverted to home deliveries and take-away only.

        'Knock and run': How Perth restaurants are operating in the new world order

        Restaurants and cafes across Perth are turning to take-away and home deliveries as a majority of the state's hospitality venues battle to stay afloat.

        • by David Prestipino
        Elite schools across Perth are switching to online learning amid COVID-19 fears.
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        Education

        'This is uncharted territory for all of us': Elite schools move to online learning

        As the number of reported COVID-19 in WA continues to rise, some of Perth's most prestigious schools have vacated the classrooms and gone online.?

        • by Heather McNeill and Marta Pascual Juanola
        In this 2017 photo provided by his family, Yang Hengjun, left, poses with his family member in Beijing.

        Chinese government prepares to charge Australian academic

        The Chinese government has urged Australia not to interfere as it takes the next step in the case of Dr Yang Hengjun.

        • by Eryk Bagshaw and Anthony Galloway
        A funeral is an important part of the grieving process; but from Thursday, that process will have to change.

        WA families 'gutted' as new 10-mourner rule forces last-minute funeral changes

        The limit includes a funeral director and celebrant if used, so in reality only eight mourners; and some families must change their whole plan in just one day.

        • by Emma Young
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        Claremont serial killer trial

        Gif of accused Claremont Serial Killer Bradley Edwards and posters of the missing girls Sarah Spiers, Jane Rimmer and Ciara Glennon.

        Defence grills scientist on his knowledge of fibres

        • by Heather McNeill
        The Claremont serial killer trial resumed on Monday following a two-week break.

        Detectives sifted through Jane's hair for clues in 2009

        The judge-alone trial is one of the few proceedings still going ahead in the state's central law courts after jury trials were suspended amid the coronavirus outbreak.

        • by Heather McNeill
        'Almost negate': Expert smashes Bradley Edwards' crucial defence tactic
        Analysis

        'Almost negate': Expert smashes Bradley Edwards' crucial defence tactic

        After 24 days of DNA evidence being heard, it took the state’s DNA expert just two hours to pour cold water on the defence's contamination theory.

        • by Heather McNeill

        Western Australia

        Inmates in WA prisons will stay behind bars despite coronavirus fears.

        WA prisoners to remain behind bars despite coronavirus fears

        More than 7000 West Australian inmates will remain behind bars, despite ongoing warnings from experts prisons could become coronavirus "epicentres".

        • by Marta Pascual Juanola

        'We are not babysitters for the economy': WA teacher speaks out

        WA teachers are sick of being treated as the 'babysitters of the economy'.

        A teacher has penned an open letter to WA Premier Mark McGowan who insists schools should be open despite the risk teachers are exposing themselves to every day.

        • by Anonymous

        WA border inundated with travellers hoping to beat state lockdown

        Nicki Penman and Jordan Hart faced an hour long wait at the WA SA border on Tuesday morning

        The South Australia to WA border has been inundated with travellers attempting to get back to the west before the border is shut at 1.30pm.

        • by Hamish Hastie

        Keep calm and let them Lego: How WA parents can survive at home with their children

        Danielle Loizou-Lake's home-schooling zone.

        Timely advice on how long should they be learning each day, what counts as learning and and what to do when they won't learn quietly.

        • by Emma Young

        As they day unfolded:?Travel banned, food courts to close under new stricter controls

        As they day unfolded:?Travel banned, food courts to close under new stricter controls

        WA's total confirmed coronavirus cases has been brought up to 175, with Health Minister Roger Cook announcing another 35 cases today.?They range in age from four to 76 and include two young children from the same family.

        • by Fran Rimrod and Kate Hedley

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        Coronavirus outbreak

        US President Donald Trump's daily White House coronavirus briefings can now last up to two hours.
        Analysis

        'Hallucinogenic dreamscape': How Trump turned daily briefings into his own reality

        Based on Trump's optimistic rhetoric you would think Americans' worst coronavirus days were behind them. Instead they are just around the corner.?

        • by Matthew Knott
        Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern speaks to media at a press conference ahead of a nationwide lockdown on Wednesday.

        Jacinda Ardern declares national emergency to tackle coronavirus

        Police and civil defence personnel given a range of powers to close roads, take control of buildings, and regulate flow of food, fuel, supplies.

        • by Praveen Menon

        Politics

        Senior medical academic Shitij Kapur says government decisionmakers face a complex and unprecedented task.

        'No perfect answer to COVID-19', says chair of panel which had advice rejected

        Senior medical academic Shitij Kapur said the solution to the pandemic was "not black and white" and governments faced a deeply complex task.

        • by Fergus Hunter

        Business

        Foxtel CEO Patrick Delany is offering aggressive enticements to customers.

        'We feel secure': Foxtel CEO confident amid global sports shutdown

        Reeling from the loss of live sport, the pay TV operator is fighting back.

        • by Michael Lallo and Broede Carmody

        World

        Afghan police arrive at the site of an attack in Kabul, Afghanistan.

        Afghan officials say 25 killed in Kabul attack on Sikh religious complex

        Gunmen have stormed a religious gathering of Afghanistan's minority Sikhs in their place of worship in the heart of Kabul's old city, killing at least four people.

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        'A little bit of relief': Inside Australia's last public auction

        'A little bit of relief': Inside Australia's last public auction

        For a finale, it didn't feel like the end. No spectators were allowed to witness the home go under the hammer, far removed the situation five days earlier.

        • by Jim Malo
        'There's a bigger picture and this will pass': The home owners still selling

        'There's a bigger picture and this will pass': The home owners still selling

        For the vendors pressing ahead with selling their homes, theirs will be among some of the last public auctions for some time. From then, it's all virtual.

        • by Melissa Heagney
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        Life & Culture

        Social distancing is a privilege, but it shouldn't be.

        Before coronavirus, I practised social distancing for my babies. This is why it's important

        What happened to one of my sons when my family finally ended social distancing told me everything I needed to know about the effectiveness of this approach.

        • by Jen Gunter

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        Fremantle CEO Simon Garlick called Tuesday the 'darkest day in the club's history'.

        'Darkest day in our history': Dockers in survival mode as 75 per cent of staff culled

        Fremantle Football Club cut more than 75 per cent of its staff after the suspension of the 2020 AFL season in what its chief executive called "the darkest day in our club's history."

        • by David Prestipino
        Glenn Maxwell played a starring role in English county cricket.

        Glenn Maxwell details his mental health demons

        A mentally exhausted Glenn Maxwell wanted his arm to be broken during Australia's World Cup campaign last year so he could have a break from international cricket.

        New Eagle Tim Kelly is turning his shed into a gym to keep up his fitness regime.

        Eagles star embraces shed life to maintain fitness during AFL shutdown

        Prized West Coast recruit Tim Kelly will convert his shed into a temporary gym as he attempts to maintain his elite levels of fitness.

        Docker Sam Sturt goes long in last Saturday's loss to Essendon.

        Docker Sturt in box seat for Rising Star

        First-game Fremantle forward set to be the long-time clubhouse leader for the AFL Rising Star award.

        Australian Olympic Committee chief executive Matt Carroll has welcomed the postponement of Tokyo 2020.

        Australian athletes won't have to re-qualify for Tokyo Games in 2021

        The AOC has welcomed the postponement of the Tokyo Games, having helped accelerate the decision by declaring this week it could not send a team this year.

        • by Chris Barrett
        Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe says he has asked for a postponement to the Tokyo Games.

        Tokyo Olympics officially postponed until 2021

        The Tokyo Olympic Games have been postponed until 2021, ending weeks of speculation that the games could not go ahead due to coronavirus.

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        Dangerfield: Players need more clarity before agreeing to bigger pay cut

        AFL Players’ Association president Patrick Dangerfield has hit back at Leigh Matthews’ criticism, saying that players are prepared to take longer-term pay cuts but need more information.

        • by Daniel Cherny
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