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A 28-year-old Queensland woman’s life has been turned upside-down after she endured months of "awful" cramps in her abdomen.
A Woolworths staff member brought a smile to a little girl's face for her sixth birthday as her family was awaiting coronavirus test results.
'That is completely unacceptable behaviour... set an example for your children,' a NSW detective inspector said of the ordeal.
Temperature records were broken in NSW and ACT, with more than a metre of snow expected to have fallen by the end of the weekend.
The NSW pair had not been seen in five days and police had held serious concerns for the woman, 18, and her 11-month-old daughter.
The Chief Health Officer made a commitment to Victorians on Sunday as cases tipped over 200 for the first time in two days.
Kmart and Woolworths shoppers are among the Sydney Westfield visitors who may have come in contact with a known coronavirus case.
The 27-year-old is in a fight for her life after being diagnosed with a rare cancer that is typically found in people over the age of 50.