Omicron COVID variant: Virologist says that three things will determine the virus threat

An infectious disease expert has said it will likely take weeks for the world to learn the true risk posed by Omicron. Early indications are that the COVID-19 variant – which was first reported in southern Africa a week ago – is more transmissible than others, but there is no evidence that it causes more … Read more

Everything you need to know about the third dose of vaccine

Until now, only people over the age of 40, and those in priority groups, were eligible – and only if it was six months since their second jab. How long do I have to wait for my second plug to get the booster? The new council says boosters should be at least three months after … Read more

See Blake Shelton Hilariously Butcher Taylor Swifts Shake It Off – Entertainment Tonight

See Blake Shelton Hilariously Butcher Taylor Swifts Shake It OffEntertainment tonight The voice of Kelly and Ari Give… Cher (literally)Vulture Slay It Spray It Not With Ariana Grande, Kelly Clarkson, Blake Shelton & John Legend | It’s My JamThe Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon See Ariana Grande Cover Britney Spears’ hit ‘Oops I Did It … Read more

See Blake Shelton Hilariously Butcher Taylor Swifts Shake It Off – Entertainment Tonight

See Blake Shelton Hilariously Butcher Taylor Swifts Shake It OffEntertainment tonight The voice of Kelly and Ari Give… Cher (literally)Vulture Slay It Spray It Not With Ariana Grande, Kelly Clarkson, Blake Shelton & John Legend | It’s My JamThe Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon See Ariana Grande Cover Britney Spears’ hit ‘Oops I Did It … Read more

Push to launch e-scooter before Christmas

Electric sharing scooters may soon be available to ride on the streets of Dockland, with the city of Melbourne aiming to launch a 12-month trial of the micro-mobility option before Christmas. The council, which had previously committed to a launch in the spring of 2021, would look at launching the 12-month e-scooter trial to “support … Read more

Where ‘racist’ British Prime Minister George Canning connects two roads on either side of the world

What do a street in the UK that fell under the wake of vigilant campaigners and a motorway on the other side of the globe in common have in common? Both are linked to former British Prime Minister George Canning, who in his early years campaigned against freeing slaves. Canning Street in Sheffield was named … Read more

New rules for face mask: Where are coatings mandatory?

Mandatory mask wearing will return to shops and public transport in the UK from Tuesday, November 30, as the government takes steps to try to tackle the omicron coronavirus variant that has arrived in the UK. The rules around face masks were relaxed in England in July. The change was announced by Boris Johnson at … Read more

Robert Irwin gave a sweet promise from Sister Bindi on his 18th birthday

Robert Irwin is officially an adult. Son of the late, legendary Australian nature conservationist Steve Irwin turned 18 on Wednesday. His proud sister Bindi celebrated the occasion with a heartfelt social post that talked about their lives away from the limelight. “Happy 18th to the very best,” Bindi said, sharing an adorable picture of the … Read more

Support children to develop their basic skills

It’s been a busy first year for Gowrie Docklands Kindergarten. Gowrie is well known to Docklands families for the strong reputation for his many years of early learning on 1 Seafarer Lane. The team at Gowrie established this new kindergarten in February, and it was formally opened by Ingrid Stitt, the Minister of Early Kindergarten … Read more

Queensland records COVID-19 cases in person who visited Gold Coast stores while infected

A person has visited a Gold Coast mall while infected with COVID-19. Queensland Health reported the case Wednesday afternoon. The patient visited the Robina Town Center during Black Friday sales last Friday, where he walked into the Rebel Sport, JB Hifi and Target stores in the mall. The stores have been listed as casual contact … Read more