One video shows a security guard desperately trying to stem the flow of arriving customers after people reportedly ripped the doors open.
Since Melbourne’s stage four restrictions came into effect on Sunday, a new statistic shows residents are taking the city’s lockdown very seriously.
People are losing their vision, suffering seizures and even dying from drinking hand sanitiser, a study has found.
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has praised Melburnians for complying to the state’s latest coronavirus restrictions, sharing photos of the city’s empty streets that now resemble a ghost town.
Tradesmen working in Melbourne are frustrated over the new guidelines, saying the government may as well shut down worksites completely.
A public health warning has been issued for several churches and a cemetery in Sydney’s southwest after a funeral attendee tested positive for coronavirus.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has revealed there will likely be no overseas travel out of Australia until a coronavirus vaccine is available.
The hungry Melburnian drove more than 30km from Werribee into the city all to get a “specific butter chicken”.
Customers are calling to boycott the pub in Sydney’s east after photos of the "disgusting" signs were shared on social media.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has insisted the state will not be going back into lockdown, despite an outbreak in Sydney’s southwest that has so far triggered 30 COVID-19 cases.
The teens joked that perhaps the mysterious bag contained money – until they opened it and were met with a horrible stench.
Hannah Mohamed is desperate to see her baby girl but is one of 3000 residents being contained inside nine public housing blocks.
Shannon Norgate posed as a policeman to lure young boys into a school bathroom where he sexually assaulted them in 2019.