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Vo by Andy Martin.
It's day one of Greater Brisbane's 3 day snap lockdown...and Queensland's Premier is urging the state to prepare for more covid cases.
People in Brisbane, Logan, Ipswich, Redlands and Morton are only able to leave home for grocery shopping, exercise or medical care - and masks must be worn inside.
It's as the states and territories begin shutting their borders to the hot spots.
Scott Morrison's new-look Cabinet will be sworn in today.
The re-shuffle comes as Canberra deal with the fallout of multiple sex scandals.
Michalea Cash has been named the new Attorney General - replacing Christian Porter.
Peter Dutton takes Linda Reynolds' Defence portfolio.
The US trial has begun for the former Minneapolis police officer accused of murdering George Floyd last year - sparking mass protests and re-igniting the Black Lives Matter movement.
Derek Chauvin is charged with murder - accused of using excessive force as he held his knee on the neck of Mr Floyd...as he exclaimed he was unable to breathe.
Labor's National Conference gets underway today...with the party to decide their election agenda.
The need for investment and support emerging industries have been flagged for discussion during the 2 day virtual event.
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- Reports this morning Emma Stone and her SNL write hubby Dave McCary have welcomed their baby.
They're yet to confirm the news - but are notoriously private.
- Sharon Stone's revealed an absolute shocker...she says she was given breast enhancement surgery without giving consent.
Apparently she had surgery back in 2001 to remove benign tumours, and woke to find she was a full cup size larger.
She says it was done without her approval, with the surgeon saying he thought the size would better balance out her hips.
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