Yes, confirmed COVID-19 cases are up and tougher social restrictions are in place.
Imagine what your screen time report is going to be like this week?
Here, give yourself a wry smile while you rack up more time on your phone (or device of choice) - life's not all bad, after all. Sometimes it's a bit fun, sometimes a bit weird, sometimes a bit cute ...
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A Wollongong eatery is putting smiles on the faces of its customers with grazing boxes full of essential items.
The staff at Deli and Dine on Market are so grateful to be able to help others with their essential takeaway packs they are lifting everyone's spirits by dancing on the job.
In times like these, there's not much else to do but sing in your lounge room.
An online singalong will be livestreamed from Cessnock arts hub Wild Learning this Saturday evening, and facilitator Emmie Hallett hopes people from all around the world will join in.
They're enjoying some glove love at Taylors Beach, near Port Stephens, and you can understand why. IT;s been busy - REALLY busy.
"The demand for disposable gloves has reached epic proportions. Generally in a month we would move around 30 tonne a month, so far in March we have more than tripled that amount. I expect by the end of the month that figure to be around 120 tonne," the company's owner Grant Staples said.
It's the public relations stunt the spider-world has been waiting for.
Native to Australia, six species of the elusive peacock spider have been found near Tamworth.
At just 4mm in size, the cute critters are being found with a lot of hard work from a not-for-profit group of volunteers called Project Maratus.
You might like them, or, well, they might just have the opposite effect.
It's all different this year - but that's just the way it is.
The RSPCA has adapted their much-loved national dog walking event by launching Million Paws Walk: Walk This May.
Instead of dogs and owners joining organised public walking events across the country on May 17, the new event will see dog owners hit the pavement in their own neighbourhoods and backyards, and responsibly walk to fight animal cruelty during the month of May.
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