1. Government weighs plan for Melbourne revival  The Age
  2. New Zealand travellers who flew to Melbourne via Sydney still in Victoria, authorities say  ABC News
  3. As it happened: Victoria records one new COVID-19 case for Saturday as state government foreshadows lifting of restrictions; UK lockdown commences as Australian death toll stands at 904  The Sydney Morning Herald
  4. Andrews threatens border closures over Kiwi arrivals  The Age
  5. Daniel Andrews condemns Border Force delays after 17 New Zealanders allowed to fly to Melbourne  The Guardian
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As Melbourne learns what our first significant steps out of lockdown will be, the Victorian government is considering a proposal by some of the state’s most prominent civic and business leaders to return life to our city.As Melbourne learns what our first significant steps out of lockdown will be, the Victorian government is considering a proposal by some of the state’s most prominent civic and business leaders to return life to our city.

The Federal Government says "there was an understanding" that travellers who arrive in New South Wales from New Zealand would be allowed into other states if their borders aren't closed, despite Daniel Andrews stating Victoria was not part of the new trans-Tasman travel bubble.The Federal Government says "there was an understanding" that travellers who arrive in New South Wales from New Zealand would be allowed into other states if their borders aren't closed, despite Daniel Andrews stating Victoria was not part of the new trans-Tasman travel bubble.

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MELBOURNE: Australia’s Victoria state has reported just one new case of COVID-19 and no deaths as the city of Melbourne moves closer toward the easing of some lifestyle restrictions. The state’s coronavirus death toll remains at 816 and the Australian total is 904. Melbourne residents are expecting COVID-19 restrictions to be eased on Sunday but it is unclear how much freedomMELBOURNE: Australia’s Victoria state has reported just one new case of COVID-19 and no deaths as the city of Melbourne moves closer toward the easing of some lifestyle restrictions. The state’s

Melbourne closer to easing coronavirus restrictions | Arab News

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Australia’s Victoria state has reported just one new case of COVID-19 and no deaths as the city of Melbourne moves closer towards the easing of some lifestyle... MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Australia’s Victoria state has reported just one new case of COVID-19 and no deaths as the city of Melbourne moves closer towards the easing of some lifestyle...

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has said he is "very, very disappointed" after 17 passengers from New Zeal...

Coronavris: Whereabouts of 17 NZ passengers in Melbourne still unknown, Daniel Andrews says

Premier Daniel Andrews said he had 'no way of knowing' where the travellers were as border force has still not shared their passenger cards.Premier Daniel Andrews said he had 'no way of knowing' where the travellers were as border force has still not shared their passenger cards.

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Dan Andrews has blasted Australian Border Force officials for a massive trans-Tasman blunder that allowed 17 New Zealand nationals to fly into Melbourne.Dan Andrews has blasted Australian Border Force officials for a massive trans-Tasman blunder that allowed 17 New Zealand nationals to fly into Melbourne.

Dan Andrews tears into Australian Border Force officials for trans-Tasman blunder | Daily Mail Online

Residents in Melbourne will see an easing of restrictions from Monday after more than 100 days of strict lockdown restrictions as business owners call to reopen for the sake of trade and the mental health of people working within hospitality. Owners of pubs, bars and restaurants are calling on the Victorian Premier to balance health and economic factors. The hospitality industry is one of the worst affected by coronavirus restrictions in Melbourne with thousands of people out of work, and dozens of businesses facing permanent closure. The Herald Sun has revealed Premier Daniel Andrews will today announce the lifting of the daily two-hour time limit for exercise and social activities. The number of people allowed to gather outdoors will be raised to 10 and the five kilometre travel bubble restriction will be broadened to twenty kilometres. Residents in Melbourne will see an easing of restrictions from Monday after more than 100 days of strict lockdown restrictions as business owners call to reopen for the sake of trade and the mental health of people working within hospitality. Owners of pubs, bars and restaurants are calling on the Victorian Premier to balance health and economic factors. The hospitality industry is one of the worst affected by coronavirus restrictions in Melbourne with thousands of people out of work, and dozens of businesses facing permanent closure. The Herald Sun has revealed Premier Daniel Andrews will today announce the lifting of the daily two-hour time limit for exercise and social activities. The number of people allowed to gather outdoors will be raised to 10 and the five kilometre travel bubble restriction will be broadened to twenty kilometres.

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The federal government has hit back at Premier Daniel Andrews' criticism of the trans-Tasman bubble reaching his state on day one of its operation. Seventeen...The federal government has hit back at Premier Daniel Andrews' criticism of the trans-Tasman bubble reaching his state on day one of its operation. Seventeen...

Feds hit back over Kiwis, focus on Vic | The North West Star | Mt Isa, QLD

Coronavirus Australia update LIVE: Victoria records one new COVID-19 case for Saturday, Daniel Andrews flags lifting of Victoria restrictions, United Kingdom lockdown commences, Australia death toll at 904Victorians are counting down until Sunday when Premier Daniel Andrews reveals which COVID-19 restrictions he will lift.

Victorian and federal authorities have sparred over an incident that saw 17 travellers from New Zealand slip into Melbourne after arriving via Sydney yesterday. Victorian and federal authorities have sparred over an incident that saw 17 travellers from New Zealand slip into Melbourne after arriving via Sydney yesterday....

Seventeen travellers from New Zealand leave Melbourne Airport in a breach of the trans-Tasman bubble | SBS News

Daniel Andrews has had an angry spray at the Federal Government after border force allowed 17 New Zealand travllers to enter Victoria.Victoria was not told of the arrivals.

Andrews Has Furious Spray At PM As Kiwi Travellers Enter VIC

Victorian Premier Dan Andrews has hit out at Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison over the 17 New Zealanders who flew into Melbourne from Sydney after Victorian Premier Dan Andrews has hit out at Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison over the 17 New Zealanders who flew into Melbourne from Sydney after

'We are not in the bubble': War of words erupts over NZ arrivals in Melbourne

Australia's Federal Government says "there was an understanding" that travellers who arrive in New South Wales from New Zealand would be allowed into other states if their borders aren't closed.Australia's Federal Government says "there was an understanding" that travellers who arrive in New South Wales from New Zealand would be allowed into other states if their borders aren't closed.

Australia's Federal Govt understood Kiwis could travel within Aus | RNZ News

Daniel Andrews said told he is not asserting or inferring that the travellers have done anything wrong.Daniel Andrews said told he is not asserting or inferring that the travellers have done anything wrong.

Whereabouts of NZ travellers who snuck into Melbourne still unknown: Victorian premier | 1 NEWS | TVNZ

"Victoria has not agreed to a travel bubble arrangement with New Zealand." "Victoria has not agreed to a travel bubble arrangement with New Zealand."

Australian state of Victoria confirms 17 New Zealanders snuck into Melbourne, reminds Kiwis they can't take connecting flights | Newshub