Thanks to Podvertise Smart Podcast Ads, get your brand involved today at podvertise.com.au - This is headlines by Auscast Thursday April 1st, 2021.
Vo by Andy Martin.
Welcome news for Brisbane heading into the Easter long weekend...their lockdown will end at midday as planned.
Queensland has recorded just the 1 locally acquired Covid case.
In NSW, more Covid exposure sights have been added overnight, including a Byron Bay Hotel.
Local authorities cancelled the beach-side town's Bluesfest yesterday - it was to be held this weekend.
The Federal Government's half price flights are on now sale - the bargain's hitting the Internet at midnight.
It's to boost our struggling aviation and tourism sectors..and is part of a 1.2 billion dollar revival plan.
Among the destinations on sale - Cairns, Kangaroo Island, Broome and Hobart.
The George Floyd trial continues in the US this morning...
former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin is accused of using excessive force when arresting Floyd...who then died - sparking global outrage.
A cashier who took counterfeit cash from Floyd in the lead-up has testified...a witness broke down during yesterday's testimony.
Crash Investigators in LA say they've now determined what caused Tiger Wood's horror crash in February...but won't release the details because of privacy issues.
Impaired driving was ruled out earlier...as was the involvement of a second car.
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- Basic instinct star Sharon Stone has revealed Britney Spears wrote to her during the height of her 2007 mental health battle, asking for help.
Speaking on Kelly Clarkson's talk show, Stone said she was dealing with her own health battles at the time and wasn't in a position to help Britney.
- ...Still on Britney's case...and the latest is her dad Jamie has apparently filed paper work, seeking 3 million dollars of his daughters' estate - to cover legal fees.
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