Authorities will 'continually review' every Covid vaccine in Australia after a diabetic woman, 48, died from blood clots five days after getting the AstraZeneca jab
Australia's vaccine rollout will be 'continuously reviewed' after a 48-year-old woman's death was linked to the AstraZeneca Covid-19 jab. Genene Norris, 48, from the New South Wales Central Coast died on April 14 after receiving the coronavirus shot on April 8. She developed blood clots the next day and four days after she received the jab she was placed on dialysis in an intensive care unit until her death. The Therapeutic Goods Administration's vaccine safety investigation found Ms Norris developed a case
Heartbroken family of Weet-Bix factory worker, 48, who died days after getting an AstraZeneca Covid shot break their silence to mourn the 'fun loving, happy character' whose death leaves 'gaping void' in their lives
The heartbroken family of a Weet-Bix factory worker who died from a blood clotting condition linked to the AstraZeneca vaccine have broken their silence. Genene Norris, 48, from the New South Wales Central Coast died on April 14 after receiving the embattled coronavirus jab on April 8. She developed blood clots the next day and four days after she received the jab she was placed on dialysis in an intensive care unit until her death. The Therapeutic Goods Administration's vaccine safety investigation found Ms
Pictured: Diabetic woman, 48, who died of blood clotting condition five days after getting the AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine - as regulators confirm her death WAS linked to jab
The Therapeutic Goods Administration says the recent case of fatal blood clotting in a 48-year-old woman is likely linked to her astrazeneca covid-19 vaccination. Janine Norris from the New South Wales Central Coast died four days after receiving the vaccine. She suffered from diabetes and other underlying health conditions. The TGA's vaccine safety investigation has now concluded Ms Norris' case of thrombosis is likely to be linked to the nation. It is the third report of an Australian case of blood clotting
The 54 suburbs in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane where median house prices top $1million for the first time ever with one beach haven surging by 68% in a YEAR
Australia's property price boom shows little sign of ending with 54 suburbs in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane surpassing the $1million barrier during the past year.
Army sniper, 35, who died mysteriously in his sleep is mourned by his peers and the mother of his four little boys - and why his fellow soldiers wore flannelette shirts in tribute
More than a hundred mourners have paid tribute to an ex-Australian Army sniper who died mysteriously in his sleep, with fellow soldiers joining family and friends in remembering him at a memorial service.
Footy star Jarryd Hayne shares gushing post after his secret wedding with the mother of his child Amellia Bonnici
NRL star Jarryd Hayne has issued a gushing tribute to his new wife after secretly marrying long-term partner Amellia Bonnici. Hayne, 32, and Ms Bonnici, 29, the mother of his daughter Beliviah Ivy, 4, tied the knot at Pullman Magenta Shores resort, on the New South Wales Central Coast, on Tuesday. By Wednesday afternoon, he posted a photo taken at the intimate wedding, kissing his new bride against a picturesque outdoor background. 'Mr & Mrs Hayne. We met on 26th of January five years ago. Thank God for sorting
Renting by the beach soars to record highs - but there are some surprising bargains near the city with tenants in trendy suburbs paying 16% LESS
Rents by the beach have hit record highs as living costs in rich, inner-city areas have plunged by 16 per cent, new data shows. New working-from-home arrangements have created stark rental market contrasts - even in neighbouring areas of Australia's biggest city, Sydney. Weekly rents soared to record highs on Sydney's Northern Beaches, even during the pre-Christmas lockdown, as competition among tenants also intensified on Queensland's Gold and Sunshine coasts, and the New South Wales Central Coast. The reluctance
'Disgusting' stench from portaloo and a derelict caravan left on overgrown front yard sparks a bitter five-year battle between neighbours
A property owner has infuriated his neighbours by refusing to remove a derelict caravan and 'stinking' portaloo from his overgrown land. Hervinder Bhandari purchased the site in Wyoming, on the NSW Central Coast, in 2014 with plans to build a home which neighbours say was to be five storeys high. But only the bricks arrived for the building and five years ago Mr Bhandari hauled in the caravan and portaloo, both of which still remain on the land. Neighbours expecting to see a home take shape instead watched