Coronavirus: Coles make huge recruitment drive during pandemic | 7NEWS

Coles has recruited more than 7,000 people in just two weeks and want 5,000 more staff as thousands of unemployed Australians look for work during the coronavirus pandemic. Read more: https://7news.link/2WLjaid #7NEWS Original Author: Produced by 7NEWS Australia and published on 29/03/2020

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Coronavirus: Supermarket jobs boom amid unemployment crisis | 7NEWS

Coles has recruited more than 7000 people in just two weeks and want 5000 more staff as thousands of unemployed Australians look for work during the coronavirus pandemic. The new employees have come from a wide range of industries and been fast-tracked into supermarkets and liquor stores across the country.>>>

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Helping Kids Through Corona | The Project

How can we best help the kids through this crisis? We asked the experts. For more than a decade, The Project has been providing Australian television viewers with their dose of “news delivered differently”. Six nights a week the program serves up thought-provoking news, current affairs, entertainment and comedy. Original>>>

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Sky News’ Thomas Moore on COVID-19 response

‘Demand is twice as high on hospitals than anticipated, epidemic suppression is the only viable strategy and social and economic effects will be profound.’ Sky News’ Thomas Moore talks us through a report by the Imperial College’s #COVID19 response team. Original Author: Produced by Sky News and published on 17/03/2020

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COVID-19 ‘much, much worse than Ebola’

The spread of coronavirus around the globe is "much, much worse" than seen with Ebola, according to the man who helped discover the earlier disease. Professor Piot co-discovered the Ebola virus in Zaire while working at the Institute of Tropical Medicine in Antwerp, Belgium. Original Author: Produced by Sky News and>>>

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23 Years For Weinstein | The Project

The fall of Harvey Weinstein is complete, more than two years after his first accusers spoke out. The man whose crimes triggered the Me-Too movement has been sentenced to 23 years in prison. Watch full episodes of The Project on 10 Play 10play.com.au/theproject Original Author: Produced by The Project and published>>>

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