It's Father's Day in lockdown for many around the country on Sunday. People are reminded of the lockdown laws in their state and encouraged to abide on what could be a tough day for many.
In NSW people are allowed to visit a grave site with members of their immediate household and wearing a facemask. Which is welcome news to some.
More jabs are urged in Victoria to stop "tsunami" of cases they potentially face. Chief Health Officer Professor Brett Sutton said there is a pathway out of the outbreak with vaccinations.
Rolling lockdowns across the Eastern States has taken it's toll on regional towns and main streets. Check out the eerie comparison between "normal" life and lockdown life here.
Range anxiety is limiting Aussie electric vehicle sales as many are concerned about how far the car can go between charges.
And David Beckham's son is heading in the same direction as his famous dad after earning a pro soccer deal in the UK.