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Is there anything better than wrapping yourself up in a soft, cozy hoodie that feels like a warm hug on a chilly evening? I’m not talking baggy ol' sweatshirts. I mean fitted, feminine hooded numbers that complement your figure and look great with yoga pants, jeans, slacks — you name it.
Some of us love a pullover hoodie. It’s quick to throw on and has that ever-convenient front pouch that serves as a muff for cold hands or a pocket for holding essentials like keys, cellphones, and face masks. This one is mostly cotton, so it’s warm yet lightweight and breathable, and it has a bit of spandex for stretch.
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Now, I’m in the zip-up hoodie camp. I love a sweatshirt that has the same throw-on, throw-off convenience of a cardigan, but sportier. This hooded sweatshirt is also a cotton/spandex blend, so you stay warm without sweating your butt off. It’s also available in a range of colors and sizes — all the way up to 3X.
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Modelling about how Australia's hospitals will cope with rising coronavirus cases is remaining secret until a federal-state deal is reached.The Morrison government has refused to release the data, arguing all states and territories need to agree on its release.
Queensland Ambulance Service has treated five teenagers near a high school north of Brisbane after students allegedly ingested a poison.Paramedics were called to a site off Klingner Road at Redcliffe around midday on Tuesday where they treated the five people.
Investors have pulled the Australian share market lower after another high inflation count.The market went from being slightly higher to a little lower on Wednesday at 1200 AEDT soon after the September quarter inflation data.
The elections watchdog is weighing up whether to mandate COVID-19 vaccinations for the 100,000-strong temporary workforce needed for the next federal poll.Electoral commissioner Tom Rogers said there would be a strong focus on making the election - which is due by May 2022 - as COVID-safe as possible.
Sam Kerr will have to wait just a bit longer to make Australian footballing history but it seems merely a matter of when not if.The Matildas captain moved within one goal of equalling Tim Cahill's record as she registered her 49th strike for her country in Tuesday night's 2-2 draw with Brazil at Parramatta's CommBank Stadium.
A man has been arrested over the mysterious shooting death of a NSW man in the state's central western slopes region last year.Police were baffled by the shooting of 48-year-old Wellington man Frank Smith, who was described as a supportive and loving father and grandfather.
SNAPSHOT OF VICTORIA'S CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK:* 1534 new locally acquired cases of COVID-19* Total active cases: 24,164* Deaths reported on Tuesday: 13\- A man in his 30s\- A woman in her 40s\- Four men and a woman in their 60s\- Two men and three women in their 80s\- A woman in her 90s* Total death toll for the pandemic: 1065* Death toll from current outbreak: 247* 83,210 test results processed on TuesdayVACCINATIONS* 24,180 doses administered at state-run hubs* 91.9 per cent of Victorians aged 1
Four more Tasmanian public servants have been stood down over accusations of child sexual abuse amid an inquiry into the state government's handling of allegations.The commission of inquiry into state government responses to child sexual abuse in public institutions held its first public hearing on Tuesday.
A Brazilian Senate committee has recommended that President Jair Bolsonaro face a series of criminal indictments for actions and omissions related to the world's second highest COVID-19 death toll.The seven-to-four vote on Tuesday was the culmination of a six-month committee investigation of the government's handling of the pandemic.
New Zealand's Delta outbreak of COVID-19 remains uncontrolled, with 74 new community cases reported.Wednesday's cases pushed the seven-day rolling average daily case count to 97, the highest of the pandemic.
An official organising committee for the 2032 Brisbane Olympics and Paralympics will be set up under proposed laws in Queensland.Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk will on Wednesday table the laws in state parliament to set up the organising committee for the Olympic Games (OCOG).
After a global search for a new chief executive, Swimming Australia (SA) has opted to appoint from within by giving caretaker Eugenie Buckley the permanent job.Buckley has been acting chief executive of SA since Alex Baumann resigned, citing health reasons, in August after three months in the role.
Queensland have elected to bat in their Sheffield Shield clash with Tasmania in Townsville, where the hosts have called up Gurinder Sandhu to face his former side.Sandhu is playing his debut first-class game for the Bulls.
The Olyroos have overcome a stubborn Indonesia 3-2 to move one step closer to securing a spot at next year's U23 Asian Cup.Captain Marc Tokich, Patrick Wood and Jacob Italiano were the scorers for Australia, with all the goals coming in an action-packed second-half at the Central Republican Stadium in Dushanbe, Tajikistan.
Australia's prime minister will use a meeting with Prince Charles at a global climate change summit to wish the Queen a speedy recovery.Queen Elizabeth has pulled out of the COP26 conference in Glasgow next week after she was advised by doctors to rest.
People in NSW using the government's app to check in to venues will start receiving notifications if they have visited the same place as a confirmed COVID-19 case.The Service NSW app already shows red alert stickers in the check-in history of the app, however push notifications will be added from Friday to let users know they may have been at a venue with a confirmed case and should monitor for symptoms.
Federal and international police are now involved in the manhunt for the accused Sydney drug trafficker who skipped bail after being charged with importing 900 kilos of cocaine.Against the advice of police, 33-year-old Mostafa Baluch from Sydney's northern beaches was granted bail on Friday, despite facing a lengthy spell in jail if convicted.
An independent MP has unsuccessfully sought to get parliament's backing to legislate the government's new climate target of net-zero emissions by 2050.Warringah MP Zali Steggall moved on Wednesday for her climate change bill to be debated immediately, a day after Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced the new target but said he would not be enshrining it in law.