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The bad news related to COVID-19 have been the headliners in the past week: from KTV clusters to fishmongers forced to pause their businesses due to possible exposure at the Jurong Fishery Port. Not only are livelihoods severely affected by dine-in restrictions and business closures, but our food source is also now impacted.
However, as with all things, there's always a silver lining when we look hard enough. Did you know that you can get fresh and frozen fish online? For those of you who love fish and seafood, here's where you can buy them online.
If there is only one online fish merchant to go to, I will pick Kühlbarra. I first had a taste of the barramundi’s exquisite meat at my sister’s steamboat dinner. Kühlbarra passed its smell, sight, texture and taste tests with flying colours. The barramundi belly looked so fresh, had no foul smell, was firm when held with chopsticks and melted in my mouth. It was THE tastiest fish meat I had ever tried in my life! You know how it feels when you partake in something absolutely delicious? I was instantly in love and my experience totally debunked the notion that the freshest fish can only be bought from wet markets!
Upon further investigation, I discovered, to my delight, that not only is Kühlbarra a sustainable brand, it is also Singapore's only deep-sea ocean farm. As one of the world's largest sustainable Barramundi deep-sea aquaculture farm, it prides itself on its farm-to-fork model. Kühlbarra barramundi is harvested and processed to order and delivered via an unbroken cold chain to ensure optimal freshness. And according to their website, their products are "100 per cent growth hormone and antibiotic-free”. Definitely reassuring to hear!
A colonel involved in deploying a commando with PTSD to Iraq thought he was in a "healthy frame" but did not "delve deeply" into his claimed recovery from previous mental health and substance abuse struggles.Sergeant Ian Turner took his own life in his Sydney home in July 2017, following the deployment and after longstanding difficulties with post-traumatic stress disorder and the abuse of alcohol and illicit drugs.
South Australia has reported one new COVID-19 case linked to a local cluster but the person has been in quarantine and is not considered a threat to the wider community.The case was revealed on Wednesday, more than two weeks after the outbreak first emerged and takes the number linked to the cluster to 22.
There is no firm timeline of when extra vaccines offered by the Commonwealth will arrive in Queensland as the state tries to manage a growing Delta outbreak.Queensland Health Minister Yvette D'Ath said she found out about an offer for an extra 150,000 doses of AstraZeneca via the media.
Hundreds of thousands of children under the age of two will be eligible for subsidised dental care under a federal government plan.A bill was introduced into parliament on Wednesday to expand access to an existing dental benefits scheme at a cost of $5.
Geelong star Jeremy Cameron will miss the Cats' AFL clash with his former club GWS as the key forward recovers from his latest hamstring injury.The 28-year-old has sat out the past four games after hurting himself in Geelong's round 16 game against Essendon.
Air New Zealand has forecast a bigger financial hit after New Zealand suspended its travel bubble with Australia.The airline on Wednesday forecast losses before significant items and tax to worsen from the previously stated $NZ450 million ($A427 million) to $NZ530 million ($A503 million) this financial year.
Two women were humiliated and discriminated against for needing the toilet, according to a new Victorian report highlighting the COVID-19 pandemic's impacts on human rights.In the report tabled in state parliament on Wednesday, Victorian Ombudsman Deborah Glass detailed dozens of case studies of recent human rights breaches.
A parliamentary inquiry has backed a 10-year national strategy to ease the housing crisis.The final report of an 18-month inquiry into homelessness recommends a 10-year "housing first" strategy where all levels of Australian government would work with the private sector and community groups.
The High Court has overturned a lower court judgment that paved the way for long-term casual workers to be paid leave entitlements.The Federal Court in May 2020 found workers employed on a regular, permanent basis were not casual employees under the Fair Work Act and were entitled to annual, sick and other leave entitlements.
Victoria's energy minister says it's too early to say if a fire at the state's $84 million Big Battery will delay the project's scheduled start date.One of the Tesla megapack batteries at the site in Moorabool, near Geelong, caught fire during testing on Friday before spreading to another battery.
More than $120 million will be spent on boosting early childhood care and education in Indigenous communities.Of the federal funding, $30 million is expected to provide up to 20 child care services in communities where there are none.
Australia's Olympic chief is yet to unmask the drunk Australian athletes facing sanction for their rowdy return flight from the Tokyo Games.Australia's rugby sevens and soccer players were the ringleaders in the unruly flight which left Tokyo last Thursday night, arriving in Sydney the following morning.
California's largest wildfire has exploded again after burning for nearly three weeks in remote mountains and officials warn that hot, dry weather would increase the risk of new fires across much of the state.Firefighters saved homes on Monday in the small northern California community of Greenville near the Plumas National Forest as strong winds stoked the Dixie Fire, which grew to more than 1000 square kilometres.
New Zealand's slow COVID-19 rollout has reached a milestone six months in the making, with two million doses administered.After receiving its first doses in mid-February, vaccinators hit the two million mark on Wednesday.
Australia's defence force has set a timeline for initial decisions on whether to strip honours or pay compensation to Afghan war crimes victims' families.The Brereton inquiry released in November last year found credible allegations special forces troops committed 39 murders in Afghanistan.
Western Bulldogs midfielder Lin Jong has announced his retirement from the AFL.The 28-year-old has played 65 senior games during a near decade-long stint with the Bulldogs and was part of two VFL premierships with the club's reserves.
More than 500 firefighters have struggled through the night to contain a large forest blaze on the outskirts of Athens, which raced into residential areas, forcing thousands to flee.It was the worst of 81 wildfires that broke out in Greece in the past 24 hours, amid one of the country's most intense heatwaves in decades.
The PGA Tour has released next season's tournament schedule on Tuesday that gives a glimpse of its strategic partnership with the European Tour, including players from both tours being eligible for certain tournaments on each side of the Atlantic.Two World Golf Championships have been scrapped while the new schedule includes the first PGA Tour-sanctioned tournament in Scotland that doesn't involve a claret jug.
Former Australia Post boss Christine Holgate will receive a $1 million settlement for losing her job more than nine months after the acrimonious split.Ms Holgate left the organisation last year following a scandal over four luxury watches worth $20,000 being gifted to executives.