Three new cases of COVID-19 in NT, Katherine’s lockdown extended; Man arrested for missing Victorian campers Carol Clay and Russell Hill; Victims of the attack on the Waukesha parade aged 52 to 81; South Australia opens its borders; 827 new cases in Victoria, 19 deaths

That concludes today’s 9News live blog post for Tuesday, November 23. Here is what happened :

A man has been arrested for the disappearance of Victorian campers Carol Clay and Russell Hill.

New South Wales Premier Dominic Perrottet and Tourism Minister Stuart Ayres have lambasted Labor suggestions that the government had created a “two tier society” with its lockdown in the west of Sydney.

The Northern Territory has recorded three new cases of COVID-19, including an infant from Robinson River who was taken to hospital.

The father of four killed in a house fire in Melbourne says he tried to save them but was pushed out of their room by flames.

Economists at Australia’s largest bank predicted that house prices could fall as much as 10% in 2023 as interest rates rise to 1.25%.

The Federal Court has found missing woman Melissa Caddick exploited without a financial services license for eight years.

Affirmative consent laws were passed today by the New South Wales Parliament, a huge victory for the state’s victim-survivors.

Germany’s health minister has warned that the rapid rise in COVID-19 cases means it’s likely that everyone in the country who is not vaccinated will have contracted COVID-19 by the end of this month. winter – and some of them will die.

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