A new virus outbreak in the city of Wuhan has spread to other parts of China, with six people confirmed dead, to the alarm of global health authorities and financial markets.
The death toll from the new coronavirus outbreak has risen to six in China's central city of Wuhan, the city's mayor has told state television.
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A Brisbane man who recently returned from China is being tested to check whether he has contracted a new strain of coronavirus.
Victoria is bracing for severe fire danger after two stormy days brought rain to fire-affected areas as well as a trail of further destruction.
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CORONAVIRUSORIGINS AND SPREAD* The World Health Organisation began responding to cases of unexplained pneumonia in Wuhan, central China, on December 31, 2019.
More than 16,000 customers in southeast Queensland have been affected by power outages after storms hit the state's south-east coast.