When Prue Bamford moved to a seaside town north of Sydney, one of the first things she did was join her local wildlife rescue group.
Monday, 31 August 2020
When the Queensland Government issued "home confinement orders" under its coronavirus lockdown in March, Tiffany Jager felt a jolt of dread.
She was locked up for 22 hours a day and her fragile mental health went into freefall.
One of her few lucid moments during a three-day memory blackout was realising she was bleeding from the head.
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