Hundreds urged to get tested after positive cases went to a Collingwood game, a salon in Bendigo and more cafes in Melbourne inner-city suburbs
Still on Victoria – you can find the whole list of exposure sites here.
That includes two locations in regional Victoria.
Environment groups have called on the energy giant AGL to drop its legal action against Greenpeace Australia Pacific, describing the federal court bid an “unnecessary attack on civil society”.
AGL launched legal action against the environment group this month, alleging the use of its logo in a campaign was copyright infringement. The Greenpeace campaign targets AGL as Australia’s biggest corporate emitter.
Related: AGL takes Greenpeace to court over use of its logo in ‘biggest climate polluter’ campaign
We see this as a direct affront to free speech and the ability of our organisations to hold corporations to account on urgent climate action.
The ability to publicly call out corporations, businesses, governments and individuals that are standing in the way of this action, without fear of litigation or retribution, is key to this work.
We firmly believe that it is critical that charities, not for profits, comedians and members of the community retain the right to criticise, parody and satirise corporations using their logo without the threat of litigation.
The legal application seeks to prevent unlawful use of our brand as part of a third party campaign and is not intended to silence the campaign itself.