An Australia newspaper distributes pages of toilet paper to highlight the tissue crisis during coronavirus outbreak on Wednesday (March 5).
close Video Coronavirus fears prompt people to seek healthier alternatives to shaking hands Fear of the coronavirus has continued to rise as the number of cases increase worldwide. To prevent possible transmission, some people in China have come up with a different way of greeting each other. Toilet paper has been disappearing from shelves around the
NT News Editor Matt Williams says the reaction to his paper's the eight-page special where readers could get “limited edition one-ply toilet newspaper sheets" has been "staggering. As supermarkets across Australia run low on toilet paper due to a buying spree brought on by panic over the coronavirus, the NT News capitalised on the opportunity to
Chief Executive of the Logistics Bureau Rob O’Byrne says “we are not about to run out of food” because around 90 per cent of the products in “our grocery stores (are) locally made anyway”. As the spread of coronavirus increases globally, ‘panic buying’ has hit Australian consumers, with many people rushing to supermarkets to purchase staples such
The NT News printed a few extra blank pages in today's paper as a gag about toilet paper panic buying
NT News News Corp tabloid The NT News, known for its levity, has printed a few blank pages in today’s paper as a gag about Australia’s toilet paper panic buying. “Run out of loo paper? The NT News cares,” the paper reads today. “That’s why we’ve printed an eight-page special liftout inside, complete with handy cut lines, for you to use in an emergency
M uch to his family’s dismay, my elderly cancer patient, a retired chef, now cannot stand the sight of food. His wife frets at the standard of her cooking, no matter how much I reassure her that it’s not her, it’s his body, slowly winding down. But there is one thing that his eyes still welcome. Even though he eats “less than a baby”, he loves the
This NT News has printed a special 8-page liftout of toilet newspaper while Australians panic-buy toilet paper during the coronavirus outbreak.
6PR’s Oliver Peterson says the “toilet paper run is just odd, it’s so bizarre” as the NT News prints an “eight-page special lift-out” where readers can get “limited edition one-ply toilet newspaper sheets”. Atop the NT News’ front page for Thursday is an advertisement for a limited-edition lift-out which can be used as toilet paper titled “run out