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Katie Holmes’ new beau’s ex Rachel Emmons smiles as she’s pictured for first time since being dumped

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The ex-fiancée of Katie Holmes’ new boyfriend looks carefree and happy as she’s pictured for the first time since the new romance was revealed.

After Holmes, 41, and 33-year-old Emilio Vitolo Jr. have been spotted kissing in New York City, Rachel Emmons headed to Northern California to celebrate a friend’s 25th birthday.

In photo gallery of what her fellow actress friend Alexandrea Meyer called ‘a crazy year & an even trippier birthday week’ Emmons, 24, is seen smiling as the pair sit together on the floor and pose for a snap.

In the caption for the images posted Saturday that show hiking and a special dinner, Meyers says they had ‘a blast.’

Rachel Emmons (left) smiled widely in a picture posted Saturday with friend Alexandrea. She was pictured for the first time since it was revealed Katie Holmes is dating her ex-fiancee Emilio Vitolo Jr

Rachel Emmons (left) smiled widely in a picture posted Saturday with friend Alexandrea. She was pictured for the first time since it was revealed Katie Holmes is dating her ex-fiancee Emilio Vitolo Jr

Rachel Emmons (left) smiled widely in a picture posted Saturday with friend Alexandrea. She was pictured for the first time since it was revealed Katie Holmes is dating her ex-fiancee Emilio Vitolo Jr

Katie Holmes had been secretly getting close to her engaged boytoy Emilio Vitolo for months before their romance was revealed, as the actress rebounded from her heartbreak over Jamie Foxx, an insider exclusively told DailyMail.com

Katie Holmes had been secretly getting close to her engaged boytoy Emilio Vitolo for months before their romance was revealed, as the actress rebounded from her heartbreak over Jamie Foxx, an insider exclusively told DailyMail.com

Katie Holmes had been secretly getting close to her engaged boytoy Emilio Vitolo for months before their romance was revealed, as the actress rebounded from her heartbreak over Jamie Foxx, an insider exclusively told DailyMail.com

DailyMail.com revealed on Wednesday that Vitolo broke up with his live-in fiancée 24-year-old Rachel Emmons (pictured together) by text when handsy photos of him and Holmes were published, blindsiding the handbag designer and forcing her to move back home

DailyMail.com revealed on Wednesday that Vitolo broke up with his live-in fiancée 24-year-old Rachel Emmons (pictured together) by text when handsy photos of him and Holmes were published, blindsiding the handbag designer and forcing her to move back home

DailyMail.com revealed on Wednesday that Vitolo broke up with his live-in fiancée 24-year-old Rachel Emmons (pictured together) by text when handsy photos of him and Holmes were published, blindsiding the handbag designer and forcing her to move back home

Emmons has deleted pictures with Vitolo from her Instagram account. 

An insider has said Holmes had been devastated by her breakup last year with Jamie Foxx, 52, who never seemed to give up his roving eye and was still too close for comfort with the mother of his child.

Holmes is now acting ‘like a teenage girl in love’ because Vitolo is ‘openly affectionate with her, left his fiancée to be with her and gives her something Jamie couldn’t,’ the source added. 

The insider told DailyMail.com: ‘Katie and Emilio met through mutual friends and have been ”friendly” since October of last year.

‘Katie definitely knew Emilio had a fiancée and started something with him while he was very much living with his fiancée.

‘They have been strong since March, but it got more serious after she returned from Ohio where she kept quarantine with her family.’

DailyMail.com published photos of the lovebirds kissing outside various restaurants in New York City, including Holmes sitting on Vitolo’s lap and planting a kiss on him.

She visited Northern California for a friend's birthday and which was described as 'a blast' in a social media post on Saturday

She visited Northern California for a friend's birthday and which was described as 'a blast' in a social media post on Saturday

She visited Northern California for a friend’s birthday and which was described as ‘a blast’ in a social media post on Saturday

Her friend shared an image of a birthday dinner with her friends as Emmons escaped NYC

Her friend shared an image of a birthday dinner with her friends as Emmons escaped NYC

Her friend shared an image of a birthday dinner with her friends as Emmons escaped NYC

On Tuesday, Vitolo and Holmes were seen passionately kissing one another at his father’s famous Nolita restaurant, Emilio’s Ballato. The chef’s father Emilio Vitolo Snr. sat close by, proving that Holmes is already well in with the family.

The insider said: ‘Maybe she’s just enjoying this fling because she’s had such a hard six years with Jamie.’

Holmes was upset by Foxx never giving up his roving eye and that he was still cozy with his ex-girlfriend and baby mama Kristin Grannis, according to the source. 

They added: ‘Jamie broke Katie into pieces. It took Katie a while to get over it and she had a lot of drunken nights.

‘Everyone is surprised by the way this romance happened and how open Katie is being about her new man.

‘Some of her relatives are upset, they do not understand why Katie acts like a teenage girl in love with so many silly and ridiculous displays of love, she is 41 years old and they expect her to act like one.’

Indeed, it’s certainly a surprise to see Holmes put on such a public display of affection, as she has previously been notoriously private about her personal life. 

DailyMail.com understands that Vitolo texted Emmons the day the pictures were published, perhaps aware that his relationship with Holmes was about to be blown wide open

DailyMail.com understands that Vitolo texted Emmons the day the pictures were published, perhaps aware that his relationship with Holmes was about to be blown wide open

DailyMail.com understands that Vitolo texted Emmons the day the pictures were published, perhaps aware that his relationship with Holmes was about to be blown wide open

In other posts that have now been deleted Emmons happily pictured bridal gowns and the couple introduce their puppy Frank (pictured). Last August Emmons posted: 'You are my favorite part of life and I will love you forever'

In other posts that have now been deleted Emmons happily pictured bridal gowns and the couple introduce their puppy Frank (pictured). Last August Emmons posted: 'You are my favorite part of life and I will love you forever'

In other posts that have now been deleted Emmons happily pictured bridal gowns and the couple introduce their puppy Frank (pictured). Last August Emmons posted: ‘You are my favorite part of life and I will love you forever’

She was married to Tom Cruise from 2006 to 2012. During that time they had daughter Suri, now 14, who is often seen accompanying Holmes.

After that Holmes began dating Jamie Foxx, who she was first linked to in 2013 when the pair was seen strolling hand in hand through Malibu.

The pair never officially confirmed they were dating but attended the Met Gala together in 2019. 

But by summer reports of a split began to emerge after Foxx was photographed holding hands with singer Sela Vave, 21, that August.

At the time insiders told People the two split months earlier because the relationship had run ‘its course,’ explaining: ‘This industry is very tough on relationships.’

They went on to say there were no bitter feelings between the pair, who simply grew apart.

Meanwhile, Vitolo’s ex-fiancee Emmons is ‘traumatized’ by the sudden breakup.

Emmons, a designer who founded Anna Rachel Studio, had been dating Vitolo for more than two years and the couple announced their engagement unofficially via Instagram last year.

According to a friend who asked not to be named: ‘Up to this press coming out Rachel had no idea what was going on. He is a cheater, and this isn’t a ”happy ending” story.’ 

The insider explained Holmes had been devastated by her breakup with playboy Jamie Foxx, 52, last year and is now acting 'like a teenage girl in love' because Vitolo is 'openly affectionate with her, left his fiancée to be with her and gives her something Jamie couldn't.' Pictured: Holmes and Foxx at the Met Gala together in May 2019

The insider explained Holmes had been devastated by her breakup with playboy Jamie Foxx, 52, last year and is now acting 'like a teenage girl in love' because Vitolo is 'openly affectionate with her, left his fiancée to be with her and gives her something Jamie couldn't.' Pictured: Holmes and Foxx at the Met Gala together in May 2019

The insider explained Holmes had been devastated by her breakup with playboy Jamie Foxx, 52, last year and is now acting ‘like a teenage girl in love’ because Vitolo is ‘openly affectionate with her, left his fiancée to be with her and gives her something Jamie couldn’t.’ Pictured: Holmes and Foxx at the Met Gala together in May 2019

The friend said the pretty designer had ‘devoted her life’ to Vitolo and the couple not only lived together, but had shared a puppy together since last May.

The friend said: ‘They had concrete wedding plans in the works…now she is just left with bad press and forced to move home.’

DailyMail.com understands that Vitolo texted Emmons the day the pictures were published, perhaps aware that his relationship with Holmes was about to be blown wide open.

Vitolo’s father is the owner of celebrity favorite Emilio’s Ballato in New York’s Nolita district. 

He works as a chef there alongside his brother Antony, 29, and has often been pictured with the restaurant’s famous frequenters.

Among them are Barack and Malia Obama, Danny DeVito, friend Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner, Bella Hadid and David Schwimmer.

His social media is a catalogue of photographs of him with famous faces.

According to the friend who reached out to DailyMail.com on Emmons’ behalf and on condition of anonymity the fall-out of the revelation that Holmes and Vitolo Jr are together has left Emmons ‘traumatized’ as her world has been pulled out from under her.

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Donald Trump demands US attorneys launch an investigation into Ilhan Omar over ‘harvested ballots’

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President Trump took to Twitter just after midnight on Monday and demanded that the Justice Department investigate Democratic House Rep. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota for alleged ‘ballot harvesting.’

‘This is totally illegal,’ the president tweeted on Monday morning.

‘Hope that the U.S. Attorney in Minnesota has this, and other of her many misdeeds, under serious review???

‘If not, why not??? ‘We will win Minnesota because of her, and law enforcement.

‘Saved Minneapolis & Iron O Range!’

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House Rep. Ilhan Omar

House Rep. Ilhan Omar

President Trump (left) called on his own Justice Department to investigate House Rep. Ilhan Omar (right), a Democrat from Minnesota, over alleged voter fraud by her supporters

‘This is totally illegal,’ the president tweeted on Monday. ‘Hope that the U.S. Attorney in Minnesota has this, and other of her many misdeeds, under serious review??? If not, why not???'

‘This is totally illegal,’ the president tweeted on Monday. ‘Hope that the U.S. Attorney in Minnesota has this, and other of her many misdeeds, under serious review??? If not, why not???'

‘This is totally illegal,’ the president tweeted on Monday. ‘Hope that the U.S. Attorney in Minnesota has this, and other of her many misdeeds, under serious review??? If not, why not???’

Trump was reacting on Monday to an unconfirmed internet report from conservative provocateur James O’Keefe of Project Veritas claiming that supporters of Omar were illegally harvesting ballots. 

According to O’Keefe, a Minneapolis resident, Liban Mohamed, illegally collected some 300 ballots from primarily Somali immigrants to help his brother, City Councilman Jamal Osman.

On Twitter, Mohamed claimed O’Keefe doctored the video and that the voice heard on the Project Veritas is not his, as is claimed.

Omar is one of four Democratic congresswomen known collectively as ‘The Squad’ who has frequently been targeted for criticism by the president and his supporters.

The others are House Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York; Rashida Tlaib of Michigan; and Ayanna Pressley of Massachusetts. 

Last week, Trump again went after Omar at an election rally in Pennsylvania, suggesting that the U.S. isn’t her country. 

‘She’s telling us how to run our country. How did you do where you came from?’ Trump said of the Somali-born Democrat, who’s a U.S. citizen. 

‘How was your country doing?’ the president added. 

Omar hit back at Trump’s comments, even calling his rallies ‘cult-like.’     

‘Firstly, this is my country and I am a member of the House that impeached you,’ the Minnesota lawmaker tweeted. 

‘Secondly, I fled civil war when I was 8. An 8-year-old doesn’t run a country even though you run our country like one.’  

Minnesota is considered a key swing state in the upcoming presidential election.

According to the latest polls compiled by the news site FiveThirtyEight, Trump’s Democratic opponent, Joe Biden, has a six-point lead in the state. 

The president on Monday was reacting to an unverified claim made by conservative political activist James O'Keefe (seen above in February) that supporters of Omar in Minneapolis were illegally engaged in 'ballot harvesting'

The president on Monday was reacting to an unverified claim made by conservative political activist James O'Keefe (seen above in February) that supporters of Omar in Minneapolis were illegally engaged in 'ballot harvesting'

The president on Monday was reacting to an unverified claim made by conservative political activist James O’Keefe (seen above in February) that supporters of Omar in Minneapolis were illegally engaged in ‘ballot harvesting’

O'Keefe's Project Veritas released a video claiming that Liban Mohamed, the brother of Minneapolis City Councilman Jamal Osman, illegally dropped off some 300 ballots during the recent election

O'Keefe's Project Veritas released a video claiming that Liban Mohamed, the brother of Minneapolis City Councilman Jamal Osman, illegally dropped off some 300 ballots during the recent election

O’Keefe’s Project Veritas released a video claiming that Liban Mohamed, the brother of Minneapolis City Councilman Jamal Osman, illegally dropped off some 300 ballots during the recent election

Mohamed took to Twitter late on Sunday and accused O'Keefe of doctoring the video and using a fake voice that wasn't his

Mohamed took to Twitter late on Sunday and accused O'Keefe of doctoring the video and using a fake voice that wasn't his

Mohamed took to Twitter late on Sunday and accused O’Keefe of doctoring the video and using a fake voice that wasn’t his

O’Keefe has frequently been accused of selectively editing videos secretly filmed in undercover sting operations aimed at catching liberals in compromising situations.

In 2010, O’Keefe pleaded guilty in federal court to a misdemeanor count of using a fake ID to enter a federal building.

O’Keefe and three others posed as telephone repairmen in order to sneak into the office of Senator Mary Landrieu, a Democrat, in New Orleans.

He was sentenced to three years probation, 100 hours of community service, and was hit with a $1,500 fine.

In 2017, Project Veritas tried to get The Washington Post to run a false story about US Senate candidate Roy Moore by having one of its female operatives claim that the former judge from Alabama impregnated her when she was a teenager.

The Post reported that Project Veritas tried to plant the fake story in order to discredit the newspaper, which had published several news items about Moore’s alleged conduct with underage women.

Moore lost the race for the US Senate seat from Alabama in 2018 after several women came forward and alleged that he assaulted them when they were teens decades ago. Moore has denied the allegations.

O’Keefe and Project Veritas are now claiming that Democrats are engaged in rampant voter fraud. 

Democrats say Trump and his allies are looking to sow doubt in the integrity of the upcoming election by making unsubstantiated allegations of wrongdoing. 

Ballot harvesting, also known as ‘ballot collection,’ is legal in a majority of states.

'Ballot harvesting' is also known as 'ballot collection,' which is a legal practice in many states that allows third parties to collect ballots on behalf of impaired or disabled voters who are unable to physically get to polling places. In Minnesota, the law allows a third party to collect no more than three ballots. The above file photo is a 2008 election ballot in Minnesota

'Ballot harvesting' is also known as 'ballot collection,' which is a legal practice in many states that allows third parties to collect ballots on behalf of impaired or disabled voters who are unable to physically get to polling places. In Minnesota, the law allows a third party to collect no more than three ballots. The above file photo is a 2008 election ballot in Minnesota

‘Ballot harvesting’ is also known as ‘ballot collection,’ which is a legal practice in many states that allows third parties to collect ballots on behalf of impaired or disabled voters who are unable to physically get to polling places. In Minnesota, the law allows a third party to collect no more than three ballots. The above file photo is a 2008 election ballot in Minnesota

It allows a third party to collect and deliver ballots to voters.

Although widely practiced and rarely found to be abused, the rule permitting a third party to collect and return multiple ballots remains a source of partisan dispute.

More than half of states allow a third party to collect ballots.

And political groups and campaigns from both parties have run ballot-collection programs aimed at boosting turnout and ensuring voters who are older, homebound, disabled, or live far from US postal services can get their ballot returned.

Trump and the GOP contend ‘ballot harvesting’ opens the door for fraud and have fought to restrict it.

This has escalated as states prepare for greater reliance on absentee voting or vote-by-mail amid COVID-19.

In Minnesota, the law states that a third party can return no more than three ballots.

California since 2016 has allowed for someone to collect an unlimited number of ballots from voters, though it does bar someone from being paid based on how many ballots they return.

This year, Republicans and Democrats have squared off in lawsuits over the third-party collection of ballots in Pennsylvania, Florida and Minnesota. 

In Wisconsin, a conservative law firm known as the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty requested that election officials outlaw the process. 

Though that state’s laws don’t specifically address ‘ballot harvesting,’ officials said they weren’t aware of any efforts to systematically collect absentee ballots in the state and did not impose a rule prohibiting it.  

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Huge crocodile devours a pet dog at one of Australia’s most popular beaches as children play nearby

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Calls are mounting for action to be taken after a massive crocodile devoured a pet dog before it was spotted close to children.

Cairns lifeguard Bob McPhail said he feared for people’s safety after he saw the three-metre crocodile next to the Alamanda Great Barrier Reef Chapel, at Palm Cove, on the weekend.

‘It could grab a child any day of the week, and I’m talking about a 13 or 14-year-old, we’re here to protect people in the ocean but no one is backing me up,’ he told The Courier Mail.

Mr McPhail said a local doctor was walking his Staffordshire bull terrier at about 5.45am on September 23 when he lost site of the dog near the water’s edge. 

‘There was a screeching, a barking, and then gone. The croc is as fat as a pig, it’s got a full belly which is obviously the dog,’ he said.

A veteran lifeguard said he fears for people's safety after seeing a crocodile (pictured) only metres from children one day after it devoured a local doctor's pet dog

A veteran lifeguard said he fears for people's safety after seeing a crocodile (pictured) only metres from children one day after it devoured a local doctor's pet dog

A veteran lifeguard said he fears for people’s safety after seeing a crocodile (pictured) only metres from children one day after it devoured a local doctor’s pet dog

The crocodile has already been reported but Mr McPhail said authorities told him it was within its natural habitat.   

He said it was ‘crazy’ the animal hadn’t been relocated especially because the swim leg of a recent triathlon event was held nearby.

‘How do you think I will feel if a five-year-old gets taken this afternoon and I’ve done nothing?’ he said. 

A trap was set up in the waterway earlier this year but proved ineffective against the animal.

It’s believed the same crocodile attacked a cafe owner’s pet Kelpie in April, leaving it with severe gashes, but alive. 

Mr McPhail said if the authorities didn’t act soon it could ‘get someone killed’. 

Daily Mail Australia has contacted the Department of Environment and Science for comment.   

A trap has been left in the waterway at Palm Cove (pictured) for months but it has proven ineffective against the two to three-metre crocodile

A trap has been left in the waterway at Palm Cove (pictured) for months but it has proven ineffective against the two to three-metre crocodile

A trap has been left in the waterway at Palm Cove (pictured) for months but it has proven ineffective against the two to three-metre crocodile

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Sam Newman takes another swing at Daniel Andrews, describing him as ‘Victoria’s dopey Joe Biden’

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Controversial media personality Sam Newman has had another crack at under-pressure Premier Daniel Andrews, describing him as ‘Victoria’s dopey Joe Biden.’

The 300-game AFL Geelong Cats champion and former Footy Show host vented his frustrations as a string of strict stage four lockdown restrictions were relaxed in Melbourne.

While swimming in pools and personal training sessions outdoors are now permitted in the two hours of daily exercise, golf remains off-limits. 

A renowned golf tragic, Newman saw Sunday’s announcement as another excuse to take another potshot at the Premier, likening him to presidential candidate and former US vice president Joe Biden.

Sam Newman has once again attacked the Victorian Premier over lockdown restrictions

Sam Newman has once again attacked the Victorian Premier over lockdown restrictions

Sam Newman has once again attacked the Victorian Premier over lockdown restrictions

‘Andrews has become Victoria’s dopey Joe Biden. To say communal swimming is ok (because it doesn’t require a facility), but golf is not, shows the IQ required of an elected official. Unwittingly, he has given consent for sedition. #victorialockdown,’ Newman tweeted on Sunday.

His views sparked several hundred comments and divided opinion. 

‘You can mingle in a park with a 100 strangers but can’t play a round of golf with your friends. Where is the data and science behind all these bogus decisions? Never been a more incompetent government in our history,’ one person agreed.

Another added: ‘Access to playing golf can be easily modified – just hypothetically you could restrict rounds to nine holes, extend minutes between tee off times, max two in a group, no access to change rooms.’

But many others welcomed the phased easing of lockdown and disagreed with Newman. 

While swimming in outdoor pools and personal training sessions are allowed in Melbourne, golf remains off-limit. Pictured is a return to outdoor personal training sessions on Monday

While swimming in outdoor pools and personal training sessions are allowed in Melbourne, golf remains off-limit. Pictured is a return to outdoor personal training sessions on Monday

While swimming in outdoor pools and personal training sessions are allowed in Melbourne, golf remains off-limit. Pictured is a return to outdoor personal training sessions on Monday

It's not the first time the  Geelong Cats great has taken aim at  Premier Daniel Andrews

It's not the first time the  Geelong Cats great has taken aim at  Premier Daniel Andrews

It’s not the first time the  Geelong Cats great has taken aim at  Premier Daniel Andrews

‘I dunno Sam. A bunch of old codgers, susceptible the virus hanging out together compared to lone submerged swimmers in outdoor pools where the scientific evidence shows the virus does not spread in pools, chlorinated etc. But ya know, gotta have that IQ I suppose,’ one man tweeted.

Another added: ‘It is all about reducing the risk and movement of people. The more activities that are allowed straight away, the more chance of a  third wave. We are 40 per cent chance of a third wave if we open up too quick. Golf can wait a couple of weeks.’

Newman’s latest comments come a fortnight after he called for manslaughter charges to be laid against Andrews over his handling of the pandemic.

Of the 872 lives lost to coronavirus in Australia, 784 were in Victoria. 

Melbourne golfers returned to fairways in May following a two month hiatus before courses were shut down again in the wake of Victoria's horror second wave of coronavirus

Melbourne golfers returned to fairways in May following a two month hiatus before courses were shut down again in the wake of Victoria's horror second wave of coronavirus

Melbourne golfers returned to fairways in May following a two month hiatus before courses were shut down again in the wake of Victoria’s horror second wave of coronavirus

He also urged his fellow Victorians to protest the lockdown last month.

‘Of all the protests that we have put up with, how about a quarter million of us gather in the CBD to take the City/State back, before EVERY previous march will have been pointless,’ he tweeted at the time.

Newman was forced to backtrack on his comments and received a warning from police.

Melbourne’s 9pm to 5am curfew was lifted on Monday after being enforced for eight weeks in a bid to bring the state’s second deadly wave under control.

Daniel Andrews (pictured on Monday) was described as 'Victoria's Joe Biden' by Sam Newman

Daniel Andrews (pictured on Monday) was described as 'Victoria's Joe Biden' by Sam Newman

Daniel Andrews (pictured on Monday) was described as ‘Victoria’s Joe Biden’ by Sam Newman

An estimated 127,000 workers will be able to return to their jobs and childcare centres can reopen.

The majority of these workers are in manufacturing, construction, distribution centres, warehouses and abattoirs.  

Outdoor gatherings of up to five people from two households will are allowed.

Non-essential businesses are still banned from reopening, with restaurants only available for takeaway.

A Melbourne paddleboarder takes advantage of the spring weather and eased restrictions

A Melbourne paddleboarder takes advantage of the spring weather and eased restrictions

A Melbourne paddleboarder takes advantage of the spring weather and eased restrictions

Melbourne’s two-hour exercise limit and 5km travel restriction remain but Mr Andrews foreshadowed full freedom of movement could come on October 19 ahead of AFL grand final weekend. 

Just five new coronavirus cases and three more  deaths were recorded in Victoria on Monday’s the state’s the lowest daily rise in infections since June 12

 ‘We are so close to being able to take a really big step — big step towards that Covid normal,’Mr Andrews told reporters on Monday.

Melbourne’s eased restrictions

Evening curfew was lifted from 5am Monday

New massive $5,000 fine comes in for breaching gathering limits

Five people can exercise together 5km from home, but not visit each other

Solo hospital and nursing home visits allowed for two hours a day

Primary schools reopen on October 12, as do universities for final year students

Childcare reopens on Monday 

Workers can exercise near workplaces, not just their homes

Outdoor pools reopen, fishing and hiking allowed (still 5km from home) but golf, tennis, etc still banned

Sole trader gardening and pet grooming allowed to operate

Elective surgery slowly returns to 75 per cent capacity

Meat processing plants back to 80 per cent capacity, factories to 90 per cent

Weddings allowed with five people, same limit for religious services held outside

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