Australia's second-largest city has so far endured 262 days, or nearly nine months, of restrictions during six separate lockdowns since March 2020, representing the longest cumulative lockdown for any city in the world.
Dozens of events are planned worldwide to demand cuts in fossil fuel use and immediate help for communities already affected by climate change, particularly in poorer countries.
"It just feels great to be back in Australia, back in Melbourne,” Djokovic said. "This is the court and the stadium where I created the best memories of my professional tennis career."
In an incident that has baffled policemen in Australia, a thief has been caught on camera hooking a gold necklace with a fishing rod in a brazen nighttime theft from a designer store.