Victoria has recorded another 41 cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, the biggest spike for a single day in three months.
It was supposed to be the key to ending lockdown, but two months after it was launched and COVIDSafe is yet to identify any unknown cases.
A desperate attempt by New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern to sway voting in our joint World Cup bid fell on deaf ears as the Poms went rogue.
A new report has provided three expert models for how the coronavirus pandemic will play out, including a worst-case scenario.
As well as aviation, COVID-19 means the writing’s on the wall for four more Aussie sectors.
Qantas’ decision to cull 6000 jobs has sparked outrage, but there’s one phrase CEO Alan Joyce used to announce the cuts that really ruffled feathers.
Amid the massive blow to the national carrier’s workforce, Qantas chief Alan Joyce has revealed we won’t be going overseas anytime soon.
Grants and loans totalling $250 million will be available for the arts sector as the prime minister aims to give the industry clarity on when it can reopen.
Scott Morrison has rejected the pleas of numerous Australian icons to extend JobKeeper fo a group of Australians beyond September.
Buying limits in supermarkets have been reinstated after a virus spike, leaving many declaring it proof we failed to learn from our mistakes.
As the popular department store battles empty shelves and unhappy customers, experts say there‘s only one factor to blame – China.
Victoria has requested ADF assistance to help bring second wave under control with hundreds of soldiers patrolling hotel sites and hotspots.
Labor leader Anthony Albanese has written a letter to PM Scott Morrison dubbed “a surrender note”, suggesting an end to a stalemate.
Shoppers have pleaded with Coles and Woolworths to “act now” before a “second wave of stupidity” empties shelves in parts of Melbourne.
Australia’s number of new coronavirus cases per day has surged, rising to its highest level in more than six weeks.
The proposed plan would give Aussies the option to complete 14 days of quarantine in a Fijian hotel — which doesn’t sound too bad at all.
Two primary schools in Melbourne have been shut for three days to undergo deep cleaning as students test positive for coronavirus.
Apple has finally unveiled iOS 14, revealing a series of new features you can expect from your iPhone in 2020.
The WHO boss has shared an alarming virus statistic that has dispelled any notion we may be near the end of the pandemic.
A NSW facility responsible for one fifth of Australia’s coronavirus deaths has been lashed by grieving families for its “horrific” handling of the crisis.
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