The employer-led drive is expected to reach more than 13 million people, including suppliers and workers’ families, boosting the country’s slow vaccine rollout.
Victoria’s lockdown to stop the spread of COVID came at a price with jobs and wages falling across the country in early June.
As a former department store employee, I can see the difference in staff levels since online shopping and fast fashion came on the scene.
A two-goal burst from young guns Stefan Colakovski and Marco Tilio have set up what should be a home grand final for the A-League premiers – but COVID restrictions could […]
Even though the Delta variant has hit a school in North Melbourne, we shouldn’t be rushing yet to vaccinate kids.
Home quarantine, vaccination certificates and enticements for people to get the jab are getting the rest of the world moving again while Australia dithers.
Outgoing Australian Medical Association Victoria president Julian Rait says the Victorian government has a “long-standing culture of defensiveness”.
Eastern suburbs residents have been warned testing rates are “nowhere near” what they should be in an outbreak, as other states start to place restrictions on travel.
Sydney players are bracing to go back into bubble life if the latest COVID cluster isn’t immediately brought under control.
The World Health Organisation’s chief scientist says the variant, more infectious than others, will soon be dominant globally.
Close to 100,000 junior footballers will return to the field across Victoria this weekend following the easing of COVID restrictions.
Saturday looms as D-day for COVID protocols before game two as the Queensland government closed the border to people who have visited the Waverley area.
The virus has more tricks up its sleeve – and it’s not over anywhere until it’s over everywhere.
Support for the Andrews government has dropped since the last state election but the Coalition has failed to make up ground.
One of the first cruises scheduled to sail from the United States has been postponed after eight crew members tested positive for the coronavirus during routine testing.
The government has eased rules for Victoria’s latest lockdown, here’s everything you need to know.
Pandemic conditions and crop damage could be aligning for a perfect famine storm. Meanwhile, Kim’s health is the subject of speculation again.
Hundreds of residents in a Melbourne townhouse complex are anxiously waiting the results of coronavirus tests, Australia and the UK have marked a new era in international relations and a […]
The Australian Human Rights Commission has warned that a deadly COVID-19 outbreak remains a risk in immigration detention, particularly at Christmas Island and in its hotels.
But researchers note reading to children at home can improve literacy outcomes, which in turn boost ongoing skill levels as they became adults.
In a small flat above his family’s clothing store, Daniel Assef waits like so many in his town, alone and patiently, for his final COVID test after potential exposure.
While more women were rewarded this year, it seems COVID workers and Peta Credlin got honoured simply for doing their jobs.
People embrace through plastic screens and ancient traditions are reimagined as the pandemic reframes our vision of the world.
Modelling by a medical institute has found thousands of people could die of COVID-19 in Victoria in the event of a highly infectious outbreak if no restrictions are in place,
Britain is already offering free rapid antigen testing to all citizens twice weekly. Australia doesn’t need to build more quarantine
Let’s not make this a pile-on. It will only stop others coming forward to get tested.
The city of Guangzhou tested practically its entire population of 18.7 million over three days following an outbreak of the Delta variant.
With less than a fifth of the state’s businesses fully recovered from COVID, the sector wants more certainty around future lockdowns and a clear path out of the pandemic.
There is a lack of urgency in making schools COVID-safe to minimise the risk of future closures.
Politicians talk about reviving the city centre but there’s a view that COVID has achieved the decentralisation agenda that years of policy could not. Some say this is a good […]