Over 285,000 businesses seek wage subsidy
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg is urging other countries to do more to prop up their economies amid the coronavirus crisis as 285,000 businesses seek wage subsidies.
Hospitals across Victoria are working to increase the capacity of their intensive care units and adapting for the pressure coronavirus will put on the system.
A pop-up COVID-19 testing clinic will be established in Bondi as the NSW government works to stop the spread of the virus within the backpacker community.
The first fines under Queensland Police’s new powers over gatherings have been issued to a brothel as the number of confirmed cases in the state rose to 743.
West Australians suffering financial hardship as a result of the COVID-19 epidemic won’t have their power or water disconnected under a new relief package.
Six Qantas baggage handlers working at Adelaide Airport have tested positive for the coronavirus, with about 100 others to be investigated.
Queensland should legalise voluntary assisted dying for terminally ill adults, a government committee says.
A Melbourne man accused of dangerous driving and killing his pregnant partner has pleaded not guilty to all charges, including several new ones.
A Sydney man thrown in jail after trying to breach self-isolation orders for the third time in two days has sobbed in court after learning he won’t get bail.
A man who tattooed Islamic State on his arm and was accused of having terrorist links will remain behind bars in NSW after he withdrew his parole application.
The Agriculture Department is banning live sheep exports to the Middle East during the hottest part of the year in a bid to reduce animal deaths.
Nearly $60 million has been given to meal delivery services to help elderly Australians stay at home while strict coronavirus measures are in place.
A NSW Supreme Court jury is considering its verdict in the murder trial of a Sydney man accused of drowning his severely disabled stepson in a bathtub.
The NSW District Court drug trial of two men has been aborted after one of the defendant’s lawyers withdrew due to coronavirus concerns.
Greater Shepparton has its first confirmed case of COVID-19, the state government has said in a statement today. The News understands the person was tested at Goulburn Valley Health. Another person has tested positive for the virus in Gannawarr...
Greater Shepparton has its second confirmed case of COVID-19, the state government has said in a statement today. Goulburn Valley Health have confirmed that a second person who tested positive for COVID-19 recently returned from overseas.
Greater Shepparton has reported a third confirmed case of COVID-19.