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PM Scott Morrison has announced the lifting of the 100-person cap on people at some venues. This is how the states are reacting.
Australia’s chief medical officer says there is no way of knowing if large protests will lead to a surge in coronavirus cases across the nation.
Sweden suffered its worst day for new virus cases, but officials say it is due to a long-delayed surge in testing.
Attendees at Donald Trump’s Juneteenth Tulsa rally will sign a waiver that they won’t sue the US president if they catch COVID-19.
The Australian share market fell heavily today, providing a sobering and costly reality check for those investing in a sharp recovery.
Australia’s Treasury Secretary has accepted responsibility for the JobKeeper bungle that saw the government over-estimate its cost by billions.
China has scratched one of the world's most trafficked animals from its list of approved medicinal ingredients after it was linked to the spread of COVID-19 to humans.
One of the worst coronavirus spikes ever recorded has hit a city of 18 million people. Its outbreak is now worse than Wuhan's at its peak.
Following an ongoing debate around the reopening of borders around the country, state and territory leaders have been served a new warning.
Further restrictions will be lifted from Saturday in NSW after the state recorded more than two weeks of no community transmissions.