"Helping Kiwis live better every day" is the Warehouse motto. Now it's laying off staff and closing stores.
California was one of the first states to enact shelter-in-place orders.
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Four researchers studied California's shelter-in-place orders to figure out how many lives were saved by its early enactment. Here's what they found.
Essential workers don’t always have access to the PPE they need.
Low-wage workers are less likely than high-wage workers to have access to things like masks, hand sanitizer and training on how to prevent COVID-19 transmission.
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In spite of increased economic, political and social interactions, Nigeria-China relations are dented by old and new racism.
Fewer students from abroad expected to study in the U.S.
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If fewer students from other countries enroll in US colleges and universities this fall due to COVID-19, the effects would be felt well beyond the campus, an expert warns.
There are strong psychological drivers underpinning the impulse to splurge hard-earned money online. There are also some simple ways to stop.
A restaurant in Bangkok created plastic partitions and moved its tables farther apart to separate guests in a normally tight space.
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It's hard to eat while wearing a face mask, and social distancing isn't easy in restaurants' normally tight quarters. An infectious disease expert offers some tips on what to look for to stay safe.
Uncertainty and hardship will make many relationships more vulnerable.
On this episode of Politics with Michelle Grattan, shadow treasurer Jim Chalmers joins the podcast to discuss the prospect of economic 'snap-back' in the months to come.
COVID-19 is forcing us to look at business differently.
Michelle Grattan talks with Assistant Professor Caroline Fisher (remotely) about the week in politics.
Not only have people lost jobs, they have also stopped looking for work.
Younger, unmarried or less educated workers are feeling the brunt of the economic effects of COVID-19. The fallout may deepen already existing inequalities.
Trump addresses the Paycheck Protection Program at a meeting.
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The government wants to help small businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic, but the definition of “small” is still pretty big.
Research the career paths of those who have the job you want.
Trying to land your dream job during the COVID-19 pandemic may be a daunting challenge. Two university-based job coaches offer insights on how to think more long-term.
Enterprise bargaining provisions take up seemingly endless pages in the Fair Work Act. When we talk about IR "reform", we need to make the system simpler for workers.
Employment levels regularly dip after crisis.
As larger percentages of the U.S. population become infected, a study shows how direct medical expenses for treating COVID-19 will rise. Those costs will come back to everyone.
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Reopening state economies too soon risks a second wave of the pandemic, and a surge in medical costs. Anyone who pays insurance premiums and taxes will be picking up the tab.
Alberta’s new ministerial orders modify some industrial environmental reporting requirements in the province.
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Alberta has modified its environmental rules, becoming the first to do so during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Social distancing on the metro in Milan.
An audio version of an in depth article on four possible futures for the world after coronavirus.
A member of the Nigerian Health Task Force fumigates a building in Abuja, Nigeria, as the city struggles to curb the spread of coronavirus.
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Africa's leaders need to implement COVID-19 policies that protects African economies from the health crisis.