Marcia Macmillan’s winning landscape photograph: Whimsical Warrior.
Head On Festival
The Head On Photo Festival showcases documentary photography. Luckily, it's an artform that lends itself well to online display and celebration.
Redundancies can can leave businesses ill-placed placed for revival. The real estate listings firm Domain is trying something more promising.
The enduring popularity of knitting lies in its practicality, portability and mental health benefits. As the mercury drops and we head outside for bracing walks, it's time to knit a woollen scarf.
Feature artwork: Great Spirit and Rainbow Serpent – Jeffrey Samuels (used with permission, no re-use)
Explore Cook's journey through the Pacific, the orders that brought him in search of the 'Great Southern Land' and the impact of his arrival in our new interactive.
A scene from the author’s film The Message, commissioned by the National Museum of Australia. At the first encounter in Botany Bay, two Gweagal warriors threw stones and spears at Cook, saying ‘warrawarrawa’, meaning ‘they are all dead’.
Nik Lachajczak of Zakpage
Incidents from Cook's first voyage highlight themes relevant in Indigenous-settler relations today: environmental care, reconciliation and governance. This collision of beliefs, it seems, wasn't lost on Cook.
It is almost impossible for asylum seekers held in detention to practise social distancing. For their protection, and that of the wider community, the government must take action now.
Le prix au comptant du West Texas Intermediate (WTI) a atteint moins 40,32 dollars le baril le lundi 20 avril.
La crise économique mondiale et la saturation des capacités de stockage américaines expliquent pourquoi les prix sont entrés en territoire négatif en début de semaine.
So low has the demand for oil sunk that the US is running out of places to store it.
It's time to talk to your loved ones about what care and treatment you'd want if you face death from COVID-19.
As many as 80% of those infected with coronavirus don't show symptoms. The reasons why are likely to come down to how your immune system responds to the virus.
Expanding planned burning is often touted as a way to lessen the risk of bushfires. But this burn-off season is bad news for the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fear of contracting coronavirus in hospital means people could be suffering in silence at home without getting the essential care they need.
Developed nations like Spain struggled to provide enough hospital beds for coronavirus patients, so what are poorer nations to do?
COVID-19 is creating overwhelming needs for intensive care and testing facilities. An Australian team is developing purpose-built units that can be shipped and erected quickly, easily and cheaply.
We can use the sudden gift of free time to prepare for the labour market of the future.
AAP Image/Dave Hunt
Many people are unaware of their rights and options if they receive a penalty notice, especially if they think they've done nothing wrong.
Neil Hall/EPA/AAP Image
Controlled coughing can help people with cystic fibrosis, under supervision and in hospital. But when done at home, it could help spread the coronavirus.
AAP Image/Richard Wainwright
Are we all in this together? Or looking after numero uno? Messages about isolation need to appeal to Australia's individualistic culture - and they don't have to come from the top.
The Warrick Lane redevelopment is a major construction project overseen by local government.
Blacktown City Council/Facebook
Local councils work hand in hand with industries like construction. If the downturn is allowed to cripple councils, that will also hit essential businesses hard.
Mechanical ventilators are often used in life and death situations, treating patients with pneumonia, brain injury and stroke. One mechanical ventilator can cost up to A$82,000.
Even before COVID-19, 22% of international students often went without food or necessities and almost half depended on paid work to cover the rent. With many of their jobs gone, they're now desperate.