Over the past week, we've seen about 350 new cases per day. If this rate continues, Australia’s current ICU system will be able to cope.
The unintended loophole allows some people to keep their income and cut the tax rate on some of it to 15%.
Australia has not contained the epidemic as well as it could have.
Would you drink a martini while others tried to stop a boulder from crushing a crowd? In the coronavirus crisis, we are all responsible for the outcome – and we need to start behaving that way.
The government has announced direct cash transfers to poorer households, but major challenges remain in providing for the 500 million employed in the informal economy.
COVID-19 presents a social as well as a medical crisis, and we will need many different kinds of expertise to survive it
Companies ought to take this time to take stock of and imagine different possible scenarios and to collaborate with their key people.
Gullibility, cynicism, pride, closed mindedness, negligence and wishful thinking. If you can use any of these to describe your reasoning, it's likely you're committing a sin of thought.
Businesses are struggling in these difficult times — but there is a shimmer of hope in the incredible creativity, ingenuity and resilience that we see from around the globe.
Wild animals and animal parts are bought and sold worldwide, often illegally. This multibillion-dollar industry is pushing species to extinction, fueling crime and spreading disease.
Fear of COVID-19 has sparked some to react with violent racism towards Asian Americans and Canadians. This is not the first time fear of disease has led to outbreaks of violent anti-Asian racism.
As Africa prepares to face a perfect storm, it's time for Europe's approach towards Africa to show its teeth.
Nigeria's reliance on drug importation is worrisome as COVID-19 pandemic rages.
In reacting to the pandemic, architecture can reclaim its impact by conceding its loss of connection with public health, looking beyond Western thinking for its references.
Trying to maximise lives saved will inevitably be contentious and imperfect.
Beijing might have been ultra-tough on the pandemic, but it has been horizontal in response to the economic shock.
To support precarious households that can't access existing relief during lockdown and its aftermath, the government should implement a temporary increase in the value of the child support grant.
During the Black Death of the 1300s, medieval writers struggled to make sense of the disease just as we are now during the COVID-19 pandemic
Through social media experiences, both professional and amateur musicians-in-isolation offer community expressions of human spirit, and audiences appreciate their gifts.
In the aftermath of the plague, division and discord spread in medieval cities.