The number of coronavirus cases recorded worldwide topped 18 million on Monday.
Australia on Sunday introduced sweeping new measures to control a growing coronavirus outbreak in its second-biggest city, including an overnight curfew and a ban on weddings for the first time during the pandemic.
An independent review of Australian gymnastics was announced Thursday after a host of former athletes went public with accounts of physical, mental and emotional abuse in the sport.
Australia on Monday posted its highest number of new coronavirus cases since the pandemic began, even as officials expressed hope outbreaks in locked-down Melbourne may have peaked.
With authorities reporting ten fatalities Sunday and a rise in new infections.
Australia reports a record 502 new coronavirus infections Wednesday.
Ekaterina Alexandrovskaya, who represented Australia at the 2018 Olympics in Pyeongchang, has died aged 20 after falling out of the window in Moscow, her coach said on Saturday.
Australia’s second-biggest city will make it compulsory to wear a mask in public, authorities announced Sunday, as Melbourne steps up efforts to bring a coronavirus outbreak under control.
The governments of Australia and Germany, along with the UN Development Programme, this week took the lead in assisting the impoverished families of the Kingdom.
A new coronavirus cluster emerged at a city pub on the heels of outbreak in Melbourne.
Australia will slash the number of returning citizens allowed into the country by half as it struggles to contain a worsening coronavirus outbreak in its second-largest city, officials announced Friday.
Shoppers in Australia’s second-biggest city strip supermarket shelves.
Australia will effectively seal off the state of Victoria from the rest of the country, authorities said Monday, announcing unprecedented measures to tackle a worrying surge in coronavirus cases.
Australians were warned Monday to avoid travelling to Melbourne, as the country’s second-biggest city tightened coronavirus restrictions amid fears of a second wave of the epidemic.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has flagged an exemption from Australia’s international travel ban for “essential business travel.”
Black Lives Matter protesters should be punished for ignoring coronavirus lockdown rules Australia’s prime minister said Thursday, sparking anger by also claiming slavery never existed in the country.
Tourism Ministry calls on the Australian government to speed up work on direct flights.
Australia’s Queensland has suspended its bid to host the 2032 Olympics recently as the state government focuses on economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
A bitter row has broken out between Australian states, with some refusing to reopen domestic borders to outsiders despite a steep drop in coronavirus infections.
Almost 600,000 Australians lost their jobs as the virus shutdown took hold in April.
Against such a backdrop, growing concern over potential retaliatory measures from China seems totally justified given Australia’s heavy economic reliance on China.
Australians use app designed to make Coronavirus contact tracing easier.
Australia’s current success in fighting the virus is attributed to several factors.
A search warrant used to raid a prominent Australian journalist’s home in an operation that sparked wide-ranging debate over press freedom was overturned by the country’s High Court on Wednesday.
Australian police and military will soon begin helicoptering doctors to several cruise ships stranded near Sydney to assess nearly 9,000 crew for COVID-19, officials said Thursday.
Football might have ground to a halt across the world, but not in Australia where they are soldiering on, with a handful of fans turning up to cheer on their teams outside shuttered grounds this weekend.
Australia’s central bank moves to pump billions into the financial system.
As events are scrapped around the world to counter the threat of coronavirus, a handful of Australia’s main sports are doggedly pressing ahead, spurred by fear of financial ruin.
Australia unveiled a massive US$11 billion spending plan yesterday, designed to curb the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and avert the country’s first recession in 29 years.
A direct charter flight from Australia to Cambodia has been proposed.