Queensland's claim to be going gangbusters keeping COVID-19 in check is rather questionable.
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The source of Australia’s largest home-grown outbreak raises questions about what exactly qualifies as an essential business.
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews is losing favour over ongoing restrictions, and the car park lobby (yes, it's a thing) wants a tax break.
The virus hasn't been all bad news for everyone — some state premiers and business are actually having a good virus (for now).
Even in its small policy successes in fighting COVID-19, the government managed to completely fail.
What makes Virgin’s collapse unusual is that it wasn't so much caused by a virus or economic disaster, but by the vaulting ambition of its former chief executive.
While community measures have done well in slowing the spread of COVID-19, international cases still threaten Australia's progress.