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Australia cools to Trump's miracle coronavirus drug... sort of

Australian tests have ceased on the anti-coronavirus properties of malaria drug hydroxychloroquine after a damning study (though some are still yet to get the memo).

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Coronavirus travel ban | When will international flights reopen in Australia?

When will the coronavirus travel ban be lifted? When will we be allowed to work and holiday overseas? We share the latest schools of thought on when we are likely to be boarding a plane again.

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When will gyms open in Australia?

When will you be able to go back to the gym? Here are the latest details on when gyms will be opening in each state and territory.

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Clues from South Korea on the bumpy, mysterious road ahead

Looking to South Korea, the road out of coronavirus lockdown doesn't seems entirely smooth. Plus, the US hits a grim milestone.

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Casualisation — not just a union-business debate, but maybe key to new growth

Even if overall levels of casualisation remain unchanged, addressing job insecurity might deliver a win for workers, employers and the government itself.

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Are dating apps more popular in Australia due to coronavirus?

Are dating apps more popular than ever? What demographics use them most? What is the future of online dating? Your questions, answered.

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Ten tips for students studying from home during lockdown

Struggling to stay motivated while studying at home? Here are 10 tips to help keep you on track.

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How many people are unemployed in Australia?

How many people are unemployed in Australia? Here are the latest facts and forecasts.

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Time to confront the truth of the dying news: it has never been in demand

News media has long believed its own myth: that it is something people desperately want but are now being denied.

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Weapons down? Maybe, but there is plenty to fight about. Here's a list of friction points

The prime minister wants businesses and unions to 'down weapons' to negotiate industrial reform. But there's a lot they don't agree on.