As some of Europe seems to plateau, the rest of the world is staring down some very dire COVID-19 numbers.
Cruise giants are left marooned, travel restrictions affect abortion access, and Thailand says no to April Fools. In a jam-packed week, here are the stories you may have missed.
The Home Affairs portfolio has been dysfunctional for years, and never held to account. Why should we expect any different now that it is charged with protecting us from the coronavirus?
A clash in state and federal laws means doctors who are self-isolating because of COVID-19 are unable to assist terminally ill patients seeking to end their lives.
'Hospitals around the country should be prepared for this to come.'
Fake news is spreading as fast as the coronavirus itself. RMIT ABC Fact Check examines claims from lions in Russia to a sex ban in Belgium.
Experts fear the coronavirus crisis could lead to a spike in overdoses, relapses and a host of other problems for illicit drug users.
New Zealand has released the modelling it used to decide how to tackle the coronavirus spread — we look at how it can apply to Australia.
Time to be wary of new state powers, more celebrities fall ill, and won't somebody do something about all these goats? Here's what you need to know in virus news.