With the virus seemingly under control in Australia, it's easy to forget that much of the rest of the world is not faring so well.
There is no doubt that lockdowns and social distancing are our best measures to stop the spread of COVID-19. But as neurologist Kate Ahmad has seen first hand, the loneliness and loss of independence has been devastating for many elderly Australians.
The Andrews government's argument for lockdown is looking shakier by the day.
NSW has again recorded more daily cases than Victoria, but remains quite open. Is the approach to lockdown more about politics than science?
Always check the CV of a 'concerned citizen' in the media, plus there are some interesting jobs available on the University of Sydney careers hub, and the Press Council shows its 'strength' once more.
As millions of people around the world lost their jobs, billionaires increased their wealth by 27.5% between April and July.
When Morrison made his claim, were COVID case numbers in NSW higher than the Victorian curfew threshold? RMIT ABC Fact Check investigates.
Do Dan Andrews' lockdown measures really reflect the current data?