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Victorian chief health officer Brett Sutton (Image: AAP/James Ross)

More virus records fall, academics’ stars rise, and eating out predicts spikes

In Virus Watch today, there have now been more than 10 million cases of COVID-19 worldwide, and more than half a million deaths. Plus more of the latest coronavirus news.

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When will bars and restaurants open again?

When will bars and restaurants be opening again? For those craving a Saturday night drink or Sunday brunch, here is the latest update.

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Business Briefs: the pandemic’s worst advice

Amid shuttering restaurants and collapsing business empires, there's certainly some bad advice going around alongside COVID-19 panic.

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Businesses pay a hefty price for silly sexism

A high-end Peruvian restaurant whacked with a $90,000 fine is just the latest business to get skewered for sexist practices.

Is it really that hard for chefs to pay minimum wage?

Celebrity chefs are calling for an amnesty for employers who underpay their workers, insisting the Australia's labour laws are too complicated to follow. But the experts Crikey spoke to say it's not that hard.

The spectre of WorkChoices visits again as employers and industry groups lobby for industrial relations reform.

Has a resurgent zombie WorkChoices come to eat your penalty rates?

The spectre of WorkChoices visits again as employers and industry groups lobby for industrial relations reform.

When did the tables turn in fine dining? And how can you get a decent meal at a decent time with a decent number of courses without ingesting "fish milk"?

No, chef! Rise up against restaurant tyranny

When did the tables turn in fine dining? And how can you get a decent meal at a decent time with a decent number of courses without ingesting "fish milk"?

It has been revealed a French restaurant seats unattractive patrons down the back, to enhance its image. <em>SmartCompany</em> journalist <b>Yolanda Redrup</b> asks: would restaurants here be allowed to do this?

Ugly people to the back: secrets of restaurant seating plans

It has been revealed a French restaurant seats unattractive patrons down the back, to enhance its image. SmartCompany journalist Yolanda Redrup asks: would restaurants here be allowed to do this?

Foodies have the power to make and break restaurants with online reviews. But can you believe everything you read? Legal affairs reporter <b>Kate Gibbs</b> reports on the fraud cruelling some diners.

Byte-sized vitriol: internet reviews sour for restaurants

Foodies have the power to make and break restaurants with online reviews. But can you believe everything you read? Legal affairs reporter Kate Gibbs reports on the fraud cruelling some diners.

Opposition Leader Tony Abbott, News Limited and some restaurateurs are claiming that penalty rates are too high and are hurting the hospitality sector. But is it true? Melbourne-based freelance writer <b>Callum Denness</b> puts down his latte to find out.

Get Fact: are penalty rates killing small business?

Opposition Leader Tony Abbott, News Limited and some restaurateurs are claiming that penalty rates are too high and are hurting the hospitality sector. But is it true? Melbourne-based freelance writer Callum Denness puts down his latte to find out.

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