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WA Premier Mark McGowan (left) and WA Tourism Minister Paul Papalia (Image: AAP/Rebecca Le May)

Tip of the Day: WA’s staycation drive fails to keep the bucks at home

Talk about shooting a perfectly good initiative in the foot. Wotif? WTF?

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Suppression versus elimination doesn’t answer the more serious question — when do the borders open?

A debate over elimination versus suppression ignores that at some point we need to reopen our borders. And if there's no vaccine, how do we do that?

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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.

Greg Combet (Image: AAP/Jono Searle)

COVID commission watch, Indonesian cases spike, and bringing back tourism

The COVID-19 commission continues to avoid transparency, plus more of the latest coronavirus news.

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Sure, let’s all go on a winter holiday. Can we get more time and money to do it?

For Australians to travel more, we need two things that our economy increasingly denies us.

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk (Image: AAP/Darren England)

Jobs v health: how do we measure success now the first wave is over?

Are premiers right to keep states locked down? And we take a look at who's really benefiting from the COVID-19 slump.

NAB Chairman and former Head of Treasury Dr Ken Henry (Image: AAP/Erik Anderson)

Why cutting population will hit the Australian economy hard

Australia has relied on a migrant population to propel the economy, but it's going to be hard to get it growing again.

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The wolf halts Wall Street

Good morning, early birds. Donald Trump's European travel ban announcement caused shares to plunge and Wall Street to halt trading for the second time this week, and Labor has committed to passing the Coalition's stimulus package. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

Hiding behind contagion: the companies blaming the virus for bad business

The virus is definitely having an effect on business, but it's also something that can be conveniently pointed to in a press release.

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Australia’s bushfire losses are worse than first thought

The cost is absolutely immense. But the final figures will depend on how quickly we rebuild.

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