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Life is changing in Australia, as it is changing all around the world.

SCOTT MORRISON

COMMENTARY

The virus will kill globalisation

In times of crises, it’s each country to their own in determining the rules of survival during the coronavirus pandemic.

Greg Sheridan Foreign Editor

COMMENTARY

Morrison snaps out of his slumber

Everything about how we live is changing but the PM has been slow to adjust.

Niki Savva Opinion Columnist

STREWTH

A sign of the times

The protest must go on! ‘Quiet Australians Stand Up’ won’t let a silly little thing like the coronavirus stop them.

Alice Workman Strewth Editor

Editorial

Team Australia digs in for challenge of the century

Civil and constructive discourse are needed in coronavirus fight.

Editorial

Commentary

PM: cut hysteria, do your bit

Scott Morrison has laid out the road ahead in a plain and untainted truth. He has done it as PM and a parent and is leading by example.

Simon Benson National Affairs Editor

Strewth

Strewth web dinkus for 2019

STREWTH

A sign of the times

The protest must go on! ‘Quiet Australians Stand Up’ won’t let a silly little thing like the coronavirus stop them.

Strewth web dinkus for 2019

STREWTH

Dutton’s home affairs

Who took the minister’s self-isolation “selfie”?

STREWTH

Rorting end

Strewth web dinkus for 2019

We imagine the PM’s office is quietly celebrating that the coronavirus has forced the end to the sports rorts inquiry for a few weeks at least.

STREWTH

Fresh voice for Hawke’s legacy

Strewth web dinkus for 2019

Bob Hawke’s granddaughter has started a podcast!

Daily Cartoon

Johannes Leak 20200318

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March 18, 2020 March 18, 2020

Wealth

Volatility rules market uncertainty

WIRE: Trader Barry Levine, center, works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Thursday, July 26, 2007. Wall Street fell sharply Thursday, extending its weeks-long streak of volatility after disappointing home sales figures added to investors' increasing uneasiness about the mortgage and corporate lending markets.

Are we seeing evidence of the simple but profound theory that long periods of stability can ultimately lead to instability?

March 18, 2020

Property

Pain for all as market takes a hit

Giving house keys

Almost overnight the bullish ­direct property market has dried up. Owners are bunkering down.

March 18, 2020

Arts

Lights go down, but not out

Supplied Editorial

In these strange times, artists are finding new ways to share live experiences.

March 18, 2020

Politics

PM’s finest hour in virus response

PM Presser

We don’t know whether his decisions will be right or wrong for many months, but Scott Morrison is projecting the energy a Prime Minister should.

March 18, 2020

Economics

Fund business to ‘minimise economic impact’ of crisis

Mark Delaney

AustralianSuper chief investment officer wants Canberra to directly pump funds to businesses affected by the virus.

March 18, 2020

Politics

When fiction gets in way of facts

South Australian Premier Steven Marshall provides an update on COVID-19 during a press conference at the State Administrations offices in Adelaide, Wednesday, March 18, 2020. (AAP Image/Kelly Barnes) NO ARCHIVING

If truth is the first casualty of war, in the war against the coronavirus, one of the biggest battles is on social media.

March 18, 2020

World

Time for Bernie to exit stage left

How long will Bernie Sanders’ ego keep him in the race and risk dividing the party?

March 18, 2020

AFL

AFL players are dreaming with hip-pocket call

The AFL Players' Association (AFLPA) CEO Paul Marsh addresses the media on the AFLPA Boards position regarding COVID-19 during a press conference at AFLPA Office in Melbourne, Tuesday, March 17, 2020. Marsh has announced that both AFL and AFLW playing groups are prepared to play as soon as they are given the green light by the AFL. (AAP Image/James Ross) NO ARCHIVING

The call from AFL Players Association to restore the season to 22 rounds is tone deaf in these difficult times.

March 18, 2020

Commentary

Time for Sanders to pack up his ego

Bernie Sanders

Joe Biden is now certain to be Democratic nominee, so how long will Bernie Sanders’ ego keep him in the race?

March 18, 2020

Editorials

Chinese immunity from truth

Truth is among the casualties of coronavirus,

March 18, 2020

Editorials

Team Australia digs in for challenge of the century

Civil and constructive discourse are needed in coronavirus fight.

March 18, 2020

Cut & Paste

Getting to bottom of shortages

C&T web dinkus for 2019

Americans might not get the rush on masks and toilet paper, but they’re stocking up,

March 18, 2020

Economics

A different nation is being forged

A woman wearing a face mask as a preventative measure against coronavirus COVID-19 walks in front of the Sydney Harbour Bridge in Sydney, Sunday, March 15, 2020. Prime Minister Scott Morrison has warned all Australians they could face more changes to their day-to-day lives to try curb the spread of COVID-19. (AAP Image/Steven Saphore) NO ARCHIVING

Facets of Australian society and our economy are being changed before our eyes. Some will become permanent.

March 18, 2020

Commentary

Cut red tape and set business free

Lobbecke oped art for March 18 2020

The Coalition’s lack of foresight and failure to loosen the noose of regulation is to blame for the economic impact of this virus.

March 18, 2020

Strewth

Dutton’s home affairs

Strewth web dinkus for 2019

Who took the minister’s self-isolation “selfie”?

March 18, 2020

Higher Education

Hard task to rise up the rankings

Professor Ian Jacobs

UNSW has launched a new university ranking. It shows the world’s top 20 institutions are all but set in stone.

March 18, 2020

Higher Education

Work experience on digital platforms the way of the future

Man texting on phone

Almost nine in 10 of all gig and freelance workers have a university or vocational qualification.

March 18, 2020

Commentary

Bears stealing the honey as retirement savings collapse

No one in their right mind would be making voluntary contributions to superannuation at this point in time.

March 18, 2020

Cut & Paste

No cure for stupidity

C&T web dinkus for 2019

The coronavirus crisis is bringing out the worst in some sections of the community.

March 18, 2020

Editorials

Andrews pumps up gas supply

Lifting exploration and production bans will boost jobs.

March 18, 2020

Editorials

Flattening curve while not obliterating our economy

We need to keep people in work and small businesses viable.

March 17, 2020 March 17, 2020

Commentary

Virus demands decisive leadership

The COVID-19 pandemic is a genuine crisis: harsh realism is now the Morrison governme­nt message.

March 17, 2020

Higher Education

Universities’ plight has a Churchillian flavour

Great Britain Prime Minister Winston Churchill in 1941.

“Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.”

March 17, 2020

Business

Open tap, keep pollies’ hands off

John Spooner 20200317

The unprecedented capacity reduction at Qantas underlines the difficult policy decisions facing governments and the banks.

March 17, 2020

Politics

Dunnybrooks prove what a bugbear coronavirus is

A customer leaves a supermarket with toilet paper in Liverpool, on March 16, 2020. - The number of novel coronavirus cases globally stood at 168,250 with 6,501 deaths, across 142 countries and territories at 0900 GMT Monday, according to a tally compiled by AFP from official sources. (Photo by Paul ELLIS / AFP)

Who would have thought that — in this age of medical miracles — the whole world would be covered by a bug?

March 17, 2020

Wealth

Best market advice: ‘Be patient’

Dreamworld has started construction on their latest attraction a yet-to-be-named hyper rollercoaster.

Financial advisers are moving to give practical advice to clients stunned by the volatility across investment markets.

March 17, 2020

Higher Education

Virus stalls study abroad programs

45 Nursing Science students from four USC campuses (Sunshine Coast, Fraser Coast, Gympie and Caboolture) who will complete clinical placements in Indonesia, starting from this month, with funding support from the Australian Government's New Colombo Plan Mobility Program.

The advent of the coronavirus has suddenly curtailed a whole range of academic credit bearing student mobility programs.

March 17, 2020

Business

Storm warning for directors

Silhouette row of businessmen sitting in meeting room

‘Safe harbour’ provisions for company directors offer precious little shelter and have yet to be tested in court.

March 17, 2020

Arts

Streaming small-screen essentials

Supplied screengrab from Amazon's "The Test: A New Era for Australia's Team". Source: Amazon

So much TV, so little time. But this is an unusual time. Here’s what to stream in quarantine.

March 17, 2020

Commentary

Crisis spells new business era

The Fearless Girl statue stands in front of the New York Stock Exchange, Monday, March 16, 2020 in New York. The U.S. stock market plunged to its worst day in more than three decades as voices from Wall Street to the White House said the coronavirus may be dragging the economy into a recession. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

The coronavirus pandemic has shown why no one will ever again concentrate manufacturing in China.

Opinion Editor

Alan Howe has been a senior journalist on London’s The Times and Sunday Times, and the New York Post. While editing the Sunday Herald Sun in Victoria it became the nation’s fastest growing title and achieved the greatest margin between competing newspapers in Australian publishing history. He has also edited The Sunday Herald and The Weekend Australian Magazine and for a decade was executive editor of, and columnist for, Melbourne’s Herald Sun.

Opinion Editor

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