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Hotels are adapting policies and packages in response to the COVID-19 crisis.

Emporium Hotel
Frankie and Nicole Walker at Broadbeach on the Gold Coast after their wedding on March 25, 2020. The couple brought forward their wedding -- and had a smaller ceremony -- after their plans were ruined by the coronavirus pandemic. Picture: Supplied

Coronavirus

Fast-tracked wedding conquers chaos

When the pandemic threatened their April wedding, a young couple got up before dawn to marry on a Gold Coast beach, writes the stepmother of the bride.

Tracy Caganoff Fischl - Learning Resources FB Group

Education

Our steep home learning curve

A mum stuck at home with three kids at different stages of learning launched an online group that has become a forum for sharing ideas, resources and support.

24/03/2020 Lygon Street shops and restaurants are on lockdown due to coronavirus imposed closures in Melbourne. Caroline Overington/The Australian

‘UNPRECEDENTED TIMES’

Lights go out on Lygon Street

Melbourne’s original ‘eat street’ has fallen largely silent — another victim of the voracious appetite of coronavirus.

Chris Lucas Chin Chin Melbourne

Food industry

Top restaurateur pans ‘irresponsible’ shutdown

Chris Lucas says the “ill-timed and poorly executed” quarantine measures must come with a wages scheme for hospitality workers.

Flinders St cafes shutdown

EXPLAINER

What is and isn’t open during shutdowns

Australians’ daily lives have greatly changed with the widespread closure of businesses. Here’s what you need to know.

Gin

Coronavirus

Gin distiller rubbing his hands together

A Melbourne gin distillery is helping a pharmacist turn pure alcohol into a hand sanitiser cocktail.

Latest

Love It 28/4 - Wine Down Pop Up. Image: supplied.

Weekend Australian Magazine

Out of the box

This luxe pop-up accommodation touring Australia’s wine country is a smart, unusual idea.

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Weekend Australian Magazine

The green room

With its lush plantings and network of intimate spaces, this garden feels like a personal sanctuary.

Weekend Australian Magazine

Devil in the detail

From zoo to army barracks to happy home, this gem in Hobart’s Battery Point carries its history lightly.

Weekend Australian Magazine

The best homes on the market this week

Amazing homes for sale around the country, from a sweet cottage in the Sunshine Coast hinterland to a modern entertainer in Perth.

TWAM 21 MAY 2016

Weekend Australian Magazine

Editor’s letter

Karen Andrews is the first federal science minister in nearly three decades with actual scientific training. How will that translate into action?

TWAM 7 MARCH 2020

Weekend Australian Magazine

Inbox: Hail, Yael

I admired Yael Stone’s interview with Leigh Sales on the Geoffrey Rush matter - and that has only increased after reading “Green is the new black” (Mar 7-8), a reader writes.

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Weekend Australian Magazine

Storm chaser captures a weather mystery

Any ideas what the strange blue glow above the cloud is? Even the Bureau of Meteorology’s Extreme Weather Desk is stumped.

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Weekend Australian Magazine

’Good manners’ behind Welcome to Country

Indigenous arts leader Rhoda Roberts explains the real meaning of Welcome to Country.

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Weekend Australian Magazine

Susie Theodorou’s clams

The Danes are good at foraging outdoors, be it at the beach, in the woods or in the fields. Take this beautiful clam dish...

Weekend Australian Magazine

Down by the river

RiverBank Estate was established in 1993 by Robert Bond - part of a new breed to inject life into an overlooked West Australian wine region.

Food & Drink

Jobs at risk in food, wine carnage

Food industry experts say up to 50 per cent of restaurants will go bust within a week, causing a massive wave of unemployment.

RendezView. Large group of people waiting in line. Queue. (Pic: iStock)

Nation

Don’t stand so close to me

I was trying to keep a safe distance when a man in the queue got too close and refused to move. I’m embarrassed to admit what happened next …

Daily Life In Wuhan During Lockdown

Life

Pandemic plan can slow crisis

In Australia the outbreak of Spanish flu in Europe wasn’t viewed with alarm. But our complacency vanished when the disease spread. The lesson is that strong leadership involves early action.

FILE: Volkswagen To Suspend Production In Europe In Face Of Coronavirus Volkswagen Revs Up ID.3 Electric Car Production At Zwickau Plant

Economics

End of the line for cars

Millions of workers’ jobs are on the line as the global motor industry comes to a complete standstill.

Chris Hemsworth and wife Elsa Pataky are set to launch a health and fitness App, Centr, in February 2019. Photo by Greg Funnell

Life

Stay fit at home with perfect plank

How long can you hold your plank? Showing off about plank times has become a sport all of its own.

Schoology learning management system for coronavirus home schooling

Life

How will online schools work in a lockdown?

Schools are readying to go online in Australia due to coronavirus.

LEGO UNIVERSE: Naia Murphy at Kawana's Venue114 for the Sunshine Coast Brick Event. Photo: John McCutcheon / Sunshine Coast Daily

Life

Lego bricks the original millennials

Ever-popular, even qith grown-ups. What other child’s toy could survive for up to 1300 years?

Stimulus Case Studies

Politics

Drinks to dry up in the hardest hit areas

National leaders are debating a sliding scale of restrictions on gatherings in clubs and pubs, with tighter rules for areas with a large number of infections.

MERCEDES-BENZ PRESENTS AJE

Nation

Style showcase bites the dust

Australian Fashion Week has been cancelled hours after New York’s Met Gala was called off.

Chef George Calombaris FOR WEEKEND

Business

Creditors cook chef’s $22m goose

The chef’s hospitality dream is dead and buried, with his 12-restaurant group pushed into liqui­dation.

Supplied Editorial Range Rover Velar SVAutobiography

Motoring

Five-star luxury: Range Rover’s Velar V8

Range Rover’s beguiling new V8-powered Velar SVAutobiography is a thrilling combination of power, performance and five-star luxury.

Minimum has released three styles of minimum intervention wines.

Food & Drink

Are vegan wines any good?

Some winemakers prefer not to fine their wine, and when they don’t, they will almost always be vegan-friendly

A handout photo provided on March 10, 2020 by China University of Geosciences shows the skull of a bird-like dinosaur named Oculudentavis khaungraae, discovered in a 99-million-year-old amber from northern Myanmar. - The skull of the well-preserved specimen is only 7.1 mm in length and indicates the dinosaur was similar in size to the bee hummingbird, the smallest living bird. (Photo by XING Lida / China University of Geosciences / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO /XING Lida / China University of Geosciences " - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS

Life

Scientists discover world’s smallest dinosaur

Scientists have discovered the tiny 7mm skull of a dinosaur that was no bigger than a bee hummingbird.

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