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In the blackest 24 hours for the ­retail sector in living memory, some of the biggest chains in the country have shut up shop.

Virus impact

9 out of 10 businesses banking on hit

Ninety per cent of Australian businesses are expecting coronavirus impact, says a new ABS report that reveals where they’re already feeling the pain.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison talks to the media at a press conference at Parliament House in Canberra, Wednesday, March 25, 2020. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas) NO ARCHIVING

Assist Third World: PM tells G20

Scott Morrison is appealing to G20 leaders to do what they can to help Third World countries facing financial failure.

Leader of the Opposition Anthony Albanese speaks to the media outside his childhood home in Camperdown, Sydney, Thursday, March 26, 2020. (AAP Image/Joel Carrett) NO ARCHIVING

Albo: IR changes and more social housing

Anthony Albanese has flagged the need for sweeping changes to the industrial relations system and a massive expansion of social housing.

commentary

This pain must be shared around

Cutting $30bn of wasteful government spending could help save 375,000 jobs.

Daniel Wild

There is still some mystery behind these numbers

The computer modelling of the virus is only as good as today’s ‘facts’ allow.

SHITIJ KAPUR

Inquirer

U.S. President Trump and coronavirus task force participate in Fox News town hall event at the White House in Washington

Commentary

Return of the gambler as Trump faces his own Sophie’s Choice

The contrast could hardly be more stark. In a world that is shutting up shop, Donald Trump is calling for America to reopen.

Inquirer

China’s command and control tactics

Totalitarian methods seem to have worked, but that doesn’t make them acceptable.

Inquirer

Unexpected win for the elderly

Retirees will benefit from the economic crisis package as two key retirement income arrangements are loosened.

Politics

Signage is seen at the ABC offices in Ultimo, Sydney, Tuesday, June 11, 2019. The ABC is considering a legal challenge after federal police raided the public broadcaster's Sydney offices last week. (AAP Image/Danny Casey) NO ARCHIVING

commentary

This pain must be shared around

Cutting $30bn of wasteful government spending could help save 375,000 jobs.

70th Anniversary Of The Founding Of The People's Republic Of China

Let’s never have so many eggs in China basket

Easy money and debt have trapped us and this recession is going to bite very deeply

Billions added to job-save actions

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian delivers a health update on COVID-19 in Sydney, Thursday, March 26, 2020. New South Wales may break from the Federal Government and implement even tighter lockdown laws as they desperately try to slow the spread of the coronavirus. (AAP Image/Dean Lewins) NO ARCHIVING

Secondary stimulus packages are being rolled out across the country, with the states committing billions­ of dollars to job-saving measures.

It will be unhealthy to ignore the cost

Lobbecke oped art Mar 27 2020

Of course we must fight the virus, but we can go too far.

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March 27, 2020 March 27, 2020

Politics

Billions added to job-save actions

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian delivers a health update on COVID-19 in Sydney, Thursday, March 26, 2020. New South Wales may break from the Federal Government and implement even tighter lockdown laws as they desperately try to slow the spread of the coronavirus. (AAP Image/Dean Lewins) NO ARCHIVING

Secondary stimulus packages are being rolled out across the country, with the states committing billions­ of dollars to job-saving measures.

March 27, 2020

Commentary

Let’s never have so many eggs in China basket

70th Anniversary Of The Founding Of The People's Republic Of China

Easy money and debt have trapped us and this recession is going to bite very deeply

March 27, 2020

Nation

Virus fighters to trial TB vaccine

GP Testing

Thousands of doctors, nurses and health workers will be given a tuberculosis vaccine in a trial that could see it made widely available within three months

March 26, 2020 March 26, 2020

Nation

The most infectious coronavirus suburbs in your state

Sydney's eastern suburbs, seen here in dark blue, have emerged as a coronavirus hotspot.

Areas most affected by the coronavirus could be the first to face tougher lockdown restrictions. Is your suburb one of them?

March 26, 2020

Economics

Spanish flu calamity repeat ‘unlikely’

SUNDAY TELEGRAPH SPECIAL. Sydney Town Hall. Spanish flu 1920s MUST CREDIT City of Sydney Archives.

A leading economist has declared the chances of a repeat of a Spanish flu-type catastrophe ‘remote’.

March 26, 2020

Politics

Rescue package: rent, tax relief from virus

Just Jeans

Scott Morrison is considering an emergency stimulus package to underwrite the commercial rents, rates, taxes and utility bills of ­retailers and small businesses.

2 hours ago
March 26, 2020

Politics

Police called to keep ships at bay

police divers

Fourteen cruise ships were being held off Australian ports on Thursday night after another Australian died from coronavirus contracted on a cruise.

March 26, 2020

Politics

Premiers push to lock up suburbs

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian delivers a health update on COVID-19 in Sydney, Thursday, March 26, 2020. New South Wales may break from the Federal Government and implement even tighter lockdown laws as they desperately try to slow the spread of the coronavirus. (AAP Image/Dean Lewins) NO ARCHIVING

Residents of Melbourne and ­Sydney could face strict home quarantine measures within days as virus cases rise.

2 hours ago
March 26, 2020

Aviation

Travellers rush airports from virus hotspots

This was international arrivals at Sydney airport the morning of the 26th of March. When Border force was asked about Social Distancing the reply was “not our problem, that’s biosecurity.” Picture: Sally Prosser From source: https://twitter.com/search?q=sydney%20airport&src=typed_query

Travellers are continuing to pour into Australia from overseas despite new self-isolation requirements.

March 26, 2020

Politics

Next step would be brutal, but effective

Stephen Duckett - Grattan Institute Picture: Supplied

Australia’s national cabinet looks to be edging closer to its toughest decision yet in the fight against the coronavirus.

March 26, 2020

Science

Existing drugs may be key to vaccine

Q Weekend Magazine ..Super Bugs story by Leisa Scott. pictured is Prof David Paterson. picture: Russell Shakespeare

Repurposing existing drugs to tackle the coronavirus has key advantages over developing a therapy from scratch.

March 26, 2020

Politics

Sacrificing privacy ‘worth it’

South Korean police officers wearing face masks move as they guard near the U.S. embassy in Seoul, South Korea, Friday, March 20, 2020. For most people, the new coronavirus causes only mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and cough. For some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe illness, including pneumonia. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)

Legal and privacy advocates say they’re open to South Korean-style tracking of coronavirus ­patients.

March 26, 2020

Companies

Ford to help roll out ventilators

NSW Chief Health Officer Dr Kerry Chant delivers a health update on COVID-19 in Sydney, Thursday, March 26, 2020. New South Wales may break from the Federal Government and implement even tighter lockdown laws as they desperately try to slow the spread of the coronavirus. (AAP Image/Dean Lewins) NO ARCHIVING

Ford Australia could join the ranks of local manufacturers swinging their production lines to make hospital ventilators.

March 26, 2020

Politics

Remote lockdown with virus ‘at door’

Supplied

Almost one-third of WA, vast tracts of the NT and a score of remote Queensland communities are being locked down.

March 26, 2020

Nation

Socialites at war as rich cop virus hit

New Cluster

Socialites have exploded in acrimony after Australian skiers returning from Colorado were accused of spreading COVID-19.

March 26, 2020

Legal Affairs

Legal firms gear up for class actions

13/12/2011 NEWS: 13/12/2011 NEWS: Generic image of a judge hitting a gavel.

Litigation funders have started ­recruiting staff and raising warchests amid signs of a looming wave of class actions.

March 26, 2020

Nation

‘Low risk’ of further party cases

Warwick butcher Peter Wright from Rose City Premium Meats in Warwick. Peter has tested positive for Coronavirus after attending his brother Glen Wright's birthday party. Source: Supplied

There was a ‘very low risk’ of further virus issues from a Noosa birthday party linked to a major outbreak, the town’s mayor says.

March 26, 2020

Politics

New solutions give hope for recovery

New approaches are being considered to first limit the damage and job losses and then prepare for a strong and swift recovery.

March 26, 2020

Politics

Penalty rates go as union adjusts

Tasmanian Premier Peter Gutwein

Up to one million workers will be able to work at night or on the weekend without their boss having to pay penalty rates.

March 26, 2020

Politics

Closure ‘should be cut and dried’

Perth Hairdresser

Hairdressers have ­appealed to the Chief Medical Officer to shut salons down to prevent staff and customers contracting the virus.

March 26, 2020

Nation

Cruise passengers quarantined in luxury hotel

Swissotel

Staff, guests and permanent residents of Sydney’s Swissotel were shocked to learn the building has become a ‘human health response zone’

March 26, 2020

The Times

Hopes rise for home finger-prick test

Nurse pricking a patient's finger. Please view all pictures from this series along with other medical shots in my portfolio.

A home finger-prick test for the coronavirus will be offered to millions of people and delivered by Amazon if checks in Britain this week show it works.

March 26, 2020

Nation

Cruise passengers demand to fly home

Cruise and Maritime Voyages' Vasco da Gama.

Irate Australian passengers on the Vasco da Gama will be at sea until Monday after WA Premier Mark McGowan insisted on more quarantine and testing.

March 26, 2020

Nation

Massage parlour, staff fined for virus breaches

Cruise ship passengers disembark from the Princess Cruises owned Ruby Princess at Circular Quay in Sydney, Thursday, March 19, 2020. (AAP Image/Dean Lewins) NO ARCHIVING

The first fines for violating new measures to halt the spread of coronavirus have been issued in NSW.

March 26, 2020

Nation

ICU beds may run out in 10 days

ICU Bed for Coronavirus Patients

Australia could run out of ICU beds to treat virus patients in as few as 10 days if infections continue to rise at the current rate.

Canberra Bureau Chief

Joe Kelly joined The Australian in 2008 and since 2010 has worked in the parliamentary press gallery. He is now the Canberra Bureau Chief.

Canberra Bureau Chief

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