New research shows more than 80 per cent of shoppers still want to touch and feel what they’re buying, even though they jumped online in record numbers during the virus.
Leading epidemiology experts have called for harsh mask rules to be scrapped, claiming there is not enough community transmission to justify their use.
With no end to COVID-19 in sight, most Australian industries have been forced to adapt, creating a huge demand for workers to fill scores of roles.
Australians are far more likely to get vaccinated against COVID-19 than their American counterparts, according to a new survey released today.
Social distancing and coronavirus restrictions kept West Aussies at home and out of prison.
Trouble-prone Richmond star Sydney Stack was brawling in Northbridge when he should have been in self-isolation.
Victoria has gone two weeks without recording a new local case of COVID-19, although three more people in hotel quarantine have tested positive.
Benita Kolovos and Callum Godde
Tennis is to sport what Keeping up with the Kardashians is to TV — it’s just razzle dazzle with racquets.
Jenna ClarkeAssistant Editor
A disconnect between business confidence — which has returned to pre-pandemic levels — and business behaviour is holding some of Australia’s biggest companies back, a new report has found.
Queensland has recorded two new cases of COVID-19 on the eve of the possible easing of restrictions triggered by the Hotel Grand Chancellor cluster. WATCH LIVE
Domanii Cameron, Jack McKay
Supermodel Miranda Kerr left her Hunter Valley property during a 14-day mandatory quarantine period in breach of the Government-issued ‘exemption’ she had been granted.
Nick Hansen and Perry Duffin
The deaths of dozens of “frail and elderly” people in Norway after taking the Pfizer vaccine won’t delay it’s roll-out in Australia, the country’s chief medical officer has declared.
Signs of the pandemic virus continue to be found in sewage at Cairns, Airlie Beach and on the Gold Coast.
The Rugby League Players Association and NRL finally ended six months of negotiations on Tuesday, with players agreeing to a six per cent pay cut for the next two seasons.
New payroll figures out today have laid bare the full impact of pandemic-related job losses in WA, revealing which businesses and sectors were hit hardest and the workers who have suffered the most.
An independent panel has delivered a report on the early days of the pandemic that changed the world.
The McGowan Government’s failure to disclose cases of the highly-contagious UK variant of COVID-19 in the State is undermining public trust, according to the Australian Medical Association WA.
The WA Government has promised better transparency after it was not disclosed that several recovered COVID-19 cases were linked to the highly contagious British strain.
The South Australian ‘covidiot’ who is accused of lying on her G2G application and breaching WA’s quarantine laws for the second time in a year will spend at least another two weeks behind bars.
More hotel quarantine cases have been linked to the Australian Open — but the travellers may not be as infectious as feared.
Nick Kyrgios has criticised Novak Djokovic after the world No.1 reportedly wrote to Australian Open organisers asking them to ease quarantine restrictions for players.
It appears Treasurer Josh Frydenberg’s enthusiasm about the economic outlook has yet to rub off on Australians.
The deadly second wave is causing UK morgues to run out of space, prompting a warning from a Queenslander stuck in the middle of it.
Mining magnate Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forrest spent several days in a Swiss hospital receiving high-level care after contracting COVID-19 while on a Fortescue business trip last year.
© West Australian Newspapers Limited 2020