All Australian athletes and officials must be vaccinated against COVID-19 before travelling to the Tokyo Paralympic Games, the sport's governing body has confirmed.
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Australians are being urged to buy locally during the inaugural ‘Australian Made Week’.
Paralympics Australia confirmed all Australian team hopefuls they would need to be vaccinated to be eligible for Tokyo selection after consulting with biosecurity experts.
And it all starts under a tree in a preschool 10 hours from Darwin.
The head of the Sydney Opera House vows to "root out" any systemic racism within the organisation after a group of people who have worked there came forward with a series of allegations, including an incidence of blackface.
Nationals Senator Bridget McKenzie says the “once-great” Labor Party has “abandoned” Australia’s working class.
Chief Medical Officer Paul Kelly said cash lottos and discount vouchers are 'potentially on the table' as he admitted there was 'some hesitancy' among Australians aged 50 to 69.
The Motor Trades Association of Australia says the push towards electric vehicles has the automotive industry at a "revolutionary turning point".
A cash lottery to encourage Australians to get vaccinated is 'on the table', the chief medical officer says
Australia's chief medical officer will not rule out a lottery or other novelty incentives to drive the nation's COVID-19 vaccination rate. The US state of Ohio has launched a $US1 million lottery, open to vaccinated Americans, in an attempt to boost vaccination rates.
Bad news is good news for the media, and when there's a chance to get clicks, a little bit of controversy goes a long way.
The Chief Medical Officer Paul Kelly says the two possible new coronavirus cases in Melbourne should remind eligible Australians to get vaccinated as soon as possible.
From tomorrow, anyone over the age of 16 living in country South Australia will be able to get a COVID-19 vaccine.
The worker was on site at the Boral Quarries in Emu Plains when the accident happened this afternoon.
South Australian universities plead for the return of international students, amid a 33% drop in enrolments
South Australian universities, having been hurt by drastic declines in student numbers, are joining the call for the federal government to develop a plan to bring back international students.
South Australian fire authorities are warning of a very high fire danger across parts of the state today, a week out from Winter.