Cafe Serves Up Soup Kitchen Of Human Kindness
An Aussie cafe is serving up soup from its window to help its team of refugees and asylum seekers get through the pandemic.
An Aussie cafe is serving up soup from its window to help its team of refugees and asylum seekers get through the pandemic.
'Fear of going out' is valid, and you're certainly not alone in feeling this way.
Live entertainment is back on the agenda, with drive-in concerts allowing people to enjoy shows from the comfort of their car while adhering to COVID-19 restrictions.
Here in Australia and across the globe the fortunes and popularity ratings of leaders have risen and fallen as this crisis unfolds.
Ankur Kapoor and Prachi Aggarwal are "absolutely desperate" after being stranded in India for two months without work and no prospect of when they'll be able to return to their Melbourne home.
All students will be expected to attend classes as normal from next week, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian said on Tuesday.
Domino's has temporarily closed one of its Melbourne stores for a fortnight and quarantined more than a dozen workers after an employee tested positive for coronavirus.
One person has died and another is in a serious condition after a Canadian Air Forces jet crashed during a flying tribute to healthcare workers in the coronavirus pandemic.
Apparently time spent in the shower is being used to do so much more than just, you know, clean ourselves.
The NSW government has admitted congestion will worsen as public transport passenger limits are enforced to curb the spread of coronavirus.
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said the state's borders could reopen by September as coronavirus restrictions begin to ease.
As hoards of Aussies prepare to head back to work, our public transport systems could quickly return to being the packed people-movers they once were.
Two women could face 10 years in jail over the alleged fraudulent claiming of bushfire and coronavirus welfare assistance.
Australia has now tested more than one million people for Covid-19 as few new cases were recorded and restrictions were eased across the country.
Australia has received international backing for an independent inquiry into coronavirus as its trade tensions with China face further strain.
McDonald's has announced it has temporarily closed down a dozen of its restaurants in Victoria after a delivery truck driver for an external service provider tested positive for coronavirus.
While coronavirus restrictions have begun easing around the country, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian says she's still concerned about the impact a second wave of the virus could have on people's health and the economy.
Barack Obama has given a scathing criticism of the US response to the coronavirus, telling college graduates in an online commencement address that the pandemic shows many officials "aren't even pretending to be in charge".
Most Australian teenagers are worried about their education being disrupted or held back due to coronavirus-driven changes to their schooling, a survey has found.
The Indonesian tourism ministry says it plans to reopen the tropical island of Bali to tourists in October due to its success in managing cases of COVID-19.
While memes about 'quarantinis' were popular during the start of the pandemic, a look at Australia's drinking and eating trends paints a far less humourous picture.
The social distancing rules apply to everyone -- even the Prime Minister, who was rejected from a full cafe.
Victoria is taking its "cautious first steps towards opening up", with Premier Daniel Andrews announcing cafes, restaurants and pubs will be allowed to admit diners from June.
The German Bundesliga returned from a two-month suspension due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Researchers are launching a trial to see whether dogs can smell whether humans have COVID-19 before they show symptoms.
A man will face court after he allegedly struck a woman with a bottle when she asked him to socially distance in a Sydney supermarket queue.
Australians are enjoying the benefits of restrictions being gradually lifted across the nation -- a reward for enduring weeks of curbs that have helped limit the spread of the deadly coronavirus pandemic.
Facebook Watch and Instagram Live hosted a virtual ceremony for the Class of 2020 on Saturday, complete with a commencement address from Oprah Winfrey.
Victoria has recorded 11 new COVID-19 cases, while the number connected to a west Melbourne abattoir cluster has grown to almost 100.
Famous and non-famous lovers from around the world feature in the new video for Puerto Rican rapper Residente's song "Antes Que El Mundo Se Acabe,” which translates to "Before The World Ends".
The director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in the US has said no corners will be cut in the search for a coronavirus vaccine.
Rose Gagnon says she hasn't been able to hug her family members for months -- probably any grandmother's worst nightmare.
A dog and three cats in the Netherlands have been infected with the new coronavirus, authorities say, the first confirmed cases involving house pets in the country.
As the latest employment figures begin to reveal the devastating impact of the pandemic, experts warn Asian Australians, particularly women, are expected to be among the hardest hit.
Coronavirus loneliness, depression and anxiety is taking a toll on "everyone", health minister Greg Hunt said, with the government tipping in another $48 million for mental health.
With many restaurants across Australia set to reopen their doors this weekend as coronavirus restrictions begin to ease, many are wondering what dining out will look like.
It's still not quite time to get on the beers -- but pubs and restaurants are opening, so the question is, are you ready to leave isolation to taste some post-COVID freedom?
An employee at a Myer store in Melbourne has tested positive to COVID-19 after the retailer unveiled plans to reopen 15 stores nationwide.
The AFL will resume in mid-June, joining the NRL as the first major Australian sporting codes to return after coronavirus shutdowns.
Kmart will be rolling back a number of changes introduced in stores as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
The NSW Government is introducing 89 new ambulance vehicles across the state which will be specially equipped to deal with potential coronavirus cases.
Victoria's Chief Health Officer has confessed authorities could have done better in handling a coronavirus outbreak at a meat processing plant, including shutting down the facility when the first case was detected.
The Northern Territory is lifting more coronavirus restrictions from noon, allowing restaurants, cafes, and bars to reopen as long as people purchase food.
Drinking alcohol makes it harder to social distance, health authorities warned, as restrictions on pubs and gatherings begin to ease.
Between working from home and self isolation, now might seem like the perfect time to welcome a four-legged friend into your home.
A confusing COVID information "vacuum" saw countless Aussies buy into wild theories about 5G, vaccines and microchips, conspiracy experts say, with an information war being waged on social media.
Millions of Australians are relying on government payments and subsidies, with coronavirus tanking Australia's employment rate.
As more students head back to classrooms, school shutdowns will become "a frequent occurrence", NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has warned.
Myer will open another eight stores from Saturday as part of a nationwide trial as coronavirus restrictions ease.
Australia's Chief Medical Officer has provided a grim prediction for international travel, claiming he cannot see a point in time Australians will be able to travel abroad again.
Most workers, including those on the frontline, still turn up to work when they're unwell, new research has found, contradicting strong advice from health authorities during the pandemic.
Unlike so many of their humans, countless dogs will emerge from the coronavirus lockdown fitter, healthier and calmer.
A review of the $130 billion JobKeeper scheme in June has raised questions as to whether the federal government intends to keep it running for the entire six months, at a time when some believe it will need to be extended.
Uber says it will require drivers, delivery workers and riders globally to wear a mask as countries around the world begin easing restrictions aimed at curbing the spread of the coronavirus.
NSW residents will be able to hit the pubs from Friday, but strict rules will remain on the number of patrons allowed.
WorkSafe Victoria has launched an investigation into the COVID-19 outbreak at a meat processing facility in Melbourne's west, which has so far been linked to 88 cases of the virus.
Adelaide's public transport is a concern for health officials as an increase in commuters on some train services has made social distancing impossible.
Landlords and tenants in NSW could be set for financial relief under tweaks to the state government's proposed legislation changes designed to tackle the coronavirus pandemic.
As Australia records fewer cases of coronavirus, states are starting to wind back restrictions. But could easing these measures spark a second virus wave?
The plan to ease coronavirus restrictions will see patrons slowly return to Australia's bars and restaurants, but for struggling owners, it's not a magic fix, with one saying he'd need to charge $1000 a head to survive.
Housing prices could tank by 32 percent thanks to coronavirus, a dire Commonwealth Bank analysis forecasts.
Outback Queensland pubs are set to fling their doors open as the state's parks, playgrounds and public gym equipment reopen.
The NSW Premier has conceded public sector wages, including those of frontline nurses, teachers, and police, could be frozen at the end of the financial year.
At least 1.5 million Covid-19 antibody tests bought by the federal government aren't accurate enough to be used in Australia, according to a new report.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has tested negative for coronavirus after bursting into a coughing fit on the floor of parliament on Tuesday.
The federal government is expected to appoint Associate Professor Ruth Vine as the country's first deputy chief medical officer for mental health to help direct the response to the coronavirus crisis.
Sex workers are confused and upset at being left out of the government's 'roadmap' out of COVID-19 restrictions.
With so much still unknown about COVID-19, the virus has understandably sparked fears across the community -- but it hasn't stopped Australia's hero health workers from putting their hands up to be on the front line.
Convicted child sex offender Robert Crick has avoided jail because of COVID-19, sparking fears it will now set a dangerous precedent that could allow other criminals to do the same.
Remember the Codral 'soldier on' television commercial? “With Codral you can soldier on”.
After bursting out coughing on the floor of parliament, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has been tested for coronavirus and is currently in isolation awaiting results.
Qatar Airways is offering 100,000 free international return flights to healthcare workers across the globe, as a show of gratitude for their 'tremendous efforts and incredible resilience' in the face of the pandemic.
Having to reapply coronavirus lockdowns due to new outbreaks could cost Australia $4 billion a week, treasurer Josh Frydenberg said in a COVID economic statement.
Beauty salons are reopening in some parts of the nation after the Federal Government revealed a three-stage plan to ease its strict coronavirus restrictions.
The matching bikini and face mask set, dubbed the 'Trikini', is all the rage in Italy, darling.
Melbourne AFL captain Max Gawn fears injury rates could increase when the season resumes.
Chinese-backed hackers have reportedly attempted to steal information from researchers who are working on a coronavirus vaccine, according to a US official.
Etihad Airways will offer flights from Melbourne to London, with transit via Abu Dhabi, from May 15.
A former reality TV star who told his online followers to destroy their TVs was one of the leaders of anti-lockdown protests on the weekend.
NSW has recorded no new cases of coronavirus for the first time since the pandemic began, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian said on Monday.
Settling on league-wide training protocols will be a crucial step as the AFL closes in on a plan to restart the 2020 season, with an announcement potentially as early as Tuesday.
The AFL has given 16 Adelaide players suspended one-match bans and stood down assistant coach Ben Hart for six weeks for breaching coronavirus protocols.
Ambulance Victoria is urging people not to be afraid to contact triple zero during an emergency, after a significant drop in demand amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Before the JobSeeker Payment was boosted by $550 a fortnight, Melissa Fisher was surviving on just one meal a day and often going without her medication so she could afford to pay the bills.
If you've been burning lots of candles during self isolation, you wouldn't be the only one.
Josh Frydenberg's first budget was a triumphant "back in black" performance but his second is predicted to show a $143 billion black hole in the nation's finances.
Thousands of Australian school students are expected to return to the classroom on Monday as coronavirus restrictions ease.
The Queen is expected to withdraw from public duties "indefinitely" due to the coronavirus crisis, marking the monarch's longest absence in her 68-year reign.
Businesses are being urged to stagger the times employees start and finish work ahead of a planned easing of Covid-19 restrictions over the coming months.
On Friday, the national cabinet agreed on a road map to ease the country out of coronavirus restrictions, but how and when the plan will be implemented in each state and territory will be different.
Federal Labor is questioning Prime Minister Scott Morrison's belief the Australian economy will "snap back" once COVID-19 restrictions are lifted and measures like JobSeeker and JobKeeper can be abruptly cut.
Thousands of Australians flocked to shopping centres across the country during the Mother's Day weekend, raising concerns about a lack of social distancing.
Germany and South Korea are fighting new clusters of the coronavirus, after being lauded for containing infections and hoping to relax self-isolation restrictions.
Police have arrested 10 people after hundreds gathered at an anti-lockdown protest at Melbourne's Parliament House on Sunday.
Billie Eilish is keeping busy while in lockdown at home in California due to coronavirus restrictions, creating music and playing with her newly rescued puppies.
Up to 20 people will be allowed to attend indoor and outdoor gatherings from May 18, under 'phase two' of WA's road map out of coronavirus restrictions.
Elon Musk said Tesla will move its headquarters from California immediately due to COVID-19 restrictions, following up with a lawsuit against the county where the company is based.
Former U.S. President Barack Obama has criticised the Trump administration's response to the coronavirus pandemic as "an absolute chaotic disaster", CBS News has confirmed.
Under the latest easing of restrictions, cafes and restaurants can reopen for up to 10 patrons and outdoor gatherings of up to 10 people will be allowed from Friday in NSW.
Boris Johnson is expected to unveil a coronavirus warning system when he outlines his plans to gradually ease Britain's lockdown while dropping the "stay home" slogan.