Melbourne workers are expected to return to city offices in droves on Monday, with new research showing most feel safe and ready after being home-bound for nine months.
Australian Open boss Craig Tiley has ruled out delaying the tennis grand slam despite increasing pressure from restive international players furious about being put into hard quarantine.
As NSW records six locally acquired cases of COVID-19 Premier Gladys Berejiklian is urging Victoria to reopen its border with the state.
Economists expect the latest job figures will show a further easing in the unemployment rate and another solid rise in the number of people employed, reflecting Victoria's recovery from a prolonged COVID-19 lockdown.
Another flight full of Australian Open participants has been placed into "hard" lockdown in quarantine, after one person tested positive for coronavirus.
The federal government will charter another 20 flights to bring home Australians stranded overseas.
International airline Emirates has abruptly suspended its flights to Australia's east coast, leaving it more difficult for Australians overseas to make it home.
Some parents struggled to help their kids learn at home during last year's coronavirus lockdowns but others found it so beneficial they decided to continue.
Police believe a Victorian mother killed her three children before taking her own life after the four were found dead in a north-west Melbourne home.
Joe the pigeon might be saved, with the flap over his fate apparently a case of mistaken identity.
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