All people coming to Australia will now have to self-isolate as the Morrison government took further steps to try to stem the spread of the coronavirus.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has promised to undertake whatever measures are needed to support the economy in the face of the coronavirus when he hands down his second budget on May 12.
Isolated Hollywood star Tom Hanks may have an infectious smile but at least that hasn't extended to him passing on coronavirus.
Spain and France have imposed stringent measures to combat the rapidly spreading coronavirus outbreak as the the death toll keeps climbing in China and the United States extends a travel ban.
The sporting calendar took a serious beating this week with few events surviving the world's battle to contain the coronavirus.
A man has been charged over the alleged fatal shooting of another man west of Brisbane.
The bodies of two men have been found at a property in the NSW Hunter region.
A 22-year-old man driven to hospital in the back of a ute after he was shot in the head in rural Queensland has died.
World stocks are set for their worst week since the 2008 financial crisis, with coronavirus panic-selling hitting nearly every asset class and investors fretting that central bank action may not be enough to soothe the pain.
Major events have been cancelled, sport's being played without spectators, mass gatherings are discouraged and Australians are urged not to go overseas as the country takes unprecedented action to stem the spread of coronavirus.
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