Because of South Australia's response to COVID-19, the premier says it could become a "more attractive place" for international students to study.
WA Health Minister Greg Hunt has announced a further $70 million for coronavirus research, including into hydroxychloroquine dosing. The drug attracted controversy after trials were suspended by WHO.
A message from the WA Minister for Health
Australasian College of Health Service Management
The man thought to be Australia’s youngest COVID-19 fatality did not have the virus according to the Queensland coroner, his fiancee’s family has claimed.
The second wave of easing coronavirus restrictions has taken place around the country but leaders still warn against complacency about the disease.
Katina Curtis and Matt Coughlan
Severe asthmatics can access a pre-filled medicinal device to use at home to help their condition after it was added to the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme.
Amid a global pandemic, WA artists are helping raise money for the fight against COVID-19, with Royal Perth Hospital and Screen West collaborating for the vital cause.
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaczczuk is standing firm on keeping her state borders closed until July, as much of the country enters a new stage of easing.
Three new cases of coronavirus — including a three-year-old WA child — have been diagnosed in WA overnight.
Health Minister Roger Cook wants smokers to know exactly what’s in cigarettes, saying he did not want ‘a new generation of smokers’ as he flags pushing for regulative reform.
Joe Spagnolo and Angela Pownall
The British public has been warned not to "go further than the guidance actually says" as the government eases some coronavirus restrictions.
By Shaun Connolly, PA Political Correspondent
When emergency department nurse Kelly Morris woke with a heavy feeling in her chest and a dry cough one morning last month, she knew she could not go to work. Here she tells her coronavirus story.
WA paramedics say they are shocked to discover St John Ambulance is secretly monitoring them at work, with some finding listening devices hidden in mattresses in their rest areas.
A historical coronavirus case has been detected onboard a livestock ship docked in Western Australia but no new active cases have been recorded.
There were zero new active cases of COVID-19 in WA overnight; however, the State’s total now stands at 586 after one historical case was identified through serology testing.
Single mum Gail Allen was dealing with the threat of coronavirus on the frontline of Royal Perth Hospital’s emergency department last month when there was devastating news at home.
A remarkable chapter in Rottnest’s colourful history has ended with tourists set to return.
A primary school class in Victoria will be isolated for two weeks.
COVID-19 restrictions in Western Australia are being eased substantially despite another spike in cases among the crew from a stranded live export ship.
Rebecca Le May
Another eight crew members from the Al Kuwait livestock vessel have tested positive to COVID-19 — bringing the total onboard the troubled ship to 20.
Children’s cancer nurse Katie Muscat, who works in Perth Children’s Hospital’s oncology ward, has been nominated in Crown Perth and The West Australian’s Healthcare Heroes campaign.
Mark McGowan is urging National Cabinet to consider abolishing the four square metre rule in hospitality venues.
The 4sqm rule must be scrapped in the next phase of relaxing WA’s COVID-19 restrictions — expected to be announced on Friday — members of the State Recovery Advisory Group say.
The Australian vet aboard COVID-hit live export ship the Al Kuwait has accused world governments of “tyranny” in their response to the deadly virus, despite it killing hundreds of thousands globally.
Jenne Brammer and Peter law
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