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The lockdown in Melbourne that is ending tonight has once again raised questions about our responses to outbreaks of COVID in the future. The official national policy was one of suppressing COVID-19 until a vaccine is available with the goal of no local community transmission. Australia has been relatively successful at this, but vaccines are now a…
The iron ore price rose again, but, unusually, the Australian Dollar remains flat, despite the rising commodity price. Alan Kohler has the details.
Late last week, the Therapeutic Goods Administration announced a second death in Australia almost certainly linked to the Astra Zeneca vaccine - that is out of three and a half million Australians who have now had that vaccine. Dr Norman Swan examines the latest discussion around the world about the age groups most at risk from the rare blood clott…
The Prime Minister spent the weekend at the first face-to-face global leadership summit since the start of the pandemic. Australia attended the G7 meeting in Cornwall as a guest and the discussions covered China, coronavirus and climate change.By Laura Tingle
Nationals MP Ken O’Dowd’s electorate includes the town of Biloela where the Sri Lankan family once lived but who have been detained on Christmas Island for nearly three years.By Leigh Sales
For years this program has been reporting on the distress families feel when their loved ones suffer in aged care. Tonight 7.30 reveals shocking new video of an elderly woman falling on an outing with her home care worker. She died the next day.By Michael Atkin
Weeks out from the Tokyo Olympics Australia's best swimmers are in Adelaide competing for a spot in the team but without two-time silver medallist Madeline Groves who pulled out of the event on social media, blaming 'misogynistic perverts' in the sport and 'body shaming' in subsequent posts. Shane Gould is a three-time Olympic Games gold medal winn…
Wages growth has been stagnant for years, but there may be some light at the end of the tunnel for Australian workers. Daniel Ziffer has the details.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme has changed the lives of thousands of Australians and it has also proven to be a massive money-maker for some big players. Among them is the Australian Foundation for Disability, also known as Afford, which has seen its revenue skyrocket under the NDIS.By Pat McGrath
After days of confusing messages, the Federal Government has ruled out resettling an asylum-seeking Tamil family in New Zealand or the United States. The family have been in immigration detention for nearly three years, most of the time on Christmas Island.By Laura Tingle
In this episode of The Money Cafe the team discusses fixing rates? why it's now or never, will ETFs take over the market? and how it's a very very fine time for the Big Four banks. To read articles on the topics covered in this episode of The Money Cafe, take out a subscription to The Australian or download the Australian app at your app store. See…
Australia's vaccine rollout has been troubled by setbacks and delays and the overall percentage of the population that has been vaccinated is still very small. It is a massive logistical exercise to get every Australian the option of an inoculation.By Marian Faa
Across the entire country, there were two locally acquired cases of COVID-19 today - one in Melbourne, and one on the Sunshine Coast yet governments are still taking a hard-line approach to containing COVID which is illustrated by the treatment of one couple in Queensland. Sarah and Moe Haidar have been forbidden from seeing, touching or holding th…
The Prime Minister has highlighted the importance of multinationalism today ahead of the G7 summit in Cornwall. Laura Tingle is 7.30's chief political correspondent and she joins Leigh Sales to discuss the political implications.By Laura Tingle
Along the NSW South Coast, close to a million hectares of land was burned and almost 2,000 homes were destroyed or damaged during the Black Summer bushfire. The psychological scars might be harder to see but they run just as deep, especially for young people.By Wayne Carberry
The Tokyo Olympic Games are reaching the point of no return. With just 42 days until the Olympic Games are due to start, the city and nine other prefectures are in a state of emergency. Doctors are worried and most opinion polls show the public do not want the games to go ahead.By Jake Sturmer
Consumer confidence dropped sharply in June.By Alan Kohler
One of Australia's biggest environmental challenges is protecting the Great Barrier Reef. The outlook for the World Heritage icon is very poor according to the Reef Management Authority, mainly due to climate change.By Michael Atkin
The US government recently announced its entire vehicle fleet would go electric, while major manufacturers like General Motors have pledged most of their cars will be emission free by 2035.By Andy Park
Native Americans have been hit hard by the COVID pandemic, with a higher death rate than any other ethnic group in the US. The Blackfeet nation in Montana was one of the worst affected but has turned that around with a combination of strict lockdowns and a successful vaccine roll-out.By Barbara Miller
The medical evacuation of the youngest daughter of the family from Biloela from Christmas Island has raised further questions about the Federal Government's hard-line stance on immigration detention. The family of four Sri Lankan Tamil asylum seekers has been in detention for more than a thousand days.…
Banks and miners fell back a bit, but the market as a whole closed slightly higher.
There have been 21 breaches of hotel quarantine since April last year. University of Melbourne researchers say that amounts to one outbreak for every 204 infected travellers.By Leigh Sales
There were 11 new COVID cases recorded in Victoria overnight but they are all linked to existing cases and most were already in quarantine. The increase of cases is seeing an increase in the number of people wanting to get vaccinated.By Nadia Daly
Independent MP Craig Kelly is refusing to stand down his senior advisor Frank Zumbo who is facing sexual offence charges. The former Liberal backbencher says his staffer is innocent until proven guilty and will continue to work in his Sydney electorate office - despite the allegations relating to young women who worked there.…