should i wear a mask on public transport?

Should I wear a mask on public transport?

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Image: Shuttlestock As restrictions ease, many Australians will be wondering if it’s worth wearing a mask on the bus, train or tram to reduce their risk of being infected with coronavirus. When Deputy Chief Medical Officer...
how social media influencers are helping people against coronavirus

How Social Media Influencers Are Helping People Against Coronavirus

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It’s that time of the year when everybody is fighting to stop the spread of the pandemic- COVID-19. Whether it’s about the healthcare sector or the viral videos at all the leading social media...
relationships australia survey results

Relationships Australia survey results

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COVID-19 restrictions and the effects on people's relationships New research launched today by Relationships Australia reveals that the close relationships in our lives have been significantly affected by restrictions associated with COVID-19. Based on data collected...
transport update: what you need to know as we respond to coronavirus

Transport update: what you need to know as we respond to coronavirus

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As restrictions are gradually eased, all Victorians are being asked to play their part to keep each other safe and that includes making responsible choices about using our public transport network.   When it comes to...
love lockdown: the pandemic has put pressure on many relationships, but here’s how to tell if yours will survive

Love lockdown: the pandemic has put pressure on many relationships, but here’s how to...

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Picture: Shuttlestock Life in lockdown has been tough on many relationships. But negotiating the transition back to “normal” as restrictions continue to lift could also be a challenge for couples. So what are some of the...
giving it away for free – why the performing arts risks making the same mistake newspapers did

Giving it away for free – why the performing arts risks making the same...

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Sydney Chamber Opera’s Breaking Glass online performance from Carriageworks. Daniel Boud There’s a long-running adage about working for free in the performing arts. “The problem with working for exposure,” it goes, “is you can die from...
why does crowd noise matter?

Why does crowd noise matter?

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Picture: Ryan Pierse/AAP Sporting codes are restarting as part of easing restrictions amid the coronavirus pandemic. In Australia, the NRL season has just restarted, the AFL will resume on June 11, and Super Netball will return on August...
a time to embrace the edge spaces that make our neighbourhoods tick

A time to embrace the edge spaces that make our neighbourhoods tick

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Picture: Shuttlestock As we emerge from COVID-19 lockdowns, it is timely to reflect on how the design of our neighbourhoods and the ways we interact with them affect our lived experience. A clear lesson from the...
the coronavirus has thrust human limitations into the spotlight. will it mark the rise of automation?

The coronavirus has thrust human limitations into the spotlight. Will it mark the rise...

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Picture: Hendrik Schmidt/DPA The coronavirus pandemic has caused a massive surge in global unemployment. It has also highlighted the increasingly valuable role of automation in today’s world. Although there are some jobs machines just can’t do, COVID-19 has...
the vaccine we’re testing in australia is based on a flu shot. here’s how it could work against coronavirus

The vaccine we’re testing in Australia is based on a flu shot. Here’s how...

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Image: Shuttlestock A new trial has begun in Victoria this week to evaluate a potential vaccine against COVID-19. The vaccine is called NVX-CoV2373 and is from a US biotech company, Novavax. The trial will be carried out across Melbourne...