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Brisbane lockdown sends Heat to Adelaide early as teams play border cat-and-mouse

Brisbane lockdown sends Heat to Adelaide early as teams play border cat-and-mouse

Brisbane’s lockdown last week threw the Australian Baseball League fixtures into chaos and sent the Perth Heat to Adelaide, where they now face eight matches in seven days in an already-disrupted season.

  • by Chris Pike

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'This isn't a magic virus': Confidence mutant strain can be contained

'This isn't a magic virus': Confidence mutant strain can be contained

Leading infectious diseases experts say the same measures that Australia has deployed against earlier strains of the coronavirus should work.

  • by Aisha Dow
Ventilation blamed for COVID spread, as design problems are detected

Ventilation blamed for COVID spread, as design problems are detected

Investigations at Melbourne hospitals have found it is common for the air in rooms of sick patients to be funnelled into busy corridors, as questions are now raised about the safety of hotel quarantine.

  • by Aisha Dow
The need for speed: Bendigo is out to deliver the fastest  internet in Australia

The need for speed: Bendigo is out to deliver the fastest internet in Australia

The 100-gigabit network, which Bendigo Telco says is the first in regional Australia, is more than 500 times faster than connections to the average Melbourne household.

  • by Benjamin Preiss
With a little magic, Adelaide Festival free to dream of summer nights

With a little magic, Adelaide Festival free to dream of summer nights

Despite the pandemic playing havoc with plans, Adelaide is promising a rich and varied program for its festival in February.

  • by Steve Dow
Queensland border opening to Sydney on December 1

Queensland border opening to Sydney on December 1

Sydneysiders will be able to visit family and friends over Christmas.

  • by Josh Dye and Mary Ward
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States cannot open and shut their borders with every whiff of a cluster

States cannot open and shut their borders with every whiff of a cluster

The COVID-19 pandemic has stripped the flesh off our federation and revealed its true structure - the enduring power of the states to call the shots.

  • by The Herald's View
How do you campaign for a UN job from your study? Ask Natasha Stott Despoja

How do you campaign for a UN job from your study? Ask Natasha Stott Despoja

Lobbying remotely proved no obstacle for Natasha Stott Despoja in clinching a coveted UN position.

  • by Jacqueline Maley
South Australia blames lockdown on pizza worker's lies

South Australia blames lockdown on pizza worker's lies

SA Premier Steven Marshall publicly berated the fast food worker accused of lying to contact tracers.

  • by Aisha Dow, Henrietta Cook, Rachael Dexter and Esther Han
South Australia says contact tracing lie led to six-day hard lockdown

South Australia says contact tracing lie led to six-day hard lockdown

South Australian Police Commissioner Grant Stevens says the state was plunged into a hard lockdown based on a lie told to contact tracers by a pizza shop worker.

  • by Rachael Dexter and Aisha Dow
Victoria closes border to South Australia after outbreak

Victoria closes border to South Australia after outbreak

Victoria will close its western border from 11.59pm on Thursday after finding traces of coronavirus in wastewater in Portland and Benalla.

  • by Rachael Dexter, Benjamin Preiss and Craig Butt