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Vaccine’s ‘acceptable’ risks unevenly shared in new rollout
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Vaccine’s ‘acceptable’ risks unevenly shared in new rollout

The new vaccine rollout plan, which fragments the cohort again based on age, changes the balance of risk for older Australians.

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‘Delays will increase the chance of lockdowns’: McKell Institute warns of $1.4b hit to economy
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‘Delays will increase the chance of lockdowns’: McKell Institute warns of $1.4b hit to economy

Failing to speed up the vaccination rollout could leave Australians facing up to 34 extra days under lockdown.

  • by Jennifer Duke
Inside story: How Bryan Brown and the Nationals saved Australian film

Inside story: How Bryan Brown and the Nationals saved Australian film

In an unlikely buddy pairing, screen legend Brown and Nationals deputy David Littleproud were part of a posse to prevent the industry from imminent collapse.

  • by Karl Quinn
Vaccine targets dumped: Morrison concedes all Australians may not be vaccinated by end of the year

Vaccine targets dumped: Morrison concedes all Australians may not be vaccinated by end of the year

Mr Morrison said his government has “not set, nor has any plans to set any new targets for completing first doses”.

  • by Anthony Galloway and Nick Bonyhady
‘A steadfast man’: Prime Minister leads tributes to Prince Philip

‘A steadfast man’: Prime Minister leads tributes to Prince Philip

Notable Australians have remembered Prince Philip, who died on Friday aged 99, as a man devoted to duty and service.

  • by Andrew Taylor
Vaccination vacillation may infect recovery, and Morrison’s leadership

Vaccination vacillation may infect recovery, and Morrison’s leadership

For the second time this century, Australia may have successfully navigated its way through a global crisis only to founder on the rocks of recovery because of poor leadership.

  • by George Megalogenis
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The long shot: delays, uncertainty and confusion in Australia’s vaccine rollout

The long shot: delays, uncertainty and confusion in Australia’s vaccine rollout

Less than two months into the national vaccination rollout the Prime Minister’s hopeful messaging had come undone, but within a day there was hope again. How did we get there?

  • by Rachel Clun
Millions to wait longer for vaccine despite new Pfizer deal

Millions to wait longer for vaccine despite new Pfizer deal

Australia has doubled its order of the Pfizer vaccine but the government has acknowledged changes to medical advice on the AstraZeneca vaccine will further delay the national rollout.

  • by Katina Curtis and Rachel Clun
NSW to push ahead with mass-vaccination hub despite AstraZeneca concerns

NSW to push ahead with mass-vaccination hub despite AstraZeneca concerns

Premier Gladys Berejiklian confirmed the mass-vaccination hub would have the capacity to administer the Pfizer vaccine, which has specific refrigeration requirements.

  • by Tom Rabe and Kate Aubusson
Australia to send tens of thousands of vaccines to PNG and East Timor

Australia to send tens of thousands of vaccines to PNG and East Timor

Australia will ship tens of thousands of locally manufactured AstraZeneca vaccines from its Melbourne plant to Papua New Guinea and East Timor within weeks, with both countries battling major outbreaks of the virus.

  • by Anthony Galloway
The fight for women’s safety and rights must lead to real change

The fight for women’s safety and rights must lead to real change

Recent publicity on sexual harassment, rape and violence against women has focused minds but it must be followed by major legislative changes.

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