NSW Premier reveals roadmap out of lockdown

Facemasks will be scrapped indoors from December and unvaccinated people have been warned they face another two months in lockdown under NSW’s latest roadmap to COVID normal. The blueprint, unveiled by Premier Gladys Berejiklian today, outlines what life will look like when 80 per cent of people aged 16 or … ...

Fair Work awards 2.5 per cent minimum wage increase

The Fair Work Commission has announced a 2.5 per cent increase in the minimum wage and related award minimum wages. This will take the minimum wage for Australia’s lowest-paid workers to $20.33 an hour, or $772.60 a week for full-time workers. It will mean an extra $18.80 a week for … ...

NT becomes first jurisdiction to offer COVID vaccines to everyone over 16

Anyone in the Northern Territory aged 16 and older will be able to get a COVID-19 vaccine, Chief Minister Michael Gunner has announced. Currently, people over 16 who were not already included in the staged vaccine rollout could only book in for the vaccine if they lived in regional parts … ...

Federal budget 2021 suggests international borders won’t reopen until mid-next year

The international border is expected to remain closed until mid-2022 and under the assumptions laid out in the budget, a quarantine program will remain in place, limiting overseas arrivals. Some international travel may begin sooner, but the budget papers imply a gap between when borders fully reopen and when all Australians … ...

Mother’s Day Australia 2021: The history of the holiday

When is Mother’s Day in Australia in 2021? Mother’s Day in Australia falls on Sunday, 9 May, 2021. It’s traditionally celebrated on the second Sunday in May and was first celebrated in Australia in 1910, according to the National Library of Australia. “Australia celebrated “Mother’s Day” yesterday for the first … ...

Singapore travel bubble eyed as Australia-New Zealand flights resume

As planes begin freely flying passengers between New Zealand and Australia for the first time in 400 days, the government is eyeing more deals with neighbouring countries. Asian travel hub Singapore has been floated by senior members of the government as the next potential destination for Australians, along with countries in the South Pacific. Deputy … ...

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