The top News headlines from The Sydney Morning Herald. For all the news, visit https://www.smh.com.au
Updated: 2 months 1 week ago
People in many parts of the world are emerging from their homes as virus-related restrictions begin to ease, even as the global pandemic took a turn for the worse elsewhere.
The NRL will not force a group of anti-vax players to have a flu vaccination or download the COVID-19 tracing app.
The head of one of the country’s largest gambling reform lobby groups worries pokies operators and casinos are giving "self-serving advice" to a Victorian taskforce charting a path out of coronavirus lockdown rules.
Maintaining the restrictions and border lockdowns could lead to the virus being eliminated, rather than suppressed, epidemiologists say.
Fifteen people linked to the meatworks have contracted coronavirus and 300 staff are being tested, but Victoria's Health Minister says there is no threat to public health.
The state's seniors are becoming tech-savvy during the pandemic to maintain their social connections and combat loneliness.
New research has proved for the first time ancient humans adapted over time from eating fish to land-based animals as they made the long journey to Australia.
The problems at Members Equity are just an early warning of much bigger challenges for banks and their customers in the months ahead.
Queensland recorded one new COVID-19 case on Sunday. Authorities don't know how they became infected.
The Board of Australian Associated Press has entered "detailed" discussions with interested parties on a sale.
The best photos from the international wire agencies as chosen by our picture editors.
More than 3.3 million people worldwide have now tested positive for COVID-19.
If you suspect you or a family member has coronavirus you should call (not visit) your GP or ring the national Coronavirus Health Information Hotline on 1800 020 080.
Labor's call to overhaul and curtail the immigration program has won the cautious support from the union movement, but divided MPs with some concerned about the party sounding racist in its bid to slash the number of temporary workers.
After weeks of chaos and confusion, one of the last remaining pieces of the NRL's May 28 jigsaw was put in place just on dusk at Tamworth.
Warrnambool will stage its traditional May carnival this week, although the riotous party atmosphere will be absent this time around.
Trainer Tony McEvoy defended his jockey against the critics and said group 1 favourite Sunlight was beaten simply because she didn't turn up.
VRC chief executive Neil Wilson said all options would be considered for Derby Day if the AFL season stretched to the end of October
Perth Glory chairman Tony Sage is "very happy" Fox Sports has forwarded FFA its quarterly payment and is hopeful the rest of the broadcast deal will be honoured.
Four of New Zealand's 20 district health regions report no active cases, and calls are growing for people to be allowed to return to work.