One state premier has highlighted the major risks that could lead to a second coronavirus wave as another school is shut down.
They travelled from the north of England to the south for a McDonald's fix, and despite backlash over their trip, the pair say they'd do it all over again.
Nathan Turner, 30, held a party at his home last Friday for about a dozen people despite showing symptoms.
Thousands of face masks and plastic containers have washed up along beaches in and around Sydney in the last few days.
Investigations are now focusing on how exactly a small remote town managed to acquire its first case of the virus.
The source of one third of confirmed coronavirus cases in Australia in the previous 24 hours remains unknown, a statistic hindering the nation's ability to contain the virus.
China's war of words with the West rolls on, this time over nations' 'interference' with proposed Hong Kong security laws.
Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson has hit out at Australian politicians amid ongoing tensions between the two countries.
Health Minister Greg Hunt has responded to Australian research that says the coronavirus looks likes it was 'designed for humans'.
The Chinese government has hit out at 'external interference' after Australia and other nations voiced their concerns over new security laws for Hong Kong.
The New Zealand prime minister's nonchalant response when an earthquake hit her Wellington building has left viewers in awe.
Tens of thousands of homes were left without power as winds of up to 126km/h brought roofs off buildings and ripped down trees.
Government modelling has predicted close to 50,000 people could die in just six months in the under-resourced nation.
Queensland's transport minister has unleashed a scathing attack on NSW Premier Gladys Berejkilian amid an ongoing battle over border closures.
The US president has lambasted 'some wacko in China' and accused the communist nation of a 'mass worldwide killings'.
A leading virologist has warned one continent in particular 'really needs to be looked at' as cases there surge.