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SYDNEY: Students and employees of nine major educational institutions were among more than 100 latest confirmed Covid-19 (coronavirus) cases in Australia's New South Wales, bringing the total number of people infected by the disease in the hard-hit state to nearly 2,500, health authorities said on Saturday (April 4).
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Rugby Australia's chief executive Raelene Castle could be sacked in a matter of days, local media reported on Saturday, as the embattled governing body struggles to deal with a financial crisis compounded by the coronavirus shutdown.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - New South Wales Waratahs coach Campbell Aitken admitted there were mixed emotions for his team after they secured their third straight Super W title by declaration because of the coronavirus outbreak.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia reported a sustained fall in new coronavirus infections and conducted the biggest peacetime maritime operation on Sydney Harbour on Saturday, refuelling foreign cruise ships before expelling them from local waters.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - As many as 10 million people globally may have been infected by the new coronavirus, Australia's chief medical officer said on Friday, with the under-reporting due to a lack of testing in some countries for the highly contagious respiratory disease.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian officials closed internal borders on Friday and warned people to stay home over the upcoming Easter holiday as the country seeks to capitalise on a further fall in the rate of new coronavirus cases.
BEIJING (AP): Asian stocks were mixed Thursday (April 2) after a White House warning that as many as 240,000 Americans might die of the coronavirus sent Wall Street tumbling and signs of the outbreak's global economic cost increased.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's national science agency said on Thursday it has commenced the first stage of testing potential vaccines for COVID-19, as it joins a global race to halt the coronavirus pandemic.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Thursday said the country's childcare sector will get A$1.6 billion (784.62 million pounds) over the next three months from taxpayer subsidies in a package that would make childcare in the country free.
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Nations considering bids to host the 2027 Asian Cup have been given an extra three months to lodge expressions of interest due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) said on Thursday.