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Four experts investigate how the 5G coronavirus conspiracy theory began

CONVERSATION Wasim Ahmed, Newcastle University; Joseph Downing, London School of Economics and Political Science; Marc Tuters, University of Amsterdam, and Peter Knight, University of Manchester In...

No big bounce: 2020-21 economic survey points to a weak recovery getting weaker, amid declining living standards

No big bounce: 2020-21 economic survey points to a weak recovery getting weaker, amid declining living standards The Conversation Peter Martin, Crawford School of Public Policy,...

Morrison strengthens his power, enshrining national cabinet and focus on jobs

Morrison strengthens his power, enshrining national cabinet and focus on jobs Public hospitals across the country will have...

Don’t blame COVID-19: Target’s decline is part of a deeper trend

Don't blame COVID-19: Target's decline is part of a deeper trend Jason Pallant, Swinburne University of Technology and Gary Mortimer, Queensland University of Technology THE CONVERSATION Wesfarmers’...

Rich and poor don’t recover equally from epidemics. Rebuilding fairly will be a global challenge

The ambition to build back better therefore needs to be made explicit and transparent as countries slowly re-emerge from their COVID-19 cocoons.

Road crashes, assaults and being spat on: the dangers facing Australian police in the line of duty

Road crashes, assaults and being spat on: the dangers facing Australian police in the line of duty Kelly Hine, Australian National University THE CONVERSATION The horrific deaths...

90% out of work with one week’s notice. These 8 charts show the unemployment impacts of coronavirus in Australia

90% out of work with one week’s notice. These 8 charts show the unemployment impacts of coronavirus in Australia THE CONVERSATION 90% out of work with...

The charts that show coronavirus pushing up to a quarter of the workforce out of work

vThe charts that show coronavirus pushing up to a quarter of the workforce out of work THE CONVERSATION ...