How rare are blood clots after the AstraZeneca vaccine? What should you look out for? And how are they treated?

By Karlheinz Peter, Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute and James McFadyen, Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute With COVID-19 community...

How China used the media to spread its COVID narrative — and win friends around the world

By Julia Bergin, The University of Melbourne At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Chinese President Xi Jinping enjoyed...

COVID in Brisbane: 3-day lockdown begins as authorities scramble to find missing links Catherine Bennett, Deakin University

From veggie gardening to op-shopping, migrants are the quiet environmentalists

Sukhmani Khorana, Western Sydney University The organised environmental movement is largely a white, middle-class space. But our research shows...

Australia’s tourism and aviation’s flight path to recovery

Australia’s airlines, travel agents and tourism operators, restaurants and bars, hotels and caravan parks should expect a rush of hundreds of thousands...

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London, September 27, 2020 – The World Travel & Tourism Council , today unveils a new report that explores the implications of the...
By Susan Harris Rimmer, Griffith University Australia is a nation of enthusiastic travellers, it is one of our defining...
By John Gradek, McGill University In late 2019, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) published its “Economic Performance of...
By Warren Staples, RMIT University; Andrew Linden, RMIT University, and Mariano L.M. Heyden, Monash University Ever since Australia’s two...
Melbourne has been named the second most liveable city with Vienna on the top spot by a slight margin.
A new $58.2 million visitor centre opened today ensuring the future of one of Australia’s most popular tourist attractions, the iconic Phillip...
By Rohit Agarwal When we live in a big city like Hyderabad, we can see towering buildings and beautiful...
Claire Smith, Flinders University and Jordan Ralph, Flinders University The destruction of Notre Dame cathedral is lamentable. A wonderful...
CANBERRA -- Australia's Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park board has voted unanimously to ban climbing the iconic Uluru, the world's largest rock. The historic decision was...
SYDNEY -- The boom in Chinese tourism to Australia is continuing to provide a huge boost to the Australian economy, an economist at the...

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How rare are blood clots after the AstraZeneca vaccine? What should you look out for? And how are they treated?

By Karlheinz Peter, Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute and James McFadyen, Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute With COVID-19 community...

How China used the media to spread its COVID narrative — and win friends around the world

By Julia Bergin, The University of Melbourne At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Chinese President Xi Jinping enjoyed...

COVID in Brisbane: 3-day lockdown begins as authorities scramble to find missing links Catherine Bennett, Deakin University