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NSW goes to the Top of the Class The NSW Government updated the media on plans to return International students to New South Wales. The goal is to jump-start the sector after a challenging 18 months. Two hundred and fifty students a fortnight will be flown into the State. Students

The opinion and economics editors at The Australian and The Australian Financial Review may have been slathering over each other to impose herd immunity on the country, but happily for Australia’s business community, no one took them seriously. Australia took a hit – especially in Victoria – but largely avoided

Around the world, each government’s response to the current pandemic has been different as has the effectiveness of those individual responses. The old fault lines of the developed and developing economies do not provide the easy dichotomy to parse responses as they might have in the past.   In fact, the

As marketers work from home and are siloed away from co-workers, family and friends, it is imperative they always include their own mental wellbeing as well as their colleagues.  There are any number of factors — screen fatigue, reduction in human contact, the difficulty of building and maintaining culture —

This is part three in Which-50’s COVID-19 Disruption Series, which examines how Australia’s digital infrastructure is coping with the society-wide disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Read part one here and part two here.  Digital tools have found their way into classrooms over recent years, but as COVID-19 renders both

The ACCC has granted interim authorisation allowing the NBN, Telstra, Optus, Vodafone, TPG and Vocus to collaborate to keep telecommunications and networks operating effectively during the current COVID-19 pandemic.  At the request of Mitch Fifield, minister for communications these six organisations have formed a group to share information, coordinate strategies