Chinese state-owned companies buy up water in the Murray-Darling. Many farmers are still in drought and can't be forgotten during the coronavirus crisis. Dr Norman Swan looks at mental health and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Two Ruby Princess crew members speak out about their ordeal. The federal government's childcare relief scheme has created unexpected problems for the sector. Plus the church that promotes bleach as a cure for coronavirus COVID-19.
Coronavirus has turned the property market upside down in the blink of an eye. Plus Dr Norman Swan looks at whether COVID-19 is likely to be more of a problem in the colder months.
Calls for private health insurers to hand back profits to customers during coronavirus COVID-19 crisis. How the pandemic changed the way we farewell loved ones who have passed away. Plus an investigation into a cluster in Tasmania.
Concerns about the long-term cost of people accessing their super during the coronavirus crisis. Dr Norman Swan looks at how COVID-19 has affected some children. Plus the pandemic prompts renewed calls for economic reform.
Parts of Australia have gone more than a week with no new coronavirus COVID-19 cases. The pandemic expose how reliant Australia is on the rest of the world for crucial goods such as medical supplies. Claims of unsafe conditions in two call centres in the Philippines.
Did New Zealand's coronavirus lockdown need to go so far? Dr Norman Swan compares Australia's COVID-19 response to Sweden's. Plus mental health support groups are receiving a record number of calls. Presented by Leigh Sales.
Researchers across the globe are racing to develop a vaccine for coronavirus COVID-19. Hospitality and the arts are two of the sectors that have suffered the biggest hit during this pandemic. Anzac Day will look very different this year.
Health professionals are incensed by dramatic price increases for face masks and other protective equipment by one of Australia's largest medical suppliers. Dr Norman Swan looks at the long-term health impact of the pandemic.
The nation's second largest airline, Virgin Australia, now in the hands of administrators. Coronavirus COVID-19 has overwhelmed countries like the UK, which is on track to be the worst-hit in Europe. Plus the debate over whether to send kids to school.
In a special extended one hour episode of 7.30, we meet two people who had coronavirus COVID-19 and beat it. Dr Norman Swan looks at when life might return to normal. Plus Leigh Sales interviews former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull.
Scott Morrison discusses the governments approach to coronavirus COVID-19. Australian Paul Gauger put on ventilator in New York unsure if he would ever wake. And behind the scenes with contact tracers
Kevin Rudd talks about the effect of COVID-19 on the economy. Grandchildren send messages to their isolated grandparents. Virgin Australia asks for federal government loan. Dr Norman Swan looks at coronavirus treatment. Ruby Princess coronavirus death toll climbs.
Wuhan lockdown ends but some restrictions remain. Celebrating milestones differently in the age of COVID-19. Workers worried they're putting themselves and their communities at risk. Laura Tingle on Virgin Australia's chances of getting federal government help. Retail sector may not bounce back quickly. Bushfire victims worried they're being forgotten now focus is on coronavirus.
Australians who lived through World War II share their thoughts on the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. Teachers who are missing their students sent us these messages for them. Lack of tourists hurting communities like Kalbarri in WA. Many Australians unsure how they're going to keep paying the rent. How safe is outdoor exercise at the moment? Dr Norman Swan answers some of your coronavirus questions. Behind-the-scenes look at efforts to prepare hospitals for coronavirus peak.
Providing a helping hand to the elderly in a time of social isolation. A day in the life of a supermarket worker. Professor Paul Young discusses the search for a coronavirus vaccine. What it's like when both your children go down with coronavirus. Dr Sanjaya Senanayake discusses coronavirus latest. What the fall in superannuation could mean for you. Coronavirus creating confusion at Centrelink. And armchair epidemiologist Mark Humphries gives his thoughts on coronavirus.
Dr Osterholm predicted a pandemic like coronavirus COVID-19 and he outlines his battle plan. Parliament votes on $130 billion wage subsidy package. Norman Swan looks at the government's coronavirus modelling. More children send messages to isolated grandparents. Doctors gamble thousands to access protective equipment from China.
Laura Tingle on the coronavirus COVID-19 modelling released today. Adam Bienkov explains who is running Britain now Boris Johnson is in intensive care. Coroner calls for Department of Veterans' Affairs to be subject to independent audit of veterans' complaints. New York's health system overwhelmed by coronavirus patients. Intensive care specialist Hugh Montgomery on when a coronavirus patient would need to go to ICU. Staggering number of Australians stood down or laid off. George Pell freed from prison after High Court quashed his child sexual abuse convictions.
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