NSW residents will be able to travel to their favourite regional holiday spot from next month but, in Sydney, the state government has acknowledged its plan for social distancing on public transport is far from perfect.
South Australia has revamped its plan to lift coronavirus restrictions, ditching the blanket rule approach and preparing new rules for different sectors of the beleaguered state economy.
At least four homes near Geelong are uninhabitable and up to 60 others have been damaged in severe storms that lashed Victoria overnight.
International students could head back to Australia within months as universities plan for how they can be safely quarantined and cleared of coronavirus.
Queensland's struggling economy has been struck another blow with warnings the borders may remain closed beyond September amid fears of a second wave of coronavirus infections.
Facebook is launching Shops, a service that will allow businesses to display and sell products on the social network's platforms, chief executive Mark Zuckerberg says.
Retailers being asked for refunds due to cancellations from COVID-19 are being offered fraud detection technology to spot dodgy claims.
A resolution for a review into the global response to coronavirus has passed at the World Health Assembly.
Federal Tourism Minister Simon Birmingham has urged state and territory governments to open their borders to domestic holidaymakers when safe, as Qantas prepares for travel restrictions to be eased as soon as July.
Any children kept home from a NSW school from next week because of coronavirus concerns will be marked as absent, as full-time face-to-face teaching resumes across the state.