Covid Research stories

04
Jun
2020

There’s another health crisis looming – what happens when the pokies switch back on?

When the COVID-19 restrictions came into force more than two months ago, it meant lights out for the country’s 200,000 poker machines. Now...
29
May
2020

Work and wellbeing bounce back during coronavirus crisis

Government measures to arrest the economic impact of COVID-19 have helped stop further job losses and declines in working hours, new...
28
May
2020

Millennial mental health toll spikes during Covid

There has been a spike in severe psychological distress in young Australian adults under 35, according to new analysis from The Australian...
27
May
2020

For First Nations people, coronavirus has meant fewer services, separated families and over-policing: new report

Yesterday was National Sorry Day in Australia. It marks the anniversary of the tabling of the Bringing Them Home report, which chronicles...
19
May
2020

Two in three volunteers stopped vital work due to COVID-19

COVID-19 has had a significant impact on the economic and social benefits generated by the roughly seven million Australians who volunteer...
19
May
2020

Why good leaders need to hold the hose: how history might read Morrison’s coronavirus leadership

What does political leadership look like in a pandemic? Many of us probably carry images in our heads of what good leadership might be in a...
18
May
2020

Self-employed feel the sharp edge of COVID-19, survey shows

More than four-in-five self-employed Australians say their profits have taken a significant hit because of COVID-19, new analysis from The...

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