Victoria
Second wave lockdowns with risk-targeted policy responses

Healthcare capacity and the economic ramifications should be considered when making choices on ...  
State governments favour migrants with jobs

State and territory governments have prioritised skilled and business migration places, Abul Rizvi ...  
Branch stacking scandals highlight the media's double standards

Australia is a nation of double standards. It should come as no surprise to see our politicians ...  
No Sukkar for Labor over Liberal branch stacking revelations

Remember when branch stacking was the biggest scandal in Australian politics?  
The revolving door inside our aged care sector

If Australia has known for a long time that its aged care sector is in crisis, why is reform so ...  
Aged care like being 'on death row'

Blame for the cruel treatment of our elderly doesn't just fall on the aged care sector but on the ...  
Lockdown makes life tougher for those in rehab

Lockdown poses big challenges for those in rehabilitation, who rely on social interaction to aid ...  
Can Western Port stop AGL's dirty floating gas factory?

AGL Energy’s proposed gas import terminal for Western Port Bay has been rejected by the ...  
The personal impact of the elective surgery backlog

The delays in elective surgeries due to the pandemic, while necessary, have been difficult to deal ...  
Wren's Week: COVID-19 complacency escalated by conservative commentary

The escalation of COVID-19 cases in Victoria has been made worse by the attitudes of conservative ...  
Jim's Mowing and Karen's Bunnings dangerous adventures

It’s time we called out Karen, Jim et al for what they are: dangerously irresponsible individ ...  
Coronavirus unveils all: Aged care and the Victorian crisis

The response to the COVID-19 pandemic has revealed poor management within the aged care sector.  
How Melbourne’s events sector workers have struggled in the pandemic

William Olson gives a first-hand account of how Melbourne's hospitality industry was affected ...  
Morrison cancels Parliament due to COVID-19 — and Dan Andrews

Concerned about lack of government accountability as Parliament shuts down Well, that’s because ...  
Dan damned — Scott scot-free

Premier Dan Andrews is damned if he does and damned if he doesn't, but PM Scott Morrison remains ...  
Wren's Week: Liberal irresponsibility to blame for Victoria's COVID-19 resurgence

Rhetoric from conservative politicians and media has caused Victorians to let their guards down ...  
One in ten inmates in Victoria’s prison system is Aboriginal

Victoria's State Government must do better on Indigenous incarceration rates, writes Victorian ...  
COVID-19 lockdowns hardest on the vulnerable

Being given an hour’s notice that you are about to be plunged into hard lockdown is a circums ...  

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