"Hopefully something works out, but if not I'm just glad I shot my shot."
Australian billionaire Clive Palmer has promised to buy a million courses of a drug that has not been proven to help COVID-19.
I went to a concert, a yoga class, a church service, a fishing hole and a beer pong match — all in the pursuit of trying to live a normal life in a global pandemic.
Fake posts about Asian Australians stockpiling and hoarding goods in the coronavirus outbreak are spreading like wildfire.
A Fake Facebook Account Pretending To Be A Chinese Woman Hoarding Toilet Paper Is Being Shared By Right Wing Pages
One page posted a screenshot of the fake account with the caption "How Un Australian Is This Chinese Woman - name and shame!" It's been shared more than 6,700 times.
Facebook, eBay, Google and Amazon have all introduced at least some measures to crack down on price gouging — but not Gumtree. Update: Following this report, Gumtree announced a policy change.
"I guess more people are bored being quarantined at home all day," one influencer said.
You Probably Saw This Hoax About Australia Enforcing A Mandatory Lockdown. Here's The Story Behind It.
The message, lifted from a Malaysian press release, was spread widely online on Tuesday evening.
Some Australians are publishing their own figures of how many people in the country have COVID-19.
Mark Zuckerberg said the bug was caused by a "technical error" in the social network's spam detection system.
This is public service journalism at its finest.
Will Connolly has tried to use his unexpected fame for good. Fraser Anning is nowhere to be seen.
"ASMRtists are able to take a subject or event that may have scared you or made you anxious and turn it into a relaxing experience," one creator said.
"Setting my tinder to Wuhan so I can get the real scoop on what's going on," one user wrote.
Australia's information commissioner alleges 311,127 Australian Facebook users had their personal information exposed to the risk of being used by the infamous data firm.
Megan Monroe is documenting on TikTok the surreal, sometimes grim and often banal reality of being in lockdown.
Toilet paper panic has consumed Australia. Looking at the media coverage might explain why.
Australian Associated Press (AAP) newswire will cease to exist on June 26. The shock announcement has left the media industry reeling.
An Anti-Vaxxer Group Has Been Warned For Using The World Health Organisation Logo On A Press Release
The use of a WHO screenshot on an anti-vaxxer press release gave the "misleading impression" it was an official message from the health organisation, a lawyer said.
Quaden Bayles' mother posted a video of the distraught 9-year-old. Less than 72 hours later, his story would be twisted into a conspiracy theory that he was an 18-year-old scammer.