Nearly 18 months into this pandemic, Australia still finds itself in a similar position to where we were at the start.
- by Osman Faruqi
Claymore has been without reliable internet access since a telecommunications tower burnt down three months ago, straining the community’s effort to work from home, learn remotely and maintain social connections online during the city’s lockdown.
- by Natassia Chrysanthos
This December marks 13 years since I quit drinking. Keeping off the booze in lockdown has proved to be the hardest challenge.
- by Mel Buttigieg
Bondi Beach residents are lobbying for a ban on leaf blowers, which they say inflict psychological and health damage.
- by Andrew Taylor
Low building standards, various design features, and a warm-weather mentality work against us in winter.
- by Sophie Miura
More than half the nation is locked down, but this time around we’re more confident, we’re buying more and we’re developing habits that will stay with us long after the pandemic.
- by Andrew Charlton
We might not even know the consequences of our transgressions.
- by Justine Toh