Next week's restoration of pre-COVID travel between Australia and New Zealand has been labelled "Monumental Monday" as airlines, airports and travellers gear up for the trans-Tasman bubble.
Queensland's deputy premier has defended taking a family break in NSW while his own government is offering incentives to get Queenslanders to holiday at home.
Climate experts are calling for much stronger emissions-reduction targets for Australia to ensure global warming remains well below two degrees Celsius.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg says the drop in the unemployment rate is a further sign of Australia's economic recovery gaining momentum.
Australia's largest dairy company is being investigated by the Tasmanian environment watchdog over issues with effluent management.
Coinbase has made a rousing debut on Wall Street, with shares of the digital currency exchange rising so high that the company briefly had a market value over $US100 billion ($A130 billion).
A "critical alert" has been issued to Australian organisations using Microsoft Exchange to send and receive emails after the tech giant found significant new vulnerabilities.
Queensland will ease coronavirus restrictions early after no new locally acquired cases were reported.
Scott Morrison has refused to offer former Australia Post chief executive Christine Holgate an apology after she accused him of bullying.
Citing reputational risk from poor animal welfare practice, New Zealand is banning live exports of animals by sea.