Premier Daniel Andrews is expected to ease some restrictions on Sunday, although his decision remains unclear because of an outbreak in Melbourne's north.
While the federal government considers alternatives to hotel quarantine, it's unclear whether Victorian businesses are about to get COVID-19 lockdown relief.
The Queensland premier has denied her government's re-election will be a "shoo-in" and has warned of a coalition government between the LNP and minor parties.
Armenian-Australians have marched in Sydney calling for the federal government's support as a bitter conflict rages in the region of Nagorno-Karabakh.
The US president has promised supporters the coronavirus pandemic would end soon, despite the US breaking its daily record of new cases.
When the dad's sister called, his five-year-old daughter said her parents, aged 25 and 30, had been 'sleeping' for a long time.
A man is in custody in Perth after a struggle with police when he allegedly refused to comply with self-quarantine rules at an apartment complex.
A Belgian tourist pleaded guilty after paying for his Australian holiday by selling child sex abuse material online.
The plane crashed within metres of the surrounding homes, causing one house and several vehicles to go up in flames.
A COVID-19 testing blitz is being rolled out across parts of northeast Melbourne as the city's residents hold out hope for more restrictions to ease on Sunday.
Officials are examining the genomic sequence of a COVID-19 strain that's infected the crew of a ship off Queensland, while the state has recorded no new cases.
Four budding artists aged between seven and 18 have won the Young Archie prize in their age categories, showing ability and thinking beyond their years.
A family says the six-year-old has been targeted by neighbours who claim they are unable to work from home because of her 'shrieking'.
Relaxing restrictions too soon could see 'case numbers explode', Daniel Andrews warned as authorities wait for thousands of test results.
Victoria has reported seven new cases of COVID-19 and no deaths, as authorities tell some Melbourne residents to get tested and isolate even if asymptomatic.
More people in NSW can convene for worship, in hospitality venues and outside at gatherings as restrictions ease, while no new local cases have been recorded.