Supermarkets and pharmacies are being allowed to temporarily open for 24 hours in some states, so what stores plan to take advantage of the new rules?
Despite shoppers being warned by the government not to panic buy during the coronavirus pandemic, supermarkets are still displaying empty shelves.
People are calling for supermarkets to take drastic social distancing measures – but a retail expert suggests it might not work.
There have been calls for Australian supermarkets to follow a drastic measure taken by foreign stores in the wake of the global pandemic.
Australia produces enough food for three times its population but shelves have been stripped bare as shoppers fear being in COVID-19 lock down.
A fiery supermarket exchange has been filmed and shared online. It shows a Coles worker arguing with a confused shopper.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has called on Australians to stop hoarding supermarket items in a scathing message to the public.
They claim the thieves stole the groceries within minutes of the bags being left outside of the their Adelaide home.