WHO have declared Covid lockdowns are cause lasting damage to poorer communities in a dramatic backflip to advice given during the first wave.
Incredible photos of Taiwan's annual balloon festival show crowds unheard of in the rest of the world.
Donna Porée, 22, discovered the alien-like bag of spuds with metre-long roots growing under her kitchen shelf and posted photos on Twitter.
Australia is tipped to be one of a few countries the EU will open its borders to, but that doesn't mean Aussies will be able to jet off just yet.
Crowds of people outside the pub were seen lining up down the street without social distancing.
Victoria will further ease coronavirus restrictions from 11.59pm on June 21, allowing for more patrons at pubs and restaurants.
'Our aim is to be able to welcome every tourist who has overcome their fear,' Greece's tourism minister said.
Health Minister Greg Hunt has warned Australians to remember one thing as restrictions ease and life returns back to normal.
Thermal imaging technology could be the new normal in high traffic areas, in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
'You have single-handedly set the worst precedent for our entire industry at this most difficult time,' a furious Sydney restaurateur declared to the woman.
As coronavirus restrictions begin to ease in Australia, there’s a worrying trend emerging across the world as 'complacent' nations are forced into new lockdowns.
Australia's Chief Medical Officer says he can't see international border restrictions changing for some time, given two thirds of Australia's COVID-19 cases came from overseas.
The café opened in defiance of public health orders and saw a packed house full of customers and no social distancing or wearing of masks.
Ahead of reopening bars and restaurants this week the Northern Territory Chief Health Officer has siad he is terrified of a second outbreak.
From libraries reopening to group gatherings being allowed – see what it means for your state or territory?
As restrictions are eased there is one thing that "every retailer, every customer, every person" must remember.