Fearless Forecast Week 5: 223 Pass Yds, Pass TD
Projected Points: 14.6
Bill Gates says Australia and South Korea are among the countries that have done best at balancing competing health and economic needs amid the pandemic.
IMF managing director Kristalina Georgieva says a "small upward revision" of the fund's growth forecasts is likely when data is released next week.
US President Donald Trump has indicated he will take part in a scheduled debate with Democratic candidate Joe Biden on October 15.
Physician Sean Conley says US President Donald Trump is experiencing "no symptoms" of COVID-19 after returning to the White House from hospital.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson says offshore wind power generation could supply electricity to all households in the country by 2030.
Blood samples taken from Alexei Navalny have confirmed the presence of a nerve agent from the Novichok family, the global chemical weapons watchdog says.
Best friends Ellie McKenzie and Jessica Fitzgerald became opponents after being drafted to Richmond and the Western Bulldogs at Pick 1 and 2 in the AFLW draft.
Australian government debt is set to top $1 trillion for the first time, but economists believe its is manageable with interest rates at record lows.
Aged care groups are urging the federal government to boost funds for the sector, despite the budget including $1.6 billion for home care packages.
The federal government will deliver billions of dollars in tax breaks so businesses invest and employ workers as Australia recovers from a virus-led recession.
Labor has raised concerns employer incentives to hire young people, announced in the federal budget, will leave almost one million job seekers behind.
Melbourne will use training to try to simulate the Suncorp Stadium crowd, saying they were not used to the noise after COVID restrictions at NRL matches.
A leading Victorian epidemiologist says a growing cluster linked to a butcher at Chadstone Shopping Centre is concerning and contact tracing must be perfect.
NSW and Queensland are continuing to suppress community spread of the coronavirus as Victoria grapples with its latest cluster.