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Workplace transmissions: a predictable result of the class divide in worker rights

How to stop sick people going to work? That’s a question the Victorian government has been grappling with since it became clear about 80% of...

What Victoria’s abattoir rules mean for the supply and price of meat

With Victoria’s declaration of a state of disaster and imposition of Stage 4 restrictions, many Melburnians have returned to panic buying. Supermarket shelves across...

Victoria’s child-care shutdown is a hard blow for working mothers

How do you occupy a child for long enough to get any work done? This will be the question confronting more than 150,000 Melbourne families...

Our lives matter – Melbourne public housing residents talk about why COVID-19 hits them...

The toughest lockdown imposed on residents of public housing in Australia has been lifted, but their COVID-19 ordeal isn’t over – and recovering from...

Two weeks into Melbourne’s lockdown, why aren’t COVID-19 case numbers going down?

Fourteen days after Melbourne was put back into lockdown, the latest daily tally of 484 new cases in Victoria makes for dispiriting reading. Why...

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