State governments are continuing to release their next stage plans to aid in the economic recovery and ensure safe work practices. Here is an updated summary of plans announced from around the country.
To help Australians respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, nbn is providing up to $50 million to assist phone and internet providers to support small and medium businesses.
Victorian Premier, Daniel Andrews announces a further easing on restrictions from 11:59 pm on 31 May, which will allow beauty and personal care services like nail salons, spas, tattoo parlours to reopen with up to 20 customers per space – with customer contact details required to be kept.
The Morrison Government and all State and Territory governments have agreed to jointly invest in a new $80 million infection control training fund.
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is aware of a significant increase in Australians being targeted with COVID-19 scams, fraud attempts and deceptive email and SMS schemes.
Small businesses facing challenges amid COVID-19 can receive free advice on support options available from the NSW Government through a series of new webinars.
As governments start to lift their COVID-19 lockdowns, retail workers in clothing, department and other stores are readying themselves to return to work as long as it is safe to do so.
Following the Prime Minister and National Cabinet's recent roadmap to a COVIDSafe Australia, states and territories have announced their plans for easing restrictions, as the economy prepares to move from crisis to recovery.
More than half a million Australians have one less thing to worry about, with banks providing a six-month loan deferral on an estimated $6.8 billion of business, mortgage and other loan repayments due to the impact of COVID-19.
As the Australian economy gradually reopens, a new online toolkit has been launched to provide detailed guidance for businesses and workers on how to stay safe from COVID-19.
NBN Co announces it will establish a $150 million financial relief and assistance fund to help internet providers to support their residential and small and medium business customers affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Australian Taxation Office is extending the time available for businesses to pay their employees, and still be able to claim back the first JobKeeper payments.
Businesses across the state doing it tough during the COVID-19 pandemic are encouraged to register for the NSW Government’s small business advisory program.
The ACCC has granted interim authorisation allowing retailers to collectively bargain with landlords about rent relief during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In an effort to help combat increasing food insecurity through the COVID-19 crisis, Kelloggs Australia and New Zealand has announced that it will extend its support of Australia’s two largest food relief charities, OzHarvest and FoodBank -committing to increase food donations by 1 tonne per...
New website STILL OPEN FOR BUSINESS has launched, allowing Australian’s to search a database of local businesses across the country who are still in operation during the COVID-19 crisis.
Beyond Blue welcomes the Australian Government’s $1.1 billion immediate investment in more telehealth, mental health and family supports for those affected by the Coronavirus outbreak.
From Monday Woolworths’ Pick Up service will be switched back on for its Priority Assistance customers in more than 100 Pick up Drive thru stores and 600 in-store service desk locations.
NBN Co is responding to a shift in Australia’s internet usage patterns that will occur as more people choose to work, study, shop and stream more content at home as the nation responds to the impact of COVID-19 (the Coronavirus). During this period, digital connectivity will also be a primary...