More people say they would support a vaccine mandate than say they would definitely take the vaccine themselves.
There could still be another challenge on constitutional grounds, but there may not be time before the ban ends anyway.
The Indian government has been keeping an eye out for India's vaccine producers by not approving any other vaccines, and by letting them charge what they want. It's the people who are suffering.
Although Australians are generally supportive of closed borders, they are split on whether the pandemic has been a boon for national unity and social cohesion.
Christine Holgate's new job will cost Australia Post, and Australian taxpayers.
A study of 183 coral reefs worldwide quantified the impacts of ocean warming and acidification on reef growth rates. Even under the lowest emissions scenarios, the future of reefs is not bright.
Our research is deeply concerning because it signals there are no quick fixes to the ongoing fire crisis afflicting Australia, which is being driven by relentless climate change.
Do we want to punish some of the most vulnerable young people in the community, or do we want to reduce re-offending? The Northern Territory's proposed youth justice reforms suggest the former.
Protesters are defying orders to disband and are helping distribute food to hospitals and other people in need.
Child sexual abuse and child sex trafficking are serious problems. Misinformation is harming efforts to combat them.
Why do men identify as straight if they have sex with other men? And why would a straight man have sex with another man in the first place?
The legislature of South Carolina recently voted to allow death row prisoners to choose a firing squad over electrocution and lethal injection.
Were he still alive, former prime minister Robert Muldoon might have warned the Labour government about the trouble a wage freeze can get you into.
New research found colour played a major role skewing researcher bias — pretty, vibrant flowers get more scientific attention than dull plants, regardless of their ecological significance.
As a concert pianist, Scott Davie has been searching for the spirit of Chopin since his teens. It's taken him to Paris and Majorca and channeled tantalising notes through time.
The Tiangong space station is set to become a second long-term habitat for humans in orbit around Earth.
Many people are unsure if their condition qualifies as an underlying medical condition. They may not realise they're already eligible for the COVID vaccine.
Several spaceflights scheduled over the next few years will take non-astronauts to space. But it's not certain this privilege will ever extend to anyone beyond the extremely wealthy.
Vaccination is likely to substantially reduce virus transmission by reducing the pool of people who become infected, and reducing virus levels in people who do get infected.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg's 'pandemic budget' is simultaneously an 'election budget', writes Michelle Grattan