Covid- 19

Home Is Wherever Ngaiire Is

Ngaiire started writing her third album ‘3’ in 2017. Since then, she gave birth despite painful complications, visited her home of Papua New Guinea before COVID-19 forced her departure and lived through historic social justice movements. Now, as ‘3’ finally arrives, Ngaiire tells MTV Australia about how everything’s changed and how she’s learned to accept it.

OPINION: We Deserve Better Than Dan Andrews

In condemning anti-Semitism, the Victorian Premier's failure to speak out against racism against other communities has been made glaringly clear.

How D.W. Read Became The Queen Of Millennial Memes

As 'Arthur' sadly comes to an end after 25 years on air, Jackson Langford reflects on the inescapable fact that no cartoon character has been memed like Dora Winifred Read – a powerful, feminist, toddler icon.

Melbourne Will Enter Its Sixth Lockdown From 8pm Tonight

"We only get one chance to act fast", Victorian Premier Dan Andrews said at a press conference this afternoon.

How To Stay Sane In Lockdown

Essential reading from a wise and weathered Melburnian.

Sydney's COVID Restrictions To Tighten Up This Very Afternoon

NSW Premier Gladys Berejeklian announced the new restrictions at a presser this morning.

No Pep Talks, Please: Young Melburnians React To Their Fourth Lockdown

Our Melbourne writers share their thoughts on their fourth foray into lockdown and basically, they're not happy.

Melbourne's Going Back Into Lockdown & We've Got The Deets

Deputy Premier James Merlino announced the seven-day 'circuit breaker' this morning.

Melbourne COVID Restrictions To Be Re-Introduced From 6pm Tonight

Acting Premier James Merlino made the announcement at a press conference this morning.

Indian-Australians Weigh In On Scott Morrison’s Travel Bans

As Australians celebrate the success of our closed borders policy in containing the spread of COVID-19, we’re less willing to hear about the lives it’s tearing apart.

NSW's COVID Restrictions To Tighten Up From 5pm Tonight

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian described the restrictions as a proportionate response to two new community cases of COVID-19.