We look at the impact of coronavirus pandemic on the Australian economy.
Accountancy firm EY has been ordered to pay $10.8m in damages to a whistleblower who claimed it covered up evidence of money laundering. EY say they will appeal. We have more details of the case.
The head of the IMF says predictions of huge economic declines may be understatements. Kristalina Georgieva has been speaking to the BBC’s Faisal Islam. Also in the programme, we consider a range of scenarios aimed at helping poorer countries manage their burgeoning government debt in the midst of the coronavirus crisis.
Also in the programme – The Feeding America network is the largest hunger-relief organisation in the US and ithas launched the COVID-19 Response Fund. But it is short of funds, food and volunteers.
And – we hear about historical photos being made into online puzzles in Australia
Presenter Jamie Robertson is joined by guest Liz Gwynn in Australia. Natasha Hawker’s segment is at 14m30s