The Premier is urging people to think carefully about whether they need to leave their homes, as the state works to limit the spread of coronavirus.
A staff member at The Apollo restaurant in Potts Point has tested positive.
Anyone who dined there from the 23-25 July needs to self isolate for 14 days, and get tested.
Two pubs in Mount Pritchard are being told to be on alert for symptoms after a customer tested positive.
A Black Lives Matter protest planned for Sydney’s CBD has been banned, but demonstrators are vowing to push ahead.
They’re now planning to meet in small groups, and adhere to social distancing measures.
Aged care workers around the country will be paid if they need to self-isolate for two weeks, under a ruling from the Fair Work Commission.
The paid pandemic leave is designed to stop COVID-19 spreading in nursing homes.
The World Health Organisation says coronavirus cases have roughly doubled worldwide in the last six weeks.
The Foreign Minister is defending the decision to travel to the United States for high-level talks.
Marise Payne and Defence Minister Linda Reynolds have touched down in Washington for face-to-face meetings with their American counterparts.
Flooding is causing traffic problems for commuters this morning.
The Wakehurst Parkway is closed in both directions between North Narrabeen and Oxford Falls.
Eighteen people have been evacuated after a fire broke out in a unit block at Carramar in Sydney’s south-west.
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