Coronavirus alerts have been issued for more Sydney venues.
Customers at the Tan Viet restaurant in Cabramatta on 23 July, and Harpoon and Hotel Harry in Surry Hills on 26 July are being told to self isolate.
Those who went to Matinee Coffee in Marrickville on 26-27 July are being told to be on the lookout for symptoms.
The Prime Minister is calling on the Muslim community to adhere to coronavirus restrictions as they celebrate the festival of Eid.
Places of worship are limited to 100 people, and no more than 20 are allowed to visit a home.
The Auburn Gallipoli Mosque has been granted an exemption for up to 400 people to gather.
A man has been charged with manslaughter over the death of an elderly man he cared for in Sydney’s inner west.
The 76-year-old died of pneumonia in 2017.
His carer is accused of gross negligence in his duty of care.
Four people have been charged, accused of importing huge numbers of fake Australia Post Express and Parcel Post pre-paid satchels from China.
Federal Police say four people sold the goods online costing Australia Post an estimated $2 million.
The state government says its 20-year vision for Pyrmont will create more than 20,000 new jobs.
The proposal is designed to create more commercial and office space in the suburb.
A man has been charged after being filmed swimming in the aquarium at Sydney Zoo.
Police launched an investigation after the footage was circulated on social media.
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