COVID-19 alerts have been issued for new locations in Zetland, Bondi and Northmead as health officials track the latest outbreak.
Four people have tested positive to COVID-19, including a Baulkham Hills man who had a low viral load.
He visited Canberra on Monday, prompting an alert for the National Gallery.
A crime figure has been gunned down in Sydney’s CBD.
Bilal Hamze was shot on Bridge Street just before 10.30pm, last night, and died shortly after arriving in hospital.
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The road remains closed as police continue their investigations.
Doctors are reporting a rise in over 50s cancelling their appointments for a second AstraZeneca COVID vaccine dose.
Health advice has been updated, with the formula now recommended for those 60 and over.
But those aged 50 to 59 who have had one dose without issue are being urged to get the second.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has landed back in Australia, from a trip to Singapore, the UK and France.
Mr Morrison will now undertake 14 days of quarantine in Canberra.
Schools are being urged to consider a change to the traditional 9am-3pm school day.
The NSW Government is encouraging schools to work with parents and staff to look at staggering start and finish times in order to boost productivity and provide flexibility for families.
The Treasurer said Superannuation laws that passed through Parliament last night will boost savings and cut fees.
Under the changes, people will be able to use the same super fund for different jobs, instead of having to choose the preferred fund of their new employer.