Tourism operators are hoping quarantine-free travel between New Zealand and Australia will give them a crucial financial boost.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is due today to announce the start date for the two-way travel bubble.
10,000 veterans and their descendants will now be able to take part in ANZAC Day marches in Sydney’s CBD.
Up to 5000 will be allowed to attend Dawn Services across NSW.
Four people have been injured, including one critically, in serious road rage incidents at Georges Hall in Sydney’s south-west overnight.
Police are looking for two men who were in a ute.
Gambling reform advocates are launching a fresh push for a crackdown on sports betting advertising.
Some sports betting companies have seen a surge in profits during the pandemic.
Healthcare workers will rally at Campbelltown Hospital in Sydney’s west at lunchtime today to protest the introduction of paid parking.
They say they will have to pay almost $50 a fortnight to park at the hospital, after the NSW Government handed it over to a private operator.
On-ramps to the NorthConnex tunnel were closed every day of the Easter long weekend, as holiday traffic caused headaches across the road network.
Operator Transurban says the tunnel itself wasn’t at capacity, but there were concerns delays on the M1 Pacific would bank back into the 9km tunnel.
Dozens of people are still missing after flash floods and landslides in Indonesia and East Timor on Sunday.
More than 100 people have died.