The NSW Premier says people who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 can look forward to enjoying greater freedoms.
Gladys Berejiklian said at a fully vaccination population of 70 per cent, “expect to do everything you miss doing” including going to cafes, restaurants, and events.
New South Wales is expected to reach the goal of 70 per cent double dose vaccination sometime after mid-October.
Australia and the US have marked the 70th anniversary of the formal alliance between both countries.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison and America’s representative in Australia Michael Goldman have laid a wreath outside Defence Headquarters in Canberra.
The limousine driver, dubbed patient zero of Sydney’s current COVID outbreak, has been fined for not wearing a mask.
The 63-year-old was spotted without a mask at a Bondi bus stop yesterday.
Strong iron-ore prices and government spending are expected to keep the Australian economy in positive territory.
The latest GDP numbers are due to be released later this morning, but they don’t take into account the current lockdowns in New South Wales, Victoria and the ACT.
On this first day of Spring, the Weather Bureau is forecasting a wetter than usual season.
The Rural Fire Service is trialling using goats to help prepare for the bushfire season.
RFS Commissioner Rob Rogers said the animals are being used to clear vegetation in Clandulla.