NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian admits they may never find the missing link between a traveller from the US infected with COVID-19 and an Eastern suburbs couple who have tested positive this week.
In response to the locally acquired cases, mask are again mandatory on public transport and in shops and there is no singing or dancing at indoor venues.
Repatriation flights for Australians stranded in India are expected to resume from May 15 as planned.
The Prime Minister is expected to reveal details about the plans this morning.
India has reported its highest-ever 24 hour surge in COVID-19 cases and deaths.
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Australia says it supports a US-backed call for a waiver on the patents of coronavirus vaccines.
Supporters say the plan would allow more manufacturers to produce the vaccines to help those in poorer countries access them.
Opponents argue it could compromise the quality of the vaccines.
Sydney’s new Anglican Archbishop says he’s humbled and somewhat daunted by his new responsibility.
The Dean of Sydney, Kanishka Raffel, was elected to the top job last night – the first person of non-European background to hold the position.
The NSW Government is facing pressure to stop plans for a high rise building near Lane Cove National Park in Sydney’s north.
Residents and conservationists say Eden Garden’s 18 storey office tower at Macquarie Park will overshadow parts of the park.
This week’s heavy rain has prompted a minor flooding warning for the Upper Nepean River at Menangle this morning.