Sydney’s mass vaccination centre at Sydney Olympic Park is now open.
30,000 vaccinations will be able to be delivered each week from the Homebush hub, starting with those in phases 1A and 1B of the rollout.
It will expand to anyone over the age of 50 from May 24.
Most of Greater Sydney’s coronavirus restrictions will remain in place for a week while health officials work to identify the missing link to the COVID-19 case in the Eastern suburbs.
People can go shopping without wearing masks, but face coverings are still mandatory on public transport.
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Household gatherings remain capped at 20 people.
The New South Wales–New Zealand travel bubble is back.
There are 11 flights scheduled to leave Sydney today.
A challenge to the Federal Government’s ban on flights from India is due to be heard in the Federal Court today.
Lawyers for an Australian man stranded in the COVID-hit country are seeking to challenge the emergency declaration made by the Health Minister last month.
Thousands of new jobs are being promised as the Federal Government puts $10 billion towards infrastructure spending.
The money will allocated in tomorrow’s federal budget.
The former Australia Post boss has a new job in direct competition with the parcel delivery service.
Christine Holgate has been named the chief executive of Toll Global Logistics.
Overseas: Afghan families have been burying their children who were killed in explosions outside a secondary school in the capital, Kabul, on Saturday.
More than 60 people – mostly girls – are now known to have died.
More than 1000 migrants have landed on the Italian island of Lampedusa within the space of a few hours.
A sea rescue charity says many more are in difficulty off Malta.
In sport: Matildas captain Sam Kerr has completed a brilliant individual soccer season in England.
She has scored her 21st goal for the season to take out the Golden Boot award, while her team Chelsea won the English Womens’ Super League.
Lewis Hamilton has won Formula One’s Spanish Grand Prix for Mercedes.
Australian Daniel Ricciardo has crossed the line in sixth place.