This morning the Premier will tour flood hit parts of the state’s Central West, as the Lachlan River has started to drop.
A partial all-clear has been given for Forbes, but residents are being warned to stay vigilant, with more wet weather expected over the weekend.
The former detective who spent years in charge of the William Tyrrell investigation is warning against people playing “armchair detective”.
The renewed search for the boy’s remains is resuming for a fourth day on the Mid North Coast where Federal police have been examining the soil.
New analysis showed that at least 280,000 jobs will need to be filled by Christmas.
The federal government is urging people to apply for positions, re-train in a new industry or upgrade existing skills.
The Premier said he expects most businesses will open to the unvaccinated next month, despite some venues already pushing back their plans.
Six venues in Sydney’s North have said that they will only accept vaccinated customers, until at least the end of January.
Meanwhile, the state government will be serving what is called “Sydney’s longest lunch”.
It’s supporting a range of dining experiences involving top chefs across the city, in both Parramatta and the CBD.
Parents are being asked to have their say about how to improve education around consent.
The state Education Department has published a short survey asking for feedback on when schools should start to cover these issues and how prepared they feel to have these discussions.
The Queen has held her first in-person royal engagement since a health scare last month.
She smiled as she met with the British Military commander at Windsor Castle.
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