The NSW Government has approved more than $100 million in Small Business Support Fund grants in just 10 days since the program opened. More than 15,000 applications have already been received with more than 10,000 grants approved, and funding already hitting bank accounts of some applicants. Treasurer Dominic Perrottet said it was vital small businesses … Continue reading “10 MILLION A DAY FLOWS OUT THE DOOR TO SUPPORT NSW SMALL BUSINESSES IMPACTED BY COVID-19”
The NSW Government is urging anyone experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 to be tested in a bid to curb the spread of the virus. COVID-19 symptoms include: Fever; Cough; Tiredness (fatigue); Sore throat; Shortness of breath. NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian today announced there is now capacity to double the number of COVID-19 tests from around 4,000 … Continue reading “COVID TESTING TO DOUBLE: ANYONE WITH SYMPTOMS CAN NOW BE TESTED”
Newcastle Meals on Wheels will soon have an improved ability to provide for its clients after receiving a $20,526 NSW Government Community Building Partnership grant. The not-for-profit organisation joins 17 others sharing in $300,000 from the 2019 round of the program. Other beneficiaries include the St Vincent de Paul Society, who will receive $30,000 for … Continue reading “18 ORGANISATIONS BENEFIT FROM $300,000 OF COMMUNITY BUILDING PARTNERSHIPS”
All known asbestos is due to be removed from Newcastle East Public School buildings by the end of the year, in a win for the school community. The calls for asbestos removal were launched by State Member for Newcastle Tim Crakanthorp and the school community earlier this year, after it was revealed on the first day of … Continue reading “ALL KNOWN ASBESTOS TO BE REMOVED FROM NEWCASTLE EAST PUBLIC SCHOOL”
Perth Airport officials and Virgin Australia are locked in a stand-off, with a bulldozer blocking in one of the airline’s jets.
South Australia’s Education Union has been slammed from all sides for a controversial post directed at the state’s top health official.
Mark Smith’s regular wine column takes a look at a very difficult year for the Tasmania’s Delamere Vineyard.
Australian hit Love Is In the Air was partly copied by American duo, a judge ruled in copyright infringement case
Ford has unveiled a fully-electric Mustang dragster that has the same horsepower as 7 Toyota Camrys.
A fifth resident of a Sydney aged care home has died of coronavirus.
A group of pilots have been told they can’t conduct their annual flyover to commemorate Anzac Day because of coronavirus restrictions.
Seniors, their families & carers can now call a dedicated freecall support line aimed at supporting the mental health of those impacted by the COVID-19 crisis.