A pub in regional New South Wales has been closed down by the police for allegedly breaching COVID-19 health orders by allowing unvaccinated patrons in.
Victoria Police have arrested 57 people in relation to anti-lockdown and anti-vaccination protests.
Greens Leader Adam Bandt, Greens Education spokesperson Senator Mehreen Faruqi and Greens Health spokesperson Jordon Steele-John have joined teachers and parents calling for a national COVID Safe Schools action plan as students return to schools in NSW, Victoria and the ACT and public health restrictions are eased across the country. The Greens want the Commonwealth … Continue reading “Greens call for urgent national COVID safe school plan as students return”
Two street art festivals will help draw visitors into the city centre, increase spending with local businesses and showcase the talents of local artists, thanks to support from City of Newcastle. The large-scale murals of Big Picture Fest will return to Newcastle in 2022 as one of 16 projects awarded a share of almost $800,000 … Continue reading “Funding programs offer $1.25 million boost for COVID-affected sectors”
The Perrottet Government has today committed to 103,000 additional free training places as part of a $100 million economic recovery package to turbocharge skills training and future-proof the workforce. The recovery package contains new funding to extend the successful JobTrainer program, hundreds of fully-funded school-based apprenticeships and traineeships for Aboriginal students and funding for new … Continue reading “$100 million invested in a skills-led recovery”
For the latest COVID-19 advice & information please visit www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19 NSW FLYING TOWARDS 80 PER CENT DOUBLE DOSE TARGET The State’s rapid rate of second dose vaccinations means that next Monday, 18 October is firming as the day that the Reopening NSW Roadmap’s 80 per cent settings will come into effect for those who are fully vaccinated. Community … Continue reading “NSW Government Weekly Update – 15 October 2021”
Parramatta’s renowned ‘Eat Street’ is now open following the completion of major light rail construction along the dining strip. Premier Dominic Perrottet said the removal of construction fencing was even more significant as NSW opens back up after months of restrictions. “We know how much the local community loves the Eat Street dining strip and … Continue reading “Parramatta’s Eat Street open for business”
The NSW Government today unveiled a $200 million recovery package for regional NSW that will create new jobs and support events, shows and festivals to boost tourism and help young people reclaim the best years of their lives. Deputy Premier and Minister for Regional NSW Paul Toole said the Regional Recovery Package includes a $50 … Continue reading “Regional recovery package to kickstart economy and create new jobs”
A man reported missing from the Newcastle area has been located safe and well overnight. The 62-year-old man was last seen in the vicinity of Vickers Street, Mayfield, about 9.40am yesterday (Friday 15 October 2021). He was reported missing to officers from Newcastle City Police District, who commenced inquiries to locate him. Following extensive inquiries, … Continue reading “Missing man located – Newcastle”
Great news! A teenage boy missing from the Hunter region has been found safe and well. The 13-year-old was last seen leaving a school on York Street, Singleton, about 2.45pm yesterday (Friday 15 October 2021). Officers from Hunter Valley Police District commenced inquiries to locate him and he was found earlier today (Saturday 16 October … Continue reading “A teenage boy reported missing from Singleton has been located”
Police have asked members of the public to contact them if they have had interactions with a Queensland woman who allegedly issued fake COVID-19 medical exemptions.
There children who drowned died holding each others’ hands.