Seventy-five people will leave quarantine in the ACT today, as restrictions end this afternoon for Sydney's Northern Beaches.
ACT Chief Health Officer Dr Kerryn Coleman has announced the Territory is still on track to lift its border with Victoria on Monday 23 November, as the southern state recovers from a second wave of COVID-19.
With the countryside verdant and travel to regional NSW considered safe, road tripping through Central NSW ticks plenty of boxes. CW editor Julie Samaras hit the road to Oberon, Cowra and Canowindra last week to take in the sights.
The ANU are calling on volunteer citizen scientists to help collate Australia’s longest daily weather record, starting back in 1838.
Yesterday the ACT welcomed home another 22 ACT residents returning from Victoria by car, travelling in 20 vehicles. This follows the first group of 29 people travelling from Wodonga in 17 cars...
Disaster assistance is now available in 13 NSW local government areas, including Queanbeyan-Palerang, Bega, Eurobodalla, Goulburn Mulwaree, Yass and Snowy Monaro, following severe storms and floods across the NSW coast last weekend.
The ACT Government has stated that mask wearing would be “the fourth line of defence” in Canberra, in addition to physical distancing, hand hygiene and staying home if you are unwell.