NSW will temporarily shut its border with Victoria to contain the spread of COVID-19.
Signs of a second wave of unnecessary panic buying in New South Wales has forced supermarket giant Woolworths to re-introduce limits on toilet paper and paper towel.
More restrictions will ease from next month.
National Cabinet met earlier today to discuss the further easing of restrictions.
Food courts in shopping centres will re-open from Saturday as further Coronavirus restrictions are lifted.
The cruise industry may have been decimated by the Coronavirus pandemic, but suggestions the holiday favourite will become but a memory appear well off the mark.
Real Festival and Tree Lighting may not go ahead.
Adult community sport can recommence from July 1, the State Government has confirmed this morning.
The road out of Coronavirus is becoming rocky, according to Troy Dodds.
An organisation all about milestones is celebrating one of its own this month with Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) reaching 75 years of operation in Australia.
Gyms, dance studios and tattoo parlours are just some of the businesses given the green light to re-open from June 13, as more COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.
Gymnasiums, yoga, indoor pools and dance studios can reopen within a fortnight and kids’ sport can resume across NSW from July 1
Supermarkets Coles and Woolworths will both return to packing customers' bags from Monday.
More people can attend religious services, weddings and funerals from Monday
Penrith’s famous Great River Walk has been streamlined to avoid pedestrians clashing near the M4 Motorway bridge.
Penrith’s cultural and learning spaces will be able to re-open from June 1, as eased restrictions welcome back art galleries, museums and libraries.
NSW Health says the Penrith Local Government Area (LGA) is no longer being targeted as a region requiring increased testing and surveillance for Coronavirus.
Up to 50 patrons will be allowed inside pubs, clubs and restaurants from June 1
With Coronavirus restrictions beginning to lift, experts say it is still important for the 33,000 elderly residents in Penrith to continue self-isolating.
Lifeblood is calling for locals who have recovered from COVID-19 to roll up their sleeves and donate convalescent plasma, in a bid to try and help others fight the virus.