More than 33,000 fines issued in New South Wales at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic have been declared invalid.
NSW Health is recommending masks be worn on public transport and in some indoor settings as COVID-19 cases rise, but there is little chance of mandatory restrictions returning.
Masks will no longer be mandatory on public transport from this Wednesday.
Though it seems the height of the COVID pandemic is behind us, ‘long COVID’ has become an ongoing battle for many.
Devastating family accounts have been heard as part of the coronial inquest into the 65-day COVID outbreak that occurred at Newmarch House in Kingswood.
NSW Health has revised the COVID-19 reinfection period from 12 weeks down to four weeks effective from this week, as the virus continues to run rampant across the state.
Around 62 per cent of Penrith Local Government Area (LGA) residents have had three or more doses of a COVID-19 vaccine, new figures reveal.
Close contacts of a confirmed COVID-19 case will no longer be required to isolate under a change to the rules announced by NSW Health today.
Mulgoa Liberal MP Tanya Davies has attended and spoken at an anti-vax rally in Sydney today as she leads calls for her government's vaccine mandate policy to be dumped.
Twice-weekly Rapid Antigen Testing (RAT) for students will come to an end at the conclusion of this week.
A host of COVID-19 restrictions will be eased tomorrow and next week, the Premier has confirmed.
Masks will no longer be required in indoor settings from February 28 while density limits will be removed and QR check-ins dumped, the Weekender understands.
The Luddenham Show has been cancelled for a second straight year due to concerns surrounding COVID-19.
As COVID-19 continues to spread throughout the state, the lack of Rapid Antigen Tests (RAT) available for disability support workers could have a life-threatening impact on people with disabilities.
Local travel business owners and workers are calling on the State and Federal governments for more industry support as the sector still suffers from the fallout of COVID-19.
Masks indoors and density limits in hospitality settings will remain in place for another month, the State Government has confirmed.
Panthers Leagues Club will extend a requirement for all visitors to be double vaccinated against COVID-19 until February 28.
It appears the peak of the Omicron COVID-19 wave in New South Wales has passed, with Chief Health Officer Dr Kerry Chant confirming that the spread is "slowing" in the community.
The COVID response in NSW has been confusing and confidence-shaking.
Health Minister Brad Hazzard has blasted those uploading fake COVID information to Service NSW, revealing he himself has been a victim of the "malicious" activity.