A number of COVID-19 restrictions across NSW will be eased from Monday, including dancing at nightclubs and pubs.
Penrith's weather crisis has forced the temporary closure of a number of COVID-19 testing clinics in Penrith.
Local GP clinics that will deliver the COVID-19 vaccine from Monday have been confirmed by the Federal Government.
Lemongrove resident Matt Laffan has been lauded for his dedication to changing lives through music during the pandemic.
More than 35,000 critical staff in NSW will be among the first in Australia to receive the COVID-19 vaccine when the rollout begins on Monday.
NSW will ease COVID-19 restrictions after recording a 10th straight day with no community transmission of the virus
Residents living in the Penrith Local Government Area (LGA) are now able to travel to the Northern Territory and ACT after travel restrictions were lifted.
Masks mandatory in indoor settings such as shopping centres and cinemas.
Current case numbers do not warrant a widespread lockdown.
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The ‘2sqm rule’ will be expanded and venue caps will be removed under a major easing of restrictions, as NSW continues to record zero cases of community transmission of COVID-19.
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Panthers Leagues Club has been fined $10,000 for COVID safety breaches after footage showed fans mingling, hugging and drinking while standing during last Sunday night’s NRL Grand Final.
As the state marks three million COVID-19 tests since January, the NSW Government is calling on the community to continue to work together to fight the deadly virus.
Gatherings in outdoor public spaces and group bookings at restaurants will be increased to 30 people under a relaxation of COVID-19 rules.
Three popular Penrith venues are on alert after a Coronavirus scare.
NSW Labor says restrictions on gyms and fitness centres should be eased to help the businesses get back on track.
Labor and women’s advocacy groups are calling for more to be done to protect Penrith’s most vulnerable, with a growing number of women aged 55 and over experiencing homelessness.
There are fears that a resident of Newmarch House nursing home in Caddens has tested positive to COVID-19.