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.
Australia does not have a food shortage. Supply has been disrupted in some locations due to staff absences caused by COVID, that’s all.
Guest columnist Alan Mascarenhas reflects on his holiday to America - as Omicron sweeps the world and impacts travel.
The NSW Government is re-introducing a raft of restrictions as it loses control of managing the Omicron wave of COVID-19.
Supermarket giant Woolworths says it is "not clear" how long supply chain issues will last, urging customers to be patient as empty shelves and missing products become a daily occurrence.
NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet has urged people to only get a PCR test if absolutely necessary as the state desperately tries to reduce long queues at testing sites.
The COVID-19 response in NSW is all but broken with testing sites closing and residents with serious symptoms unable to access a PCR test.
NSW will re-introduce density limits and QR code check-ins in most settings in an effort to gain control of the COVID-19 outbreak sweeping the state.
Mask wearing in indoor settings is "highly recommended' and critical to combat COVID-19, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has declared after a meeting of National Cabinet.
COVID cases are climbing, and there's a growing disconnect between NSW Health and the government.
All your questions answered.
Panthers Leagues Club will not open its doors to unvaccinated patrons from December 15.
Masks at shopping centres will no longer be compulsory and QR check-ins will be removed for a host of low-risk venues from next month.
Penrith’s COVID-19 vaccination rates continue to impress, with the Local Government Area (LGA) now 93.1 per cent fully dosed.
The evidence is in: Fully vaccinated people are less likely to become infected with COVID-19 and 16 times less likely to end up in Intensive Care (ICU) or die if they do contract the virus during a major outbreak.
Unvaccinated people won't be granted their freedoms on December 1 after all, with major changes to the state's reopening roadmap confirmed.
More than 90 per cent of eligible Penrith Local Government Area (LGA) residents are now fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Families and friends will be reunited as Aussies start arriving home in time for Christmas, with NSW reaching the November 1 roadmap milestone and restrictions further eased for the double-vaccinated.