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Eighteen Australian women subjected to invasive searches on Qatar flight from Doha to SydneyForeign Minister Marise Payne is awaiting a report into invasive searches conducted on Australian women before contacting her counterpart in Qatar.
Dozens of Sydney suburbs warned about coronavirus risk as Tasmania reveals plan to reopen border with NSWGladys Berejiklian says she wants to open the Victorian border 'as soon as we can', with NSW recording two new local coronavirus cases today.
South-west Sydney wants to open its libraries after dark to help gambling addictsThe Fairfield local government area is hoping to introduce the Libraries After Dark program, first trialled in Victoria, to its communities.
The 'grossly disturbing' practice of strip-searching women at airports is far from an isolated incident, experts sayAustralians were shocked to hear more than a dozen women had been internally examined at a Qatar airport before flying to Sydney earlier this month. But experts say this practice is disturbingly common..
Man accused of destroying antique chandeliers and causing $100,000 of damage at a Sydney mosqueA 20-year-old man has been arrested after allegedly causing $100,000 worth of damage at a mosque in western Sydney. Antique chandeliers, a plasma television, and 13 large windows were vandalised at the..
Man, 39, charged with murder following alleged domestic violence attack in Sydney's southPolice will allege the 39-year-old man was in a two year "on-and-off-again relationship" with the victim.
AFP investigation of controversial Sydney airport deal probing 'fraud' and 'corruption' concernsThe investigation centres around the purchase of the Leppington Triangle land near Western Sydney Airport for the allegedly inflated value of $30 million.
NSW records one new local coronavirus case as Sydney's Oran Park cluster grows to 19A coronavirus cluster in southwest Sydney has grown to 19, with NSW recording one new locally-acquired case and another four in hotel quarantine.
Seventeen travellers from New Zealand leave Melbourne Airport in a breach of the trans-Tasman bubbleThe passengers landed in Sydney as part of the trans-Tasman bubble and then allegedly caught a connecting flight to Melbourne.
NSW reports five new local coronavirus cases as testing ramps up in southwest SydneyIt comes restrictions in NSW for outdoor venues are eased, with up to 500 people allowed to attend open-air concerts so long as they stay seated and four metres apart.
Coronavirus testing ramping up in southwest Sydney as NSW eases restrictions for outdoor venuesIt comes as the NSW government conditionally approves more than 350 workers from Fiji to help fill a labour shortage in the state's abattoirs.
Emotional scenes as first 'no-quarantine' flights arrive into Sydney under new trans-Tasman travel bubbleThe arrangements are not yet reciprocal, with New Zealand requiring arrivals from Australia to quarantine for two weeks.
NSW records six new community coronavirus cases as authorities issue new health alertsAs numerous health alerts are issued, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian is warning the state is at a critical point with more COVID-19 outbreaks in Sydney's west.
New coronavirus alerts issued for Sydney's west as NSW holds off on easing more restrictionsAs numerous health alerts are issued NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian is warning the state is at a critical point with more COVID-19 outbreaks in Sydney's west.
NSW won't ease more virus restrictionsAs numerous health alerts are issued NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian is warning the state is at a critical point with more COVID-19 outbreaks in Sydney's west.
NSW halts easing of restrictions after recording 11 new locally-acquired casesCOVID-19 clusters in southwest Sydney continue to grow, with authorities issuing alerts for Woolworths, Aldi, Bunnings and McDonalds outlets in the area.
Doctors, disability worker among new NSW coronavirus cases as outdoor dining, music restrictions easedCOVID-19 clusters in southwest Sydney have continued to grow, while the NSW government has eased restrictions on outdoor dining and music performances.
Doctors, disability worker among new NSW COVID-19 casesThe COVID-19 clusters in southwest Sydney continue to grow with five of seven new locally acquired infections coming from the same household.
Seven new local COVID-19 cases in NSWThe COVID-19 clusters in southwest Sydney continue to grow with five-of-seven new locally acquired infections coming from the same household in the hot-spot.
Watch: NSW COVID-19 updateNSW Health has issued an alert after two doctors from a southwestern Sydney medical centre were diagnosed with COVID-19. NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian and state health officials are live shortly with..
Two Sydney doctors test positive for coronavirus, after state records one locally-acquired caseNSW Health has issued an alert after two doctors from a southwestern Sydney medical centre were diagnosed with COVID-19.
Sydney nurse tests positive to COVID-19 as NSW records three new casesNSW has recorded just two new locally acquired cases of coronavirus as its war of words with the Queensland government continues.
NSW expecting more local coronavirus cases as NT reopens border to SydneysidersNSW authorities are closely watching for more community coronavirus spread, as the Northern Territory's decision to lift its hotspot declaration for Sydney comes into effect.
NSW’s streak of no community coronavirus transmission is now overAuthorities say the three cases - two from southwestern Sydney and one from western Sydney - are not related to each other.
'Uncertainty scares me most': Sydney teacher forced to move out of her home due to JobSeeker cutsSahra is one of millions of Australians struggling to survive on the reduced JobSeeker payment. She's anxious about what will happen next.
Warnings to stay away from Sydney beaches as warm weather draws crowdsPublic holiday crowds have spurred overcrowding fears as they flocked to Sydney beaches just as NSW marked 10 days with no locally transmitted COVID-19 cases.
Australia has a widespread coronavirus travel ban. Why is Cardinal George Pell able to leave the country?Cardinal George Pell has departed Sydney for Rome, despite a ban preventing Australian citizens travelling overseas.
Cardinal George Pell to leave Australia for Rome six months after acquittalCardinal George Pell is due to depart Sydney for Rome on Tuesday, six months after he was acquitted of sexual abuse by Australia's High Court.
NSW hopes raw sewage testing will strengthen fight against COVID-19A research program to find traces of COVID-19 in Sydney sewage could prove a useful tool in the fight against the pandemic, NSW's chief health officer says.
Sewage tests a tool in NSW pandemic fightA research program to find traces of COVID-19 in Sydney sewage could prove a useful tool in the fight against the pandemic, NSW's chief health officers says.
NSW records its first coronavirus death in weeks as health warnings are issued after a taxi driver tested positiveNSW has recorded its first coronavirus death in five weeks, while a Sydney taxi driver has tested positive for coronavirus, prompting health warnings for potential contacts to monitor for symptoms in a..
'Buffets and pandemics don't mix': Sydney restaurant fined for coronavirus breachesA Korean BBQ restaurant has been fined for having a self-serve buffet despite COVID-19 rules, with SafeWork NSW saying the breaches defy logic.
Huge tracing operation underway after Sydney taxi driver tests positive for coronavirusA Sydney taxi driver has tested positive for coronavirus, prompting health warnings for potential contacts to monitor for symptoms in a number of locations.
Sydney cab driver tests positive for virusA Sydney taxi driver has tested positive for coronavirus, prompting health warnings for potential contacts to monitor for symptoms in a number of locations.
Higher education staff are furious New York University's Sydney campus is receiving JobKeeperPublic university staff are baffled the New York University's Sydney campus is receiving JobKeeper wage subsidies when they have been excluded from the scheme.
American uni receiving JobKeeper paymentsPublic university staff are baffled the New York University's Sydney campus is receiving JobKeeper wage subsidies when they have been excluded from the scheme.
Relief as resident of Sydney's Newmarch House cleared after false-positive COVID-19 resultA COVID-19 scare at Sydney's Newmarch House aged care home is over after the resident was cleared following a false-positive test result.
Alert for Sydney KFC outlet, as NSW records nine new coronavirus infectionsNSW has recorded nine new COVID-19 cases including two linked to the Eastern Suburbs Legion Club and two connected to St Paul's Catholic College Greystanes.
Northern Territory to reopen borders to Sydneysiders next monthNorthern Territory officials say "superb" contact tracing and a drop in COVID-19 cases has allowed them to plan a re-opening of the border to those from Sydney from 9 October.
NSW hospital cluster grows as state records 10 new casesThe outbreak at two Sydney hospitals has forced 100 workers into isolation.
Dying father in Queensland granted wish to have Sydney family visit amid debate on border policyQueensland's tough border policy has made it difficult for family members outside Queensland to visit dying relatives in the state.
Former Chinese detainee says Cheng Lei is in one of the worst forms of detentionSydney academic Chongyi Fung, who himself was detained by Chinese authorities in a Guangzhou hotel for a week in 2017, says the Cheng Lei’s ‘residential surveillance’ detention is reserved for..
Academic once detained in China reveals the harsh conditions Cheng Lei could be facingThe type of detention Australian journalist Cheng Lei is being subjected to is among the harshest in the world, Sydney academic Chongyi Feng says.
NSW leaders fire up over Queensland's 'loopy' border closure, as state records nine new coronavirus casesNine new COVID-19 cases have been recorded in NSW and 12 people associated with Sydney's Concord and Liverpool hospitals have now tested positive.
Nine new coronavirus cases recorded in NSW as Sydney hospital cluster growsNine new COVID-19 cases have been recorded in NSW and 12 people associated with Sydney's Concord and Liverpool hospitals have now tested positive.