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Victorian hotspot residents will be banned from NSW and fined $11,000 if they try to enter state

Credit: SBS- Published on July 1, 2020
Residents of Melbourne's coronavirus hotspots have been banned from NSW and will be fined $11,000 if they try to enter the state.
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Victoria (Australia)

State in Australia
The Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety is being held now via live stream. Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews is giving evidence as well as other..
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A new COVID-19 advertisement campaign has been launched by The Department of Health and Human Services Victoria. Two of the ads feature young Victorians who have..
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An aged care resident in Melbourne has told the Royal Commission she has skipped medical appointments to avoid going into stricter lockdown, while the hearing is..
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An aged care resident in Melbourne has told the royal commission she has skipped medical appointments to avoid going into stricter lockdown.
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Another 19 people have died of coronavirus in Victoria, marking Australia's deadliest day since the pandemic began. Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews and state..
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New South Wales

State of Australia
An independent Catholic school in northwest Sydney has closed its secondary campus until August 24 as 11 COVID-19 cases are linked to the school.
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An independent Catholic school in northwest Sydney has closed its secondary campus until August 24 as 11 COVID-19 cases are linked to the school.
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A swollen Shoalhaven River has prompted the worse flooding the area has seen in almost 30 years.
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A swollen Shoalhaven River has prompted the worse flooding the area has seen in almost 30 years.
Credit: SBS - Published 19 hours ago

A swollen Shoalhaven River has prompted the worse flooding the area has seen since June 1991.
Credit: SBS - Published 20 hours ago


Melbourne

City in Victoria, Australia
It's believed the man was from New Zealand and had been in detention for about four years.
Credit: SBS - Published 16 hours ago

With Melbourne residents ordered to cover their faces due to a surge in coronavirus cases, and others are advised to, small businesses are working around the..
Credit: SBS - Published 2 days ago

A further 107 mystery cases have also been added to the state's tally of community transmission, Premier Daniel Andrews said on Thursday.
Credit: SBS - Published 5 days ago

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