'Friday night in lockdown': Pip Edwards has $140 cocktail from upmarket Catalina restaurant delivered as she relaxes at home in loungewear
Pip Edwards is doing lockdown in style. The P.E Nation founder had some of her favourite treats delivered on Friday night, documenting her luxury evening in on Instagram. The 41-year-old photographed her nighttime treat consisting of some olives and a margarita from the upmarket Catalina restaurant in Rose Bay, Sydney.
With restrictions extended for four weeks, cases growing and a sluggish vaccine rollout, the end of the outbreak seems far away After five weeks of a tightening lockdown, they were not the words Sydney residents wanted to hear: the leader of New South Wales announcing another month of restrictions and telling the state to prepare for things to get worse, not better.
Australians will be able to freely travel overseas when 80% of the population is vaccinated, Morrison says
But there’s no indication when that target may be met in the updated national Covid pandemic exit plan released on Friday Vaccinated Australians will be able to head overseas again to visit family and friends when 80% of the adult population is fully vaccinated under a national pandemic exit plan, the prime minister says.
Defiant anti-lockdown activist is grilled by police door knocking homes in Sydney's Covid hot zones to try and stop another violent protest - as taxi and rideshare drivers are BANNED from taking passengers to the city
Police have been door knocking houses in south-west Sydney amid rally fears Man shared video footage of two Liverpool officers asking he he knew anything Taxi and ride share drivers have been banned from giving lifts to city on Saturday Police have been door knocking houses in southwest Sydney amid fears another violent anti-lockdown rally could erupt again in the city on Saturday.
Moment anti-lockdown activist is grilled by police going door to door in Sydney's Covid hot zones to stop another violent rally - as taxi and ride share drivers are BANNED from taking passengers to the city
Police have been door knocking houses in south-west Sydney amid rally fears Man shared video footage of two Liverpool officers asking he he knew anything Taxi and ride share drivers have been banned from giving lifts to city on Saturday Police have been door knocking houses in south-west Sydney amid fears another violent anti-lockdown rally could erupt again in the city on Saturday.
A priest who was brought back from Australia was today jailed for four years and five months for sexually abusing two former pupils at a fee-paying Highland school more than four decades ago. Former monk , 85, preyed on the children while teaching history at school in the 1970s.
From Monday, some 300 unarmed troops will help police patrol streets Authorities in Sydney, which is witnessing the highest number of Covid-19 cases since the pandemic began last year, will deploy troops to enforce the lockdown. New South Wales (NSW) police commissioner Mick Fuller said that from Monday some 300 Australian army personnel will begin unarmed patrols to ensure people who have tested positive for the virus to ensure they are isolating.
Afghan villagers did NOT see SAS hero Ben Roberts-Smith kill an unarmed prisoner - despite being star witnesses at the war crimes 'trial of the century'
Australia's most decorated soldier Ben Roberts-Smith is suing Nine newspapers Afghanistan veteran and VC recipient claims he was portrayed as a war criminal The 42-year-old spent three weeks in the Federal Court witness box last month Mr Roberts-Smith could claim millions in damages if he proves he was defamed His trial was suspended on June 29 due to Sydney's ongoing Covid-19 lockdown
Sydney is bracing itself for the deployment of hundreds of soldiers to help enforce the toughest and longest lockdown of the Covid-19 pandemic as infection numbers hold persistently high. With the city of five million people ordered to stay home amid an outbreak of the highly transmissable Delta variant, authorities outlined even tighter restrictions for the worst affected suburbs, including mandatory testing and mask-wearing outdoors.
Eight Sydney local government areas (LGAs) in west and southwest of the city have been designated “areas of concern”, due to the high levels of community transmission currently being detected there. If you live in Fairfield, Canterbury-Bankstown, Cumberland, Georges River, Liverpool, Parramatta, Campbelltown or Blacktown, you need to follow a number of strict health orders.
NSW police say a 35-year-old man fined ahead of last Saturday’s rally was not at his residence and found at another household in western Sydney A man who was fined by New South Wales police in the lead-up to last Saturday’s protest later tested positive for Covid-19 and was found to be not isolating at his western Sydney home.
The recipe for edamame dip served at a top Sydney pub has been shared online It is the brainchild of Ben Greeno, executive chef at The Paddington The pub is part of the Merivale restaurant empire of billionaire Justin Hemmes The simple recipe for an edamame dip served at a top Sydney pub has been shared online for residents to try during lockdown - and it takes just two minutes to make.
Sydney tradie stopped by police attempting to attend anti-lockdown rally The man had tested positive for coronavirus and was trying to get on train He was sent home but wasn't there when officers attended to check later NSW Police Commissioner warns people not to attend Sydney CBD protest He said any protest will be met by force from 1,000 police officers
Image source, Getty Images Australia has deployed hundreds of soldiers to Sydney to help enforce a Covid lockdown. A Delta outbreak which began in June has produced nearly 3,000 infections and led to nine deaths. Despite five weeks of lockdown, infections in the nation's largest city continue to spread.
Treasure Josh Frydenberg is concerned Sydney lockdown could bring recession Finance Minister said lockdown extension could shatter business confidence Deputy Opposition Leader hopeful nation doesn't slide into economic slump Australia's most senior government ministers have mixed views about whether the nation could fall into a second recession. Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has warned a return to recession could be coming if the lockdown in Sydney and surrounding regions failed to contain a worsening coronavirus outbreak.
Hard-hit suburbs are home to many Indigenous Australians, refugees and migrants The deployment of troops to enforce Sydney’s lockdown could alienate the community and fuel vaccine hesitancy, particularly in the hard-hit western suburbs where many Indigenous Australians and migrants and refugees live, community groups and residents are warning.
The National Space Industry Hub will be a place for industry partners and the deep tech space ecosystem to meet to help grow Australia's space sector. Sydney's Tech Central has been named the home for the new AU$2 million National Space Industry Hub that will be established.
Australia has deployed hundreds of soldiers to Sydney to help enforce a Covid lockdown. A Delta outbreak which began in June has produced nearly 3,000 infections and led to nine deaths. Australian Defence Force soldiers will undergo training on the weekend before beginning unarmed patrols on Monday. But many have questioned whether the military intervention is necessary, calling it heavy-handed.
EXCLUSIVE: Big Brother VIP star Caitlyn Jenner is 'snuck out' of hotel quarantine in Sydney in the early hours of the morning as Seven beef up their security to keep cast a top secret
Have you spotted Caitlyn Jenner in Australia? Email email@example.com Caitlyn Jenner secretly left her five-star Sydney hotel in the early hours of Friday morning, after completing 14 days of mandatory quarantine ahead of her appearance on Big Brother VIP. Daily Mail Australia understands that the 71-year-old Keeping Up With The Kardashians star has checked into a second hotel where she will remain until she enters the Big Brother house later this week.