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Double demerits apply for Australia Day long weekend

Speeding, mobile phone, seatbelt and helmet offences attract heavier penalties.

Double demerits apply this holiday season

Heavier driving penalties will be in place over the Christmas and New Year period.

Become a better supervisor of your learner driver

Our free workshop can help ensure they have the best introduction to getting behind the wheel. Their life could depend on it.

Stay safe in summer storms: tips from the NSW State Emergency Service

We’re expecting a wetter-than-normal summer in Sydney this year. Here’s what you can do now to protect yourself, your home and neighbours during summer storms .

Free masks for our city’s most vulnerable people

More than 20,000 face masks have been distributed to support Sydney’s vulnerable communities during the Covid-19 pandemic.

NSW Health has put out a public health alert for a medical centre in Sydney's centre

2 confirmed cases of Covid-19 attended Hyde Park Medical Centre on the ground floor of 175 Liverpool Street, Sydney

NSW Health has put out a Covid-19 alert for a bar in Newtown

The alert is for anyone who attended Kuleto’s Cocktail Bar at 157 King Street, Newtown, on Friday 28 August between 6.30pm and 9.30pm, for at least one hour.

Covid-19 update: Increased surveillance and testing for City of Sydney east

Parts of the City have been recently identified by NSW Health as areas for increased surveillance and testing for Covid-19.

Face masks recommended in high-risk locations in NSW

The NSW Government is strongly encouraging greater use of masks in public settings.

City of Sydney and OzHarvest food relief appeal

Sydney: We’re asking you to help us provide food for the thousands of Sydneysiders going hungry due to Covid-19.


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