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COVID alert for Gregory Hills Hotel , United Cinema Narellan, Shellharbour South Beach and Woolworths supermarket

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Customers at a pub and a cinema in Sydney’s southwest are being told to self-isolate and seek testing for coronavirus immediately.

Positive cases of COVID-19 recently visited the Gregory Hills Hotel and the United Cinema in Narellan, possibly infecting their fellow guests.

Anyone who was there at the same time must self-isolate immediately and seek testing for coronavirus.

Even if a negative result is returned, NSW Health says, they should remain in isolation for the full 14 days.

United Cinema at Narellan.
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The unique Indigenous outfit caring for country inside Australia’s biggest city

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Botany Bay is known by most Australians as the industrial centre of Sydney, through which more than 1,000 ships and about half the country’s freight pass every year.

But living in the shadow of this commercial hub is an abundance of native wildlife that has been cherished by generations of local Aboriginal people who call this country Gamay.

Over the past 18 months, an all-Indigenous outfit has joined a push to better protect these natural assets.

The Gamay Rangers have teamed up with scientists and government…



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Weather News – Flash flood hits Tumbarumba in NSW, forcing evacuation of home and caravan park

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Flash flood hits Tumbarumba in NSW, forcing evacuation of home and caravan park



By Danuta Kozaki,

Saturday October 24, 2020 – 18:14 EDT

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Tumbarumba’s oval was inundated and the local caravan park evacuated.
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A man aged in his 70s had to be rescued from a house after rapidly rising waters caused localised flooding in parts of New South Wales, including in the…



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When and where is the NRL grand final, and how can I watch it?

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After a unique season, it’s just about time for the 2020 NRL grand final between the Penrith Panthers and Melbourne Storm.

If you’re wondering how to watch it on TV, when to tune in or even how to get some last-minute tickets, we’ve got you covered.

When is the NRL grand final?

The men’s game starts on Sunday night at 7:30pm AEDT at Sydney’s Olympic stadium.

For those of you looking to tune in around the country, that’s:

  • 6:30pm AEST for Queensland
  • 7:00pm ACDT for South Australia
  • 4:30pm AWST for Western Australia
  • 6:00pm ACST for the Northern Territory

The NRLW grand final kicks off at 4:05pm AEDT.

Bear in mind that scheduled kick-off times in the NRL are almost always wrong, especially for big events. Expect boot-to-ball anywhere from five to 15…



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