Sydney is on alert this morning after a number of new exposure sites including two public transport routes were added to the list of places visited by an infectious case of COVID-19.
The President of the Australian Medical Association says the country has a "new problem" with its COVID-19 vaccine rollout - that a number of Australians have lost confidence in the jabs.
New Zealand is no longer considered the best place to be during the COVID-19 pandemic, dropping to the number two spot, while Australia remains in third place.
NSW residents face an extra week of COVID-19 restrictions and uncertainty as authorities desperately hunt down the "missing link" to the state's latest mystery cases.
New Zealand will no longer allow quarantine-free travel with Victoria while the state investigates Melbourne's latest COVID-19 cluster.
Australia’s vaccine rollout has changed once again, just as COVID-19 infiltrates the nation’s capital.
New South Wales has reported nearly 100 new local cases of COVID-19 more than the day earlier – 10 days after lockdown restrictions lifted in the state.