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NSW government to install 1000 new mobile speed camera warning signs
Hundreds of signs will be installed to warn drivers about mobile speed cameras across NSW after a controversial decision to remove the cautions caused fines to skyrocket. NSW Transport Minister Andrew Constance said the nearly 1000 new permanent...

'Long tail': Chief Health Officer flags another week of cases, two COVID patients in ICU
Victoria recorded four new local cases of COVID-19 on Monday after national cabinet agreed to review protocols for truck drivers to ensure freight workers do not reintroduce the coronavirus into the state. All four cases are linked to current outbreaks and have...

Australia's 2021 census will provide key data on pandemic, say experts
Do you know where you'll be staying on the night of 10 August? If you live in greater Sydney, the lockdown means that question isn't too hard to answer a week ahead of time. It's one of a number of questions in the 2021 Australian census which will be largely...

Vaccination rates lowest in Sydney suburbs with most Covid cases
Sydney's inner south west, which includes parts of Canterbury and Bankstown, which have also been subject to harsher lockdown measures, has the second lowest rate of vaccines administered, with just 33.5% of residents receiving the first dose and 16.1%...

The Wynnum Herald - no more hard copy

The Wynnum Herald a paper that has server the Wynnum Manly area since the first issue in January 1946, printed copy has come to an end. The paper founded by brothers George and Stan Lockwood is now only available on line via subscription to The Courier Mail.

To fill the gap local resident Damian Lugg has been working on a local monthly newsletter with the first issue being June 2020. The 1st edition will be delivered this week and is available online click here for issue 1.