$5m aid package

THE community is being called on to spearhead a campaign to help support each other through the Coronavirus crisis as part of a $5 million relief package announced by Canterbury Bankstown Council.
Council will be compiling a register of people interested in helping other community members as part of the CBCity Cares Relief Package, which also offers a range of initiatives to help local businesses.

Gatherings limited to two people, traveller quarantine

“While pleased, we need to be cautious and it is the long term trend in that data that is going to be important,” she said.
Describing those aged in their 20s and 30s as the “worst offenders” when it came to ignoring restrictions, the Premier urged them to take heed for the sake of others in the community.
“There are still pockets of people not doing the right thing,” Ms Berejiklian said.
“If you can learn from home, you should.
“If you can stay at home, you should.”
NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller also confirmed that police would be enforcing the new two person rule with on-the-spot fines and he said they still had to option to arrest anyone who flouted the rules, adding that it was “about the protection of the people of NSW”.