Stay-at-home orders end in part of regional New South Wales as the state unveils its roadmap to ease rules; Queensland records a new COVID-19 case in an airport worker; And in sport, the winner of the Dally M medal is crowned in Brisbane.
The New South Wales roadmap to be revealed this week based on an 80 per cent vaccination target; Prime Minister Scott Morrison says Australia is not contemplating a Taliban representative to occupy the Afghan embassy in Canberra; And in sport, a double for Australian footballer Sam Kerr.
Vladimir Putin defends the conduct of Russian elections over rigging claims, leaders of the United States, Japan, India and Australia present a united front at their first face-to-face Quad summit and Melbourne breaks a 57-year premiership drought with a thumping win over the Western Bulldogs in the AFL grand final.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison meets with international leaders at the QUAD summit in Washington, Concerns over low vaccination rates in immigration detention, The Melbourne Demons and Western Demons go head to head at the AFL Grand Final in Perth tonight.
Victoria and New South Wales continue to record a high number of new COVID-19 cases, A plan approved to allow the safe return of international students to New South Wales, And in sport Women's football celebrates a 100-year milestone.
Victoria records 733 new locally acquired COVID-19 cases and one death, Vaccinated international students to return to New South Wales, Queensland opens two vaccination pop up clinics at Suncorp Stadium ahead of NRL Finals matches this weekend.
Scott Morrison meets Narenda Modi in Washington ahead of Quad duties, a protester in Melbourne is being treated for COVID-19 in hospital and in sport, the NRL prepares for an expansion with a second team in Brisbane.