New South Wales police say they will find and punish more of those who protested against Sydney's lockdown, while the Premier says she's "utterly disgusted", tens of thousands of people in France protest against lockdown measures, and in sport, the Matildas hopes of reaching the second round of the Olympics suffer a set back after losing to Sweden in the opening round.
Several arrests in Sydney with thousands marching against the lockdown as case numbers keep rising; the federal government rejects claims it's not doing enough to protect the Great Barrier Reef and day one of the Tokyo Olympics.
Emergency vaccine supplies will not yet be sent to Sydney to help contain the coronavirus outbreak in New South Wales; Slain Haitian President, Jovenel Moise, laid to rest in a private ceremony;And in sport,The Tokyo Olympics has officially begun, with a subdued Opening ceremony.
New South Wales records its worst day for new coronavirus infections; Australia's medical regulator approves Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for children aged 12 to 16; and in sport, an opening ceremony like no other - the Tokyo Olympic Games' official start is just hours away.
New South Wales records 136 new local COVID-19 cases; Australia's medical regulator approves the Pfizer coronavirus jab for children aged 12 to 16; and in sport, the Tokyo Olympic Games opening ceremony just hours away.
The Prime Minister apologises for problems with the Covid-19 vaccination rollout; two more deaths linked to the Astra Zeneca shot in Australia; and in sport, Australian Olympians delighted the 2032 Olympics will be coming home.
New South Wales records 124 new COVID-19 cases; Queensland to close the border to the rest of New South Wales from tomorrow; and in sport, the Matildas triumph in their first match at the Tokyo Olympics.
New South Wales officials battle high coronavirus case numbers and public uncertainty about the end of the lockdown, South Australia records six new COVID-19 infections, and Brisbane wins the right to host the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games.