The curfew ends in Sydney's 12 local government areas of concern; A jump in COVID-19 cases in the United States and Canada; Olympic gold medallist Simone Biles says gymnastics officials ignored team doctor Larry Nassar's sexual abuse of athletes.
In this bulletin: Ballarat in Victoria enters a week-long lockdown; Curfews lift in Sydney's 12 local government areas of concern; and in sport, two new faces for the Matildas squad ahead of the side's match against Ireland.
12 COVID-19 deaths in New South Wales and 1,259 locally acquired cases; Vctoria reports 423 new cases and two deaths and a small Swiss football club causes a major upset on the opening day of the European Champions League.
New South Wales records 1,127 new local cases of COVID-19 and two deaths; Victoria's roadmap out of lockdown to be announced on Sunday and the Matildas reunite at a training camp in Dublin ahead of their game against Ireland.
Two COVID-19 deaths and 1,217 cases in New South Wales; 445 cases in Victoria and another two deaths and Olympic champion Simone Biles one of several gymnasts to testify before a US Senate panel this week.
Residents in New South Wales brace for the peak in COVID-19 case numbers and hospitalisations, A UN hosted international aid conference raises more than $1.4 billion in aid for Afghanistan, Afghan cricket authorities signal that women can still play cricket.
New South Wales records 1,257 local cases of COVID-19 and seven deaths; Victoria reports its largest daily increase in infections this year and in sport, Australian Olympic champion Jessica Fox wins silver in the women's C1 world cup event in France.