The New South Wales town of Cowra prepares for lockdown, Prime Minister Scott Morrison departs Sydney for a series of meetings in the United States, Federal Labor, the Greens and crossbenchers push for Christian Porter to resign from government.
COVID-19 restrictions ease across Sydney as Victoria's plan out of lockdown is described as too conservative, the biggest pension increase in seven years starts today and in sport, Port Adelaide player Ollie Wines wins the club's first AFL Brownlow Medal.
Victorian authorities map the state's road out of lockdown, Christian Porter resigns from federal cabinet over a potential breach of ministerial standards, and the Brownlow Medal to be awarded tonight at a ceremony in Perth.
Protesters clash with police at Melbourne anti-lockdown rally, France recalls its ambassador to Australia over submarine snub, and the Manly Sea Eagles are through to their first preliminary final in eight years.
France recalls its ambassador over a submarine snub, the first doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine arrive in Australia and New Zealand's cricket tour of Pakistan abandoned on the morning of the first match.
In this bulletin, New South Wales to test a 7-day long home quarantine pilot program, tradies protest tighter COVID-19 restrictions in Victoria, and in sport, international travel restrictions force Australian hockey teams to withdraw from upcoming tournaments.
In this bulletin, New South Wales announces a trial home quarantine plan, Victoria records 512 new cases of COVID 19, and in sport, Australian swimmer Shayna Jack is free to return to the pool after an appeal to increase her doping ban is dismissed.