News & Analysis

In NSW, you can now be fined $1000 for standing too close to someone

- March 25, 2020 2 MIN READ

  NSW residents will cop a $1,000 on-the-spot fines for failing to observe social distancing laws, and corporations, $5000, under new powers introduced by the state government. Police are urging people to dob in individuals or businesses breaking COVID-19-related directions to Crime Stoppers. The NSW Public Order and Riot Squad will be especially equipped with face… Read more »

News & Analysis

Victorian schools close and police will enforce lockdowns as NSW Premier tells parents to keep their children at home

- March 23, 2020 4 MIN READ

Victorian schools will start holidays on Mar 24, until Apr 14 NSW is advising parents to keep children at home, but is keeping schools open for essential workers  Venues such as clubs, pubs, cinemas, gyms and places of worship will close from noon today Restaurants and cafes can serve takeaway only Western Australia, South Australia… Read more »

News & Analysis

NSW and Victoria are shutting down ‘non-essential services’ as other states shut borders

- March 22, 2020 5 MIN READ

NSW and Victoria will shut non-essential businesses in the next 48 hrs Supermarkets, petrol stations, pharmacies and home delivery are among services that will stay open Victorian schools will start holidays from March 24. NSW schools have begun to cancel classes on Monday Western Australia, South Australia and the Northern Territory will close their borders… Read more »

Opinion

Why startups and innovation are the future for NSW

- October 23, 2019 2 MIN READ

Spark Festival has kicked off and it’s a great time for startups and entrepreneurs to access advice, support and connection in a like-minded community. It can be daunting to leave behind the security of a nine-to-five job to bring a unique business idea to life in the unpredictable landscape of the startup world. For those… Read more »