NSW Covid update: hotspot restrictions to relax and pools to reopen as NSW has deadliest day of pandemic
The New South Wales government will relax Covid restrictions in the western Sydney local government areas subjected to harsher lockdown rules to bring them into line with the rest of the city.
Christian Porter's anonymous donation 'unusual', federal finance minister says
The federal finance minister, Simon Birmingham, has conceded Christian Porter's anonymous donation declaration "is an unusual one" but refused to offer a personal opinion on whether ministers should accept funds without knowing the source.
Korean Government Says 28 Crypto Exchanges Have Met Regulatory Requirements to Continue Operations - Regulation Bitcoin News
28 Cryptocurrency Exchanges Meet Regulatory Requirements
Ontario reinstates driver's license, license plate sticker renewal requirements | CBC News
The Ontario government is warning people with expired driver's licenses, licence plate stickers, photo cards, and health cards to renew their documents, as they reinstate renewal requirements.
Home Office facing new legal challenge over continued use of Napier Barracks
The Home Office is facing a legal battle over its plans to use Napier Barracks as asylum accommodation for four years longer than was initially planned.
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COVID vaccinations or negative test to be required at Dodger, SoFi stadium events
Los Angeles County soon will require proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a recent negative coronavirus test to enter Dodger and SoFi stadiums as well as Major League Soccer venues for events with more than 10,000 people.
Ontario officials working to help Alberta's stricken health-care system battle COVID-19 surge | CBC News
Ontario officials are "having conversations right now" to determine what support the province can provide to help Alberta's crippled health-care system as it battles its deadly fourth wave of COVID-19.
The Nationals fired employees who wouldn't get vaccinated. Two now plan a legal challenge.
Two former minor league coaches for the Washington Nationals plan to file a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission on Friday over the termination of their contracts, which came after they did not comply with an organization-wide vaccine mandate that was implemented in August.
MLB extends Marcell Ozuna's administrative leave, per report
Major League Baseball along with the MLBPA has extended Atlanta Braves outfielder Marcell Ozuna's administrative leave through September 24 according to a report by The Athletic's David O'Brien.