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NSW Deputy Premier sets a plan for the federal election.
NSW Deputy Premier John Barilaro has made clear that he will head out for federal elections and pull out of state politics. He said he would discuss his career in politics and issues with his family this weekend. He has eyes on the federal seat of Eden-Monaro, which is currently held by Mike Kelly. Mike Kelly ha announced his resignation from that seat on Thursday morning, April 30.
However, Barilaro has not given a clear statement publicly for that seat. He said that this selection ha serious as he has to got for the general election next. He said he needs to discuss with his family about spending a number of years he should spend in politics.
South Pacific Laundry denounced for standing down migrant workers.
South Pacific Laundry has been accused of standing down the migrant workers who are ineligible for goalkeeper wage subsidies given by the government. The manufacturing union has said that this will leave these visa-holders destitute. The union has warned the laundry for its "disgraceful" decision for withdrawing 180 workers in Bankstown.
South Pacific announced on Tuesday by mail that it is laying off its 80% of its workers for an unspecified period of time. South Pacific Laundry, Bankstown, is one of the largest laundries in the southern hemisphere. The laundry gave prior notice to the union before the announcement saying that they are taking this decision due to the drop in the work in the pandemic.
Jodi McKay criticized the state government for not acting to Sydney Newmarch aged care home cases.
The Anglicare Newmarch aged care home has got badly hit by the coronavirus disease. NSW State Labor leader Jodi McKay has criticized the state government for not acting for the aged care home of Sydney. Anglicare announced five new cases of coronavirus at Newmarch on Tuesday. The coronavirus-stricken aged care has recorded a total of 56 cases of COVID-19 with 11 fatalities.
Anglicare CEO Grant Millard said that the aged care has been warned for more deaths this week. The tests of residents at Newmarch started on April 11, after a staff member tested positive for the virus.
NSW premier Gladys Berejiklian said that she was concerned for the lack of communication between the operator of the care home and the family of the residents. The state opposition denounced the last action of the government.
Two couples attacked in a Sydney home invasion.
Mr and Mrs Saliba was attacked mentally by two men in their home. The elderly couple got severely injured and got admitted to the Westmead Hospital in critical condition. Mr Saliba, aged 86, died in the hospital as he got grievous head injuries while protecting his wife. His wife, 84, is currently in stable condition.
Acting Superintendent Anthony Boyd from Ryde Police Area Command reported this case of assault and called it a "cowardly act". He said that Mrs Saliba was attacked first. The police found them wounded in their home at north-west Sydney. The couple was married for more than 60 years and lived together in the same house for 30 years.
Gladys Berejiklian's management has worked well in the pandemic
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian's work for the pandemic has been well received by the people of the state. As per a recent survey, the residents of NSW has approved the way of management of Berejiklian to handle the crisis with a vote of 70%. The survey has been conducted by the COVID-19 Monitor with the collaboration of ABC nationwide. Under this survey, the attitude, behaviour and experience of the leaders have been recorded and examined.
The WA Premier Mark McGowan has received 91 per cent approval rating, whereas South Australia's Steven Marshall is on 81 per cent and Victoria's Daniel Andrews on 77 per cent. The iconic beach of Sydney, Bondi Beach has reopened for swimmers and surfers after a month.
Sydney theatre bring shows online.
The Highland Arts Theatre aka HAT of Sydney has planned to inculcate the culture, comfort and joy into the lives of residents. The theatre is introducing online dance workshops to render cheer digitally. Cynthia Vokey, the HAT choreographer and dance instructor, will head these classes and offer various dance styles to the participants ranging from beginner to intermediate level.
These dance classes can be accessed easily through the Zoom app, which can be downloaded from the App Store or Google Play Store for free. The theatre will update the schedules of the dance classes on its HAT Facebook page. HAT executive director Wesley Colford said that the theatre is marking efforts to bring this program online to spread positivity in the time of the pandemic.
Death tolls of coronavirus rise in Australia.
A woman of Sydney Newmarch aged care died on Monday night after testing positive for coronavirus. The breaking havoc of coronavirus hardly hits the Anglicare Newmarch House aged care facility located in West Sydney. Anglicare’s CEO Grant Millard reported the death of 89-year-old lady and said that coronavirus is showing a devastating effect on old people.
With this death, the death tolls of Australia has reached a total of 84, out of which 37 fatalities are from New South Wales. It is the seventh death if the aged care facility. Mr Millard said that they are taking all precautionary measures to keep the virus away from their residents.
Sydney doctor in the vaccine trial by the University of Oxford.
The United Kingdom has initiated testing of the potential vaccine for the treatment of coronavirus. A Sydney doctor Dr Edward O'Neill is among or of the two people on which the vaccine has got tested. Developed by Britain's Oxford University, the vaccine is created to stop the fast-spreading global coronavirus pandemic. As a researcher, the Australian doctor has called it "walk in faith".
The doctor's wife also wanted to be a part of this trail, but she could not as she is breastfeeding. Dr Edward is currently researching on radiation oncology at the University of Oxford. He said he joined the trail to help the people worldwide in this battle.
NSW railway renders green signal to freight trains.
The rail freight sector has been acclaimed by the NSW government to carry on with the supply of essential goods across the country in the pandemic. Freight on Rail Group (FORG) of Australia chair Dean Dalla Valle said that the state government had taken this decision to protect the local jobs and avail goods, supplies and commodities.
Valle added that active freight trains are the most efficient way to support the economy of the state and bring back the cargo transportation on the track. The freight trains will not run on Sydney rail track between the peak commuter period, i.e., 6 am-10 am and 3 pm- 7 pm.
Sydney man assaulted with his toy poodle.
A man named Seung Won Kang was walking with his toy poodle along Allen Street in Pyrmont on Friday evening. Suddenly, he got attacked by a stranger. The man kicked his two-year-old poodle, Zico and punched Seung. The man was yelling at him and assaulted him. A passer-by interfered in the dispute and tried to save the man and his Zico, but the man fled from the scene.
The NSW police have reported the case and called it "reprehensible behaviour". Ian Ryan, 34, who assaulted Mr Kang got arrested on Sunday evening and got charged with five serious crimes. He has his hearing at Central Local Court on Monday but the court refused his bail.