Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk is savaged for refusing to open the border to Sydney  Daily MailView Full coverage on Google News
Residents in the harbour city have been told they're too high a risk to travel to the Sunshine State - despite the city recording just one new local COVID-19 case on Monday.Residents in the harbour city have been told they're too high a risk to travel to the Sunshine State - despite the city recording just one new local COVID-19 case on Monday.

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk is savaged for refusing to open the border to Sydney | Daily Mail Online

A “frustrated and annoyed” New South Wales will begin sending multimillion-dollar bills to Australia’s states and territories this week for putting their citizens in hotel quarantine.A “frustrated and annoyed” New South Wales will begin sending multimillion-dollar bills to Australia’s states and territories this week for putting their citizens in hotel quarantine.

Hotel quarantine: NSW to hit states and territories with $140m bill this week

Queensland's border relaxes again, allowing visitors from regional NSW to come over, but more than 5 million people who live in Greater Sydney, as well as residents of Victoria, are still locked out of the Sunshine State.Queensland's border relaxes again, allowing visitors from regional NSW to come over, but more than 5 million people who live in Greater Sydney, as well as residents of Victoria, are still locked out of the Sunshine State.

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The NSW government is preparing to mandate that all hospitality venues have QR customer check-in codes or be hit with a $1000 fine.The NSW government is preparing to mandate that all hospitality venues have QR customer check-in codes or be hit with a $1000 fine.

NSW authorities have again hit out businesses which aren't doing the right thing, as coronavirus contact tracers struggle to track down patrons who dined at a...NSW authorities have again hit out businesses which aren't doing the right thing, as coronavirus contact tracers struggle to track down patrons who dined at a...

NSW Health unable to find exposed diners | The Inverell Times | Inverell, NSW

NSW has reported three new cases of COVID-19 in its latest daily reports, with just one of those cases acquired via community transmission.NSW has reported three new cases of COVID-19 in its latest daily reports, with just one of those cases acquired via community transmission.

Restaurant worker is NSW's only COVID-19 case, while Victoria records another day of zero | Goulburn Post | Goulburn, NSW

Travellers from regional NSW are now able to go to Queensland for the first time in almost four months, but Sydneysiders are still not welcome in the Sunshine...Travellers from regional NSW are now able to go to Queensland for the first time in almost four months, but Sydneysiders are still not welcome in the Sunshine...

Decision on Vic border could be this week | The Advertiser - Cessnock | Cessnock, NSW

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Long delays are expected at checkpoints into Queensland today as the state's hardline border eases.Resident...

Coronavirus border restrictions: Queensland border opens to regional New South Wales but Greater Sydney and Victoria not allowed, delays expected

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Premier Gladys Berejiklian has long maintained she would not keep the border closed 'a day longer than it needed to be'.Premier Gladys Berejiklian has long maintained she would not keep the border closed 'a day longer than it needed to be'.

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Newly re-elected Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk is under pressure to change her draconian border policies.Newly re-elected Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk is under pressure to change her draconian border policies.

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Frustrated NSW health authorities are threatening to make QR codes mandatory as contact tracers struggle to find potentially infected diners.Frustrated NSW health authorities are threatening to make QR codes mandatory as contact tracers struggle to find potentially infected diners.

Gladys Berejiklian threatens to make QR codes mandatory as authorities struggle to find potentially infected diners | SBS News

Queensland police are warning that lengthy delays are likely when the state's COVID-19 borders restrictions are relaxed for regional NSW. The current rules ar...Queensland police are warning that lengthy delays are likely when the state's COVID-19 borders restrictions are relaxed for regional NSW. The current rules ar...

Queues likely when Qld border opens to NSW | Whyalla News | Whyalla, SA

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Premier Gladys Berejiklian says the New South Wales hard border with Victoria could be lifted before Queensland eases its border restrictions for Greater Sydney. Ms Berejiklian said she contacted Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk to congratulate her on her election victory, and to express her eagerness to discuss the border issues, however, had not yet received a response. “I know from the overall trend and what NSW has been able to demonstrate there isn’t a single place in Australia where NSW residents, all of us, should not be welcome,” she said. “That’s my message to the Queensland premier very strongly, that’s my message to the WA premier. “I want to also stress in relation to Victoria that the NSW government will move forward with confidence and also with speed. “I wouldn’t be surprised if we moved more quickly against Victoria than Queensland did against us.” She also said the decision to reopen was ultimately up to the Queensland government, “and that’s the chaos they’re creating”. “But I want to reduce the stress on citizens generally,” Ms Berejiklian said. “I think the best way to reduce the stress, to be compassionate, is to get rid of that Queensland-NSW border; there’s no reason it should be there.” Premier Gladys Berejiklian says the New South Wales hard border with Victoria could be lifted before Queensland eases its border restrictions for Greater Sydney. Ms Berejiklian said she contacted Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk to congratulate her on her election victory, and to express her eagerness to discuss the border issues, however, had not yet received a response. “I know from the overall trend and what NSW has been able to demonstrate there isn’t a single place in Australia where NSW residents, all of us, should not be welcome,” she said. “That’s my message to the Queensland premier very strongly, that’s my message to the WA premier. “I want to also stress in relation to Victoria that the NSW government will move forward with confidence and also with speed. “I wouldn’t be surprised if we moved more quickly against Victoria than Queensland did against us.” She also said the decision to reopen was ultimately up to the Queensland government, “and that’s the chaos they’re creating”. “But I want to reduce the stress on citizens generally,” Ms Berejiklian said. “I think the best way to reduce the stress, to be compassionate, is to get rid of that Queensland-NSW border; there’s no reason it should be there.”

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian hints at border to Victoria opening soon without being definitiveNSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian hints at border to Victoria opening soon without being definitive

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian hints at border to Victoria opening soon without being definitive | The Canberra Times | Canberra, ACT

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has hinted that the border with NSW could reopen soon now that the second wave in Melbourne is under contorl.Hopefully before Christmas.

The NSW-Victoria Border Could Reopen Within 'Weeks, Not Months'