Items filtered by date: March 2020
AUSTRALIANS have been forbidden from heading overseas after the government implemented a travel ban under the Biosecurity Act 2015.
LACHLAN and Kristen Hennekam (nee Kossatz) had always planned to get married on their block of land at Yorketown.
WHILE the federal government’s stage two restrictions have forced libraries to close their doors, Copper Coast staff are supporting the community for as long as they can.
IN response to COVID-19, Wakefield Regional Council is taking proactive measures to stop the spread.
RESTAURANTS are serving up new options after updated restrictions were imposed which mean they can only offer takeaway and delivery services.
THE state government will implement a temporary rule change for the South Australian Rock Lobster commercial fishing industry allowing the carryover of uncaught quota to help mitigate the market impacts of coronavirus.
TAKEAWAY and delivery services are the new normal for hotels continuing to trade despite restrictions due to COVID-19.
MOST indoor and outdoor non-essential gatherings are now limited to two people, which will greatly impact the fitness industry.
BEAUTY technicians are now unable to provide treatments, which can have positive impacts on their clients’ self-esteem, due to COVID-19.