Indonesian Navy submarine KRI Nanggala went missing north of Bali. Photo: AP/Eric Ireng
Police Commissioner Grant Stevens has launched an inquiry into the death of a truck driver who slammed into other trucks queueing at a state border checkpoint overnight. Also announced this afternoon, South Australia will relax testing requirements for travellers from New South Wales and Western Australia from Sunday.
People travelling into South Australia may need to receive a fourth coronavirus test on day 16 of their stay, while dancing at nightclubs will remain off the table for at least another week as authorities reconsider the blanket ban.
The lawyer for the Spanish pizza bar worker accused by SA authorities of sparking last month’s statewide lockdown has asked SA Health to hand over the information it refused to give to SA Police about his client’s alleged “lie”.
Up to 50 people will be able to gather at people’s homes, masks in public won’t be encouraged and stand-up drinking will return to pubs and bars under a raft of revised restrictions to kick in from Monday, as authorities eye a return to normality early in the new year.