Queensland will extend its border zone with New South Wales from 1am Thursday 1 October to include Ballina, Casino and other areas along the length of the border.Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said the change would support people and businesses in the border communities.“Our strong borders have kept Queenslanders safe and allowed us to keep our economy going, businesses open and people working.“Thanks to our health response and falling numbers of the virus, we can now take a gradual a...
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