Please register your interest in attending Mater Maria Catholic College Open Day on Thursday, 04 March. Reliable. Early access to the program should encourage people to visit the Northern Beaches, hopefully kick starting the local economy. A coronavirus cluster on Sydney's northern beaches has jumped to 28 people, with authorities saying they've sourced the infection back to a US strain which ma... Western Advocate… The Betoota Advocate is one of the leading providers of Australian-centric news and content across the country. From 5pm on Saturday until midni... Western Advocate… News. For Sydney's Northern Beaches. The Northern Beaches area will now be in lockdown from 5:00pm on Saturday to midnight on Wednesday, with people being asked to stay at home unless for “essential reasons”. Northland's beaches are expected to be packed this Christmas weekend, with … Please fill in the details as the parent or carer attending. “Even though the Northern Beaches community will resume a sense of normality from tomorrow, being part of greater Sydney, all of us have to be on high alert. Until vaccination levels are at a stage where the vast majority of people are vaccinated, we have to live with COVID in the current climate. The year that was 2020 in photos: Lockdown, election and a tornado. Northern Advocate photographer Michael Cunningham's favourite images of 2020. Free. Northern Advocate. Acting Premier John Barilaro confirmed that the Northern Beaches will get a head start on the NSW Government’s planned ‘Dine and Discover’ voucher program that will give people $100 worth of vouchers to use in hospitality and tourism venues. mike.dinsdale@nzme.co.nz northernadvocat. Yesterday, Northern Beaches residents told The Betoota Advocate they were shocked to learn the virus had even bothered making it’s way into the North Shore and the city because ‘it was such a trek bro’. Local. Mike Dinsdale is Northern Advocate deputy editor. Plans to thank NSW's... Western Advocate… The Northern Beaches resident has not been confirmed as an active case, and is at this point being treated as merely just another gross southerner. Sydney's northern beaches will enter lockdown from Saturday evening as the coronavirus cluster in the area grows to 41 cases. A lockdown in Sydney's northern beaches will be extended into the new year after a COVID-19 cluster associated with the area grew to 126.