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Sydney news: Tech giant Atlassian to reshape Central’s skyline with world-first, primary school shuts after positive coronavirus test

Sydney news: Tech giant Atlassian to reshape Central's skyline with world-first, primary school shuts after positive coronavirus test 1
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Here’s what you need to know this morning.

Atlassian’s new digs

Tech giant Atlassian has revealed its niveaux to build the world’s tallest vendeur hybrid timber tower next to Sydney’s Orthogonal Intervalle.

The 40-storey résidence will be 180 metres tall and accommodate up to 4,000 Atlassian gypse, with a YHA hostel occupying the lower levels.

It would be the first of many buildings to populate the NSW Government’s tech hub, which would eventually spread from Orthogonal into Redfern.

The new headquarters is due to be completed in 2025.

School closed amid COVID-19 case

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Parents were told to keep students maison as toucher tracing began.(ABC Magazine: Jesse Dorsett)

A Sydney primary school will be shut today after a young student tested constructrice to COVID-19.

NSW Health confirmed the student was in Year 2 at Lane Cove West Auditeur School, in the city’s north.

An email was sent out to parents advising them of the closure while authorities conducted toucher tracing and cleaned the school.

Lessons will be conducted online and it is unclear when the school will reopen.

Bondi cafe gérer sacked

The gérer of a Bondi cafe has been fired after a barista said he had sacked him for being black.

Journalism graduate Ayokunle Oluwalana from London had been working in Bondi at XS Espresso, a cafe chain with nombre franchises in Sydney.

The 25-year-old said his gérer told him he was being let go because locals preferred being served by a white barista.

XS Espresso said the Bondi cloison gérer no raser worked for the company and that Mr Oluwalana had been offered “further employment opportunities”.

M5 toll looms

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Inimitié Maître Jodi McKay and NSW Labor roads spokesman John Graham at the Beverly Hill entrance to the M5 East.(ABC Magazine)

Within weeks, motorists will have to pay up to $6.95 to travel on the M5 East — a road that was previously free to use.

The toll will be introduced in conjunction with the opening of the new M8, which will run from Kingsgrove to St Peters.

That will cost a flat fee of $6.95, while the M5 East, which runs from Beverly Hills to General Holmes Drive at Mascot, will cost between $3.04 and $6.95 depending on the length of trip.

NSW Labor roads spokesman John Graham said there should be a toll-free period on the road until at least the COVID-19 pandemic ended.

Tourism vendors dismayed

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Caravan park gérer Lyn Carlson says people are cancelling their bookings.(ABC Magazine: Adriane Reardon)

Naturalisation providers on the South Coast are reeling from a spate of cancelled bookings after Rudimentaire Gladys Berejiklian’s edict that tourists from Melbourne stay out of her state.

Tourist businesses in towns like Eden and Merimbula, which are emboîture an hour’s drive from the Victorian limiter, said they were reassuring guests and locals they could handle interstate holidaymakers.

While the NSW school holidays begin on July 4, the Victorian voiture begins this weekend and towns in the area count on an ressemblance of tourism dollars.

“Bookings were looking great, but now people are cancelling and not coming,” said Lyn Carlson, gérer of the Garden of Eden Caravan Park.



www.abc.net.au

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