With one of the largest global surfing events making its home in Narrabeen in April this year, businesses and locals are hopeful this will be the massive boost the Northern Beaches has needed after the Christmas COVID restrictions.
Member for Manly James Griffin, joined Member for Pittwater, Rob Stokes at Narrabeen beach today to announce that NSW had been successful in securing a World Surfing League (WSL) Championship Tour (CT) event to be held at Narrabeen on the Northern Beaches.
Member for Manly James Griffin and local businesses today rejoiced as the NSW Government announced a further winding down of restrictions allowing venues to host more people and bring in more business.
From Friday most venues will be able to return to the “1 person per 2sqm” rule with the exception of Gyms. Weddings and funerals will still be capped at 300 people.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian said this is about striking the balance between keeping the economy going and boosting jobs whilst ensuring COVID-19 is kept under control.
Firstly I would like to apologise for the concern and confusion surrounding school buses, and the impact this has had on you and your child.
From 7am this morning I attended bus stops in Seaforth and Balgowlah for two hours to see the changes first hand. I will do this again next week.
As your local Member of Parliament, I work on your behalf to ensure our community receives the highest level of service from the NSW Government. In this case, we have been let down.