This week at the Leader, we have done things a little differently. Our hard-working journalists and yours truly have worked from home to comply with Australian Community Media's social distancing policy.
We have also looked for some good news stories in amongst the coronavirus chaos. We know you are reading our regular updates on the virus, but we wanted to get more local angles and find some positivity in a sea of negativity.
Murray Trembath spoke to a local butcher who is still making about 500kg of sausages a day - but due to shoppers clearing out supermarket shelves he is seeing them going out the door as fast as he can put them on the shelf.Read his positive tale here.
We have also started a campaign to support our local business if you are a local business we are going to try and help you, click here to see how. We are a community paper and we are for our community.
Meryn Porter reports that supermarkets across NSW will be able to receive deliveries 24 hours a day in a bid to restock depleted shelves caused by panic around coronavirus. Read how that will work here.
Now is an excellent time to sell your house in St George I am told, read why here.
On a heavier note, Jim Gainsford tells us human remains located 13 years ago at Kurnell have been formally identified.
We all hope you, our valued reader, can keep in good health and remain in good spirits during these challenging times.
We will still bring you all the news, both non and coronavirus related, we have heard your calls for more good news and we hope to provide you with many good news yarns over the coming months.
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Enjoy your Sunday read.