Cleaner who worked at two Sydney hotels, including a quarantine hotel, returns positive result; Greg Hunt says vaccine rollout still on track for March; coronavirus traces found in sewage in Sydney's north-west. Follow all the latest live â€¢ Follow the global coronavirus liveblog 11.49pm GMT He's back, and in the prime minister's courtyard. The first order of business appears to be an attempt to neutralise Labor's â€˜why are you celebrating the economy when people are hurting' line. The second, will be about China, presumably.This has been a very hard year. For so many Australians. While it is not getting any easier, the challenges I'm getting any lesser but the way we deal with things in Australia is we always seek to do them very much in our own Australian way. A key part of doing that is always working hard to get the right balance. 11.40pm GMT This was after the Djab Wurrung Directions tree was felled to make way for a road.Breaking: A Supreme Court justice has extended an injunction on the felling of trees deemed sacred to Djab Wurrung Traditional Owners along the Western Highway. It will be in place until a full trial of the matter is heard in February.