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Police say three more guests face the same fine for breaching Covid restrictions at the wedding in Pyrmont on Sunday

Dec 28, 2020

Nine people have been fined and three others face the same treatment after allegedly leaving Sydneys coronavirus-hit northern beaches to attend a wedding in inner Sydneys Pyrmont.
The 12 people were found at a wedding at a Pirrama Road venue on Sunday afternoon after police were tipped off about their whereabouts.
Nine people from Allambie Heights, Narraweena, Frenchs Forest and Beacon Hill were fined $1,000 each for breaching public health orders.
Police said they expected to soon fine another three people from Frenchs Forest and Beacon Hill.
The northern beaches is currently under a stay-at-home order as authorities work to suppress the Covid cluster.
The stay-at-home orders applying to northern beaches residents north of the Narrabeen Bridge will continue until at least 9 January.
The lockdown for the peninsulas southern zone will be in place until at least 2 January.
A brief reprieve for small indoor gatherings on the northern beaches on New Years Eve and New Years Day has been permitted.