Owners of a roadside fruit and vegetable stand near Tathra have been fined for breaching COVID-19 public health orders.
A NSW Police spokesperson on Friday confirmed the couple had been issued with three penalty infringement notices (PINs) for failing to comply with a public health order following inquiries into operating their market stall.
On Thursday, July 15, officers conducting COVID compliance checks attended Kalaru and spoke to a man and a woman in relation to a fruit and vegetable store without a QR code available.
Further inquires revealed the pair travelled from Sydney several times during the week, for the purpose of operating the stall.
Three $1000 PINs were issued for not complying with notice of direction in relation to COVID-19.