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Sydney Now: What you need to know on Wednesday December 28, 2016

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You’ll need a hat and sunscreen before leaving the house for the rest of the week. Sydney is expecting a top of 30  degrees today and 37 tomorrow, while Parramatta will reach 35 degrees today and 40 tomorrow. More details here. If you’re heading out of town, Berry and Macksville are proving the biggest traffic bottlenecks, and they’re at their worst around lunchtime.  Light rail stops for … light rail

Buses take commuters across the city in lieu of trams. Photo: James Alcock

For those headed back to work, buses are replacing trams between Central and The Star  until the end of January. The replacement is due to work on the CBD light rail construction. The  bus stops are located at Central, Paddys Market, Convention and The Star.  Trams are running as normal between Convention and Dulwich Hill. There are other modifications to transport timetables with reduced services on some routes, so it’s best to check TripView before heading off. Additional bus and train services will be provided on New Year’s Eve.  Sydney to Hobart record smashed

Perpetual Loyal heads out of Sydney. Photo: Wolter Peeters

n supermaxi Perpetual Loyal has won the Sydney to Hobart yacht race, shaving almost five hours off the race record. Gun owners’ big mistake

Firearms available for sale on various gun websites. Photo: Supplied

Crime reporter Rachel Olding has discovered just how easy it is to find the address of a person who owns a gun – troubling authorities that the information is too easy for thieves to obtain.  Her report is here.Sleepless in Sydney   

We might worry about healthcare the most, but Sydneysiders are increasingly concerned about housing, a survey shows. The cost of living and crime also keep us awake at night. Matt Wade reports on the 10 things that trouble us most in this exclusive Ipsos poll here. The food fads that won’t catch on

Turmeric lattes are health drink of 2016. Photo: Supplied

Our friends at Good Food have celebrated the best restaurants, toasted the greatest bars and raised our espressos to excellent cafes. Now it’s time for the other awards. The ones that didn’t quite make The Good Food Guide… Follow us on Facebook for the latest Sydney newsSydney Now