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Matildas Olympics win; COVID battle still not over in NSW, SA

The big news overnight comes from the Olympics - Australia's first win in Tokyo and news that Brisbane will host the 2032 Games.

Australian Olympic Committee boss John Coates doesn't think there is Olympic "fatigue" and believes the Games will be warmly embraced by Australians in 11 years time.

Brisbane celebrated being awarded the 2032 Games in a landslide vote last night.

The Tokyo Olympics are underway and Australia's women's football team, the Matildas, have kicked off with a win over New Zealand.

You can catch all the Olympics news here.

If you aren't sure where to watch the action, all the details are here.

Back home and if you're in Greater Sydney and wondering how long lockdown is going to last you'll have to wait until at least the weekend to find out, and it certainly won't be an early finish according to NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian.

The state recorded 110 new local COVID-19 cases in the 24 hours to 8pm on Tuesday, up from 78 the previous day. Today's new case numbers should be announced around 11am.

That figure would have been "thousands and thousands" had Greater Sydney not entered lockdown, now in its fourth week, Ms Berejiklian said.

The premier has said the virus must be quashed before restrictions can be lifted.

South Australia is also expecting its COVID-19 cluster to grow after it jumped from six to 12 cases yesterday with potential exposure sites now well above 50.

Premier Steven Marshall says authorities will do everything they can to increase testing resources amid reports of long lines forcing some to wait for more than 10 hours.

In Victoria and Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton said the state would be facing a "world of hurt" in coming weeks if authorities had not immediately locked down.

Twenty-two new local cases were reported in Victoria on Wednesday, the state's highest daily total of the current outbreak. It took the total number of active cases in the outbreak to 107, all of which have been linked.

But Professor Sutton says he suspects the state would already be dealing with 200 to 300 cases if it had not entered lockdown a week ago

In court news, former NSW Labor powerbroker Eddie Obeid, his son Moses, and his once-ministerial colleague Ian Macdonald face having their bail revoked after being convicted of a criminal conspiracy.

Justice Elizabeth Fullerton will hear the NSW Supreme Court detention applications today, with a sentence hearing tentatively listed for September 8.