As 2020 comes to an end, with hopefully the worst of the Covid-19 pandemic behind us, the question is now turning to just what sort of year we can expect next year.
A travel bubble is on the cards with Australia and the Cook Islands, but a resurgence of cases in New South Wales has threatened that.
A mini-lockdown is underway in Sydney's northern beach suburbs, with more than 200,000 people living between The Spit and Palm Beach have been told to stay at home for at least the next three days as cases spread throughout the state.
Wrapping the Week for the final time this year, host Mike Yardley and guests Tim Wilson and Trish Sherson discussed what the future holds for Covid-19 and if we really need to go overseas anytime soon.
They also discussed the summer of sailing coming our way, and celebrating Christmas traditions.