A Woman Has Died in a Head-On Collision on the Sydney Harbour Bridge - In The News Thursday 27 August – Hope 103.2

A Woman Has Died in a Head-On Collision on the Sydney Harbour Bridge – In The News Thursday 27 August

Three others have been injured and police say two cars collided just after 7am, closing all lanes on the bridge. And, more headlines.

By Hope NewsroomThursday 27 Aug 2020

Today’s headlines from the Hope News team

Three other people have been injured in today’s Sydney Harbour Bridge collision.

Police say two cars collided just after 7am, closing all lanes on the bridge.

Health authorities fear coronavirus may have spread from person to person, at a gym in Sydney’s CBD.

Three cases are now linked to the gym inside the city Tattersall’s club.

An alert has also been issued for anyone who took part in a dance class on Tuesday night at the Virgin Active gym at Zetland to go into isolation and be tested.

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And, it’s now been confirmed a trainee bus driver who tested positive worked for three days over the past week on routes in Blacktown, Rouse Hill and Mt Druitt.

The Federal Government is pushing for the right to review or cancel agreements states and universities make with foreign powers.

The proposed legislation would give the Commonwealth the ability to veto any deal that goes against Australia’s foreign policy.

The maximum school suspension in New South Wales could be halved to 10 days under a plan being considered by the Government.

It would also see children from Kindergarten to Year 2 sent home for serious physical violence.

A teenager has been charged with assaulting three police officers in Sydney’s west.

Police say the 16-year-old became violent when officers tried to stop him for jumping a ticket barrier at Parramatta Railway Station last night.

Structural engineers have been called to South Coogee – where bricks have fallen from the outside of an apartment block.

Twenty residents have been evacuated.

A controversial wattle-inspired logo, being used to represent Australia on the international stage, has been quietly shelved and will be re-designed.