By Hope NewsroomFriday 11 Dec 2020
Today’s headlines from the Hope News team
The Federal Government says it will buy extra doses of coronavirus vaccines from alternative sources after the one being developed in Queensland was scrapped.
Several participants in the University of Queensland CSL trials have returned false-positive HIV tests.
Australia’s leaders will meet face to face for the first time in nine months.
Western Australia’s Premier is the only one who will dial-in.
The roll-out of coronavirus vaccines and the economy will be on the agenda.
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Eligible residents can now apply for a special new Year’s Eve Pass.
The NSW Government says it’s preparing to celebrate and look forward to 2021 with a sense of hope and optimism.
Churches are welcoming back worshippers this weekend with the only restriction on numbers being one person per two square metres.
Up to 50 people can sing indoors.
Queensland’s border will reopen to New Zealand tomorrow.
More than 290,000 people accessed government-funded homelessness services in the last financial year.
That’s up one per cent on four years ago.
A truck driver is in a serious condition with head and arm injuries after a truck rolled at Mascot early this morning.
Foreshore Road remains closed at General Holmes Drive.
The British Prime Minister is conceding there is a strong possibility the UK will fail to strike a post-Brexit trade deal with the EU.
Talks are continuing ahead of the looming deadline for a no-deal Brexit at the end of this month.
Israel and Morocco have reached a US brokered deal to normalise relations.