By Hope NewsroomTuesday 22 Sep 2020
Today’s headlines from the Hope News team
Border restrictions between New South Wales, regional Victoria and South Australia could soon be eased with state health officials expected to meet today for discussions.
A COVID-19 alert has been issued for Moorebank Sports Club in Sydney’s south-west.
People there on the night of September 14 are being told to monitor for symptoms.
The UK’s coronavirus alert is being upgraded to a level where transmission is “high or rising exponentially”.
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Case numbers are currently doubling every week.
The World Health Organization says 156 countries have joined a global scheme for the common development and fair distribution of future vaccine for COVID-19.
The Federal Government is preparing to outline key projects it says will reduce emissions and create jobs.
Hydrogen, carbon capture and environmentally-produced steel are among priority projects in the $18 billion roadmap.
Listen: Energy Minister Angus Taylor speaks to Hope 103.2 about Australia’s $18 billion ‘roadmap’ to reducing carbon emissions
About a third of the 270 whales stranded on Tasmania’s west coast have died.
The pilot whales are stranded in and around Macquarie Harbour.
The number of babies being born in Australia is expected to drop.
Researchers are predicting 280,000 fewer children could be born by 2024, compared to pre-coronavirus forecasts.