Border Restrictions Expected To Be Fiercely Debated At National Cabinet [Headlines] – Hope 103.2

Border Restrictions Expected To Be Fiercely Debated At National Cabinet [Headlines]

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison is pushing for a full re-opening of all state and territory borders by Christmas. More top stories.

By Hope NewsroomFriday 4 Sep 2020NewsReading Time: 2 minutes

Today’s headlines from the Hope News team

Border restrictions are expected to be fiercely debated today when the Prime Minister holds a meeting with state and territory leaders.

Scott Morrison is pushing for a full re-opening by Christmas.

A new coronavirus alert has been issued for the Fitness First gym in Randwick, after the detection of two more cases.

Anyone there between the 23 August–1 September is being told to be on alert for symptoms.

Children and staff who attended after school care at Regents Park Christian School on Monday and Tuesday need to get tested and isolate for a full 14 days.

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The Australian share market is set for heavy losses today after Wall Street’s main indexes tumbled overnight.

Wild weather is hampering efforts to find a livestock ship missing in waters off Japan.

Two Australians are among the 43 people onboard.

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A month after the Beirut blast, a pulse and signs of breathing are being detected beneath the rubble of a collapsed building.

Thermal imaging shows a smaller body, next to a larger one, showing signs of life.

A line of Haigh’s Chocolates made for Father’s Day is being re-called because of allergy risks.

It affects boxes of “Malti-chocs” with a best before date of 17 January, next year.

The City2Surf will not go ahead in October as planned, due to coronavirus restrictions.

Australian Alex de Minaur is through to the third round of the US Open tennis.

British researchers have revealed the true scale of the megladon shark.

The prehistoric fish species would have grown up to 18m in length and weighed about 48 tonnes.