Broad Capacity Limit Removed For Many Venues In NSW Including Churches [Headlines] – Hope 103.2

Broad Capacity Limit Removed For Many Venues In NSW Including Churches [Headlines]

There is no longer a cap on the number of people who can attend Church services, funerals and weddings in New South Wales. And other top news.

By Hope NewsroomMonday 7 Dec 2020News

Today’s headlines from the Hope News team

There is no longer a cap on the number of people who can attend Church services, funerals and weddings in New South Wales.

Coronavirus restrictions have been eased, however a two-square-metre rule must still be observed.

Two German nationals who avoided hotel quarantine in Sydney will face another round of coronavirus testing in Melbourne today.

New South Wales Police say practices and systems at Sydney Airport have been reviewed and strengthened as a result of the breach.

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The first international flight has arrived in Melbourne, as Victoria officially begins accepting returned travellers for the first time in five months.

US President Donald Trump says his lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, has tested positive to coronavirus.

The former New York mayor has been spearheading Mr Trump’s efforts to overturn the presidential election results.

A bushfire on Queensland’s Fraser Island is closing in on the township of Happy Valley.

An evacuation order for residents has been issued.

A garbage truck has caught fire in Sydney’s east.

Flames were seen coming from the truck while it was collecting rubbish in Matraville early this morning.

One in four Australians surveyed is feeling lonely in the lead-up to Christmas.

The annual Red Cross Survey also reveals 50 per cent of respondents who are unemployed or over 65 have not made plans for Christmas.

Sergio Perez has claimed his first Formula One victory in his 190th race – winning the Shakir Grand Prix in Bahrain this morning.