Delays On Intercity Trains Despite A Snap Strike Being Cancelled [Headlines] – Hope 103.2

Delays On Intercity Trains Despite A Snap Strike Being Cancelled [Headlines]

Limited services are running to Sydney from the Central Coast, Blue Mountains and Wollongong. And other top stories.

By Hope NewsroomFriday 27 Nov 2020News

Today’s headlines from the Hope News team

There are still delays on some intercity and Sydney trains despite a snap strike being cancelled.

Limited services are running to Sydney from the Central Coast, Blue Mountains and Wollongong.

AstraZeneca will likely run an additional global trial to assess the level of protection of its COVID-19 vaccine.

Questions are being raised about the results of the late-stage trials.

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Qantas will soon fly to COVID-19 hotspots across Europe to help bring stranded Australians home.

Several government-supported flights from France and Germany will be put on before Christmas.

They will land in Darwin, where passengers will quarantine for two weeks.

Victoria has recorded a 28th consecutive day without community transmission of the coronavirus.

The State has now met the official definition of eliminating COVID-19.

Students have fallen up to four months behind in maths and literacy, due to disruptions caused by the pandemic.

The NSW Government has begun recruiting tutors to help children catch up.

Religious and community institutions refusing to join the National Redress Scheme face having their charity status stripped under new legislation.

The new sanctions will be tabled in parliament next week.

A man is in a serious but stable condition after being stabbed by a group of men in Sydney’s south.

Police are looking for at least 10 men over the attack last night in a park in Banksia.

The inquiry into the State Government’s controversial grants program will resume this morning, a day after Premier Gladys Berejiklian admitted her Government practices ‘pork barrelling‘.

Netflix and other streaming services could be forced to offer more Australian content to level the playing field with free-to-air networks.

The proposed changes to media laws to be introduced today, would force services to spend millions on local programs and films.

Australia’s summer of cricket against India kicks off this afternoon with the first one-dayer at the SCG.