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Federal Government Considers Bringing Forward Tax Relief [Headlines]

Business is pushing for $158 billion in income tax cuts to be brought forward from next year, rather than in 2022. And other top stories.

By Jefferson ShawThursday 3 Sep 2020News

Today’s headlines from the Hope News team

Tax relief is expected to be on the Federal Government’s budget agenda, as it tries to get the economy out of recession.

Business is pushing for $158 billion in income tax cuts to be brought forward from next year, rather than in 2022.

Students are returning to Girraween Public School in Sydney’s west, after the campus was closed due to COVID-19.

St Paul’s Catholic College at Greystanes is also re-opening.

Ten cases have been linked to the school.

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Shots have been fired into a home at Fairfield Heights in Sydney’s west, hours after police launched a crackdown on gun violence.

It’s the 29th shooting in Sydney in just over a month – many of them are linked to bikie gangs.

A man dubbed the “Family Court bomber” is due to be sentenced in the Supreme Court today.

Leonard John Warwick has been found guilty of three murders and a string of bombings in Sydney more than 30 years ago.

A study has found Year 3 students who watch more than two hours of TV a day have a noticeable drop in academic performance two years later.

More than 500 villagers in China have come down with food poisoning.

An investigation has discovered the source was durian, recovered from the water after a ship carrying the fruit overturned.

A meteor has been spotted streaking over Sydney, before landing somewhere in the Snowy Mountains.

People saw a “bluey green” light in the sky.