Today’s headlines from the Hope News team
A former New South Wales MP is expected to be questioned about his relationship with Premier Gladys Berejiklian when he appears before a corruption hearing for a second day.
Daryl Maguire has admitted to misusing his parliamentary office and continuing to operate a visa scheme he knew was a sham.
A coronavirus alert has been issued for two tutoring businesses in Sydney’s west.
People who attended Al-Jabr – A Different Class of Mathematics Tutor in Auburn on October 8 and 11, and ACE Tutoring in Paramatta on October 10 are being urged to get tested.
The Premier of Victoria’s office has been vandalised amid increasing frustration over coronavirus restrictions.
Victoria has recorded six new cases of COVID-19 and no lives lost.
The cost of renting a unit in Sydney has hit a six-year low.
Rental prices are down the most in inner-city areas and the eastern suburbs, and lower north shore.
The RSPCA is being brought in to help catch a deer running wild in Pyrmont.
The animal is believed to be in the vicinity of Bank and Harris Streets after earlier being seen near the base of the Anzac Bridge.
Police are warning motorists to drive with care in the area.
A new reward is being offered to try and solve the murder of a German backpacker, on the far north coast, 15 years ago.
Simone Strobel’s body was found hidden under palm fronds about 100m from a caravan park in Lismore.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s morning notes have accidentally been sent to the media.
The notes detail the Government’s focus for the day, key issues for discussion and responses to be given.
US First Lady Melania Trump has revealed her son Barron also had coronavirus.
She says the 14 year-old did not show any symptoms, and both of them have now tested negative along with the President.