By Hope NewsroomMonday 9 Nov 2020
Today’s headlines from the Hope News team
People in the Rouse Hill area in Sydney’s north-west are being asked to get tested if they have even the mildest COVID-19 symptoms.
Traces of the virus have been found in sewage in the area.
New Year’s Eve is going to look at little different in Sydney this year with coronavirus restricting traditional celebrations.
The best views are being reserved for frontline health workers and firefighters.
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No new cases of coronavirus or COVID-related deaths have been recorded in Victoria for a tenth day.
Restrictions have eased, allowing people from Melbourne to travel to regional areas of the state.
Australian based biotech company CSL will start manufacturing millions of doses of potential coronavirus vaccines from this morning.
There are plans to release the AstraZeneca vaccine candidate early next year – if it passes clinical trials.
Australia will have a new chief scientist to replace the outgoing Alan Finkel, whose five-year tenure ends in December.
Renowned CSIRO physicist Cathy Foley will take over the role.
The NSW Government is looking to transition to renewable energy.
A new plan aims to attract $32 billion of private investment in solar and wind projects, and replace aging coal-fired power stations.
Donald Trump is launching up to 10 legal challenges of the outcome of the US election – as President-Elect Joe Biden prepares to speak with other world leaders.
The Queen has led a scaled-back Remembrance Sunday, joining other members of her family – socially distanced at the Cenotaph in London’s Whitehall.