Health Authorities Are Still Tracing The Source Of Infection For Cluster In Sydney's South-West [Headlines] – Hope 103.2

Health Authorities Are Still Tracing The Source Of Infection For Cluster In Sydney’s South-West [Headlines]

Oran Park High School is re-opening this morning after being deep cleaned following a case of coronavirus. And more top stories.

By Hope NewsroomMonday 19 Oct 2020News

Today’s headlines from the Hope News team

Oran Park High School is re-opening this morning after being deep cleaned following a case of coronavirus.

Health officials are trying to trace the source of the infection, with the Oran Park cluster now reaching 19 people.

The area’s Great Beginnings Childcare Centre will stay closed until October 28.

Victoria has recorded four new cases of COVID-19 overnight and one new death.

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The Premier says she hasn’t thought about quitting, after her relationship with an MP at the centre of a corruption hearing, was revealed.

Gladys Berejiklian says she did not know Daryl Maguire was selling access to MPs, and admits there have been tears.

A man has been shot in Condell Park, in Sydney’s south-west, in a suspected drive-by.

Riot police are looking for the shooters.

Three people are in hospital after a brawl at an engagement party in Sydney’s north-west.

All three have been left with head injuries after the fight involving up to 10 people at Riverstone.

The NSW Education Minister says she’s confident all measures are in place to ensure the HSC runs smoothly.

76,000 students in New South Wales will begin the final Year 12 exams tomorrow.

Camden has been identified as the suburb with the highest average toll bill.

An analysis shows households in the south-west are paying more than twice as much in tolls as those in inner-metropolitan areas.

The iconic boot maker R. M. Williams has returned to Australian ownership after it was bought by mining tycoon Twiggy Forrest for $190 million.