Today’s headlines from the Hope News team
Liberal MP Catherine Cusack has been removed from her position as a parliamentary secretary after she voted against the government’s koala protection laws.
The Premier says the current land use rules will now remain in place, until a new policy is developed next year.
Staff at Blacktown Hospital have been ordered back to work by the NSW Industrial Relations Commission.
Nurses walked off the job for 24 hours yesterday afternoon over concerns about patient welfare and working conditions.
Afghan and Australian human rights groups say the federal government must act quickly on the report into alleged war crimes.
19 current or former soldiers are facing possible prosecution after a report identified credible information about 39 unlawful killings in Afghanistan.
An Australian doctor is warning hundreds of thousands of people are at risk of dying from starvation in Ethiopia.
Drought, floods and locust plagues have left areas of the country critically short of food.
It comes fighting intensifies in the country’s northern Tigray region.
There’s a renewed push for people to use their superannuation to help drive home ownership.
The review into retirement incomes will be released by the federal government later this morning
Residents in Northern Sydney are being warned to expect some smoke in the area due to a hazard reduction burn today.
The Rural Fire Service says smoke haze may be seen in Terrey Hills, Belrose and further south.