Today’s headlines from the Hope News team
Victoria has recorded its lowest number of coronavirus cases in three months.
There were 11 new cases of COVID-19 reported today — two more people have died.
Contact tracers are working hard to find those who may have been affected by a Sydney taxi driver, who worked nine shifts while infected with COVID-19.
He picked up passengers around the west and south-western suburbs.
Port Macquarie MP Leslie Williams says she has been welcomed into the Liberal Party after defecting from the Nationals.
She resigned from the party over its handling of the koala protection legislation, which threatened to split the coalition.
Police are warning international students over a scam after another person was caught up in a “virtual kidnapping”.
The 18-year-old HSC student was reported missing earlier this month, and pictures that appeared to show she was being held for ransom were sent to her family in China.
She has been found safe and well.
Leaked documents reveal major failings in the global fight against international money laundering.
The documents obtained by a network of global journalists reveal major global banks have been doing business with high-risk customers for years.
In golf, American Bryson DeChambeau has claimed his first major championship by winning the US Open in New York.