Missing Bushwalker Found Walking Along The M1 [Headlines] – Hope 103.2

Missing Bushwalker Found Walking Along The M1 [Headlines]

A woman has been found, safe and well, after spending the night lost in bushland in Sydney's north. And more top stories.

By Hope NewsroomTuesday 8 Sep 2020

Today’s headlines from the Hope News team

A woman has been found, safe and well, after spending the night lost in bushland in Sydney’s north.

Stella Low, 70, was found this morning walking along the M1 at Berowra.

Year 12 students are being given the chance to submit their ideas for COVIDSafe formals, before guidelines are released later this week.

The end-of-school celebrations have been given the green light to go ahead in New South Wales from mid November.

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Victoria’s extended lockdown is expected to hit GST revenue in New South Wales.

The Victorian measures are expected to wipe out $100 million in revenue in NSW.

The pricing regulator has capped council rate rises at two per cent next year.

A group of Australian women and children have been removed from a refugee camp in Syria.

The Telegraph reports four women and 10 children were taken to an unknown location in the middle of the night, after their tents were searched and torn down.

A British judge has rejected a request by Julian Assange’s lawyers to delay the WikiLeaks founder’s extradition hearing until next year.

He’s wanted in the US on spying charges.

Three large wildfires continue to burn in California as record-breaking heat lingers across large parts of the western United States.

We’re being told to expect smoke in parts of Sydney, as the Rural Fire Service makes the most of favourable conditions to carry out hazard reduction burns.