Nationals MPs Threaten To Move To The Cross Bench Over Koala Protection Laws [Headlines] – Hope 103.2

Nationals MPs Threaten To Move To The Cross Bench Over Koala Protection Laws [Headlines]

Several National MPs are threatening to move to the cross bench over the policy, which restricts the clearing of land. And more top stories.

By Hope NewsroomThursday 10 Sep 2020

Today’s headlines from the Hope News team

The future of the Coalition State Government will be on the line today, when Nationals MPs hold talks about koala protection laws.

Several National MPs are threatening to move to the cross bench over the policy, which restricts the clearing of land.

Seven more people have died of coronavirus in Victoria.

Another 51 people in Victoria have tested positive in the past day.

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A coronavirus alert has been issued for Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs Legion Club.

Two people with the virus visited the Waverley venue, on five days over the past two weeks.

US President Donald Trump says he wanted to show strength as a nation when he downplayed the risks of COVID-19.

The Democratic presidential candidate, Joe Biden, says Donald Trump lied to the American people.

Six Chinese nationals have been pushed out of Australia amid concerns they posed a security threat.

Two academics had their visas cancelled… and four Chinese journalists based in Australia have left after an ASIO investigation.

The revelations come just days after two Australian journalists were forced to leave China amid fears for their safety.

Thousands of migrants have been left without shelter after fires gutted their overcrowded camp on the Greek island of Lesbos.

Fires small towns in the United States’ Pacific Northwest have been destroyed as unprecedented wildfires sweep through the area.

Oregon is hardest hit, with nearly 100 extreme wildfires stoked by high winds and temperatures.

Parents are being encouraged to talk to their children about their mental health.

On World Suicide Prevention Day, the message is start a conversation with your loved ones to find out if they’re coping in a year marred by bushfires and coronavirus.