By Hope NewsroomMonday 14 Sep 2020
Today’s headlines from the Hope News team
Businesses will be able to open longer, and restrictions around live music will be eased, under a plan to revitalise Sydney’s night-time economy.
The State Government will unveil its 24-Hour Economy Strategy today.
Seven people have died in Victoria in the past 24 hours, while the State has recorded 35 more coronavirus cases.
The World Health Organization has reported the highest number of daily cases of COVID-19 since the pandemic began.
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Yesterday, 308,000 people tested positive.
The biggest increases were from India, the United States and Brazil.
Nationals leader John Barilaro says he won’t be forced out by Liberal Ministers, as he faces pressure over his handling of the koala dispute.
Mr Barilaro says he’ll be in cabinet this week, and anyone who doesn’t like it is welcome to leave.
The Federal Government says a 1000 jobs will be created, as part of a move to improve Australia’s fuel security.
They will set aside $200 million in next month’s federal budget to build a new diesel storage facility.
Overseas, strong winds are threatening to spread devastating wildfires throughout the United State’s west coast.
On the other side of the country, billionaire Mike Bloomberg has pledged more than $100 million to help Democrat Joe Biden’s presidential campaign in Florida.
It comes after President Donald Trump hinted he would spend his own money to try to win the key state.
Dominic Thiem has taken the third set in the men’s US Open tennis final 6-4, after Alexander Zverev won the opening two sets.
England has defeated Australia by 24 runs in the second one-day cricket international.