Today’s headlines from the Hope News team
The State Government has promised a review of mask use on public transport to appease bus drivers who were planning to strike next week.
The bus drivers will hold a stop-work meeting on Monday, instead.
State and territory governments are being urged to reach a consensus on border rules.
The issues around domestic border closures are expected to dominate discussions at National Cabinet.
A man has been charged over the murder of a nine-week-old baby boy in Sydney’s west earlier this year.
The baby died in hospital almost a month after being found unresponsive at an Auburn home.
The NSW education minister says tougher rules on inter-school sport are designed to help stop coronavirus disrupting HSC exams.
Additional restrictions have been brought in for schools this week including a ban on sport outside your local area.
People have until today to indicate whether they support amendments to the Anti-Discrimination Act.
The One Nation bill would make it illegal to discriminate on the basis of religion.
A prominent anti-corruption campaigner in Russia is unconscious in hospital after a suspected poisoning.
Alexei Navalny’s supporters believe something was put in his tea.