Today’s headlines from the Hope News team
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian says she is “doing OK” as she faces opposition calls for her resignation.
Senior Liberal ministers are supporting the Premier despite revelations she had a personal relationship with former MP Daryl Maguire, who is under investigation for corruption.
Labor Leader Jodi Mckay says she intends to launch a vote of no confidence in the premier when Parliament resumes.
Victoria has recorded 12 new cases of coronavirus infections in the past 24 hours.
One person has died.
A health alert has been issued for a takeaway food shop and a medical centre in Sydney’s southwest after two GPs tested positive for coronavirus.
Anyone who was at the A2Z Medical Clinic at Lakemba between September 25 and October 10 needs to get tested, and isolate for 14 days.
A warning has also been issued for nearby Ali Dine Inn & Take Away.
Tourism Australia has launched a new push to encourage people to take a domestic holiday this summer.
The tourism sector has suffered as a result of the COVID-led downturn.
US President Trump is back on the campaign trail – 10 days after being diagnosed with COVID-19.
The President will attend a rally in Florida today.
NSW Attorney General has announced a public inquiry to examine calls to criminalise coercive tactics used by domestic violence perpetrators.
Facebook says it will ban any content that denies or distorts the Holocaust, in an update to its policy on hate speech.
The social media giant says its responding to rise in anti-Semitism globally and what it calls an alarming level of ignorance about the Holocaust.