By Hope NewsroomTuesday 24 Nov 2020
Today’s headlines from the Hope News team
The World Health Organization is welcoming positive results from a number of COVID-19 vaccines in development.
AstraZeneca says its vaccine being developed with Oxford University can be up to 90 per cent effective.
The Qantas boss says international passengers will need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 to fly with the airline when overseas travel resumes.
There have been no new locally acquired cases of COVID-19 in New South Wales for a seventeenth day.
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While Victoria has no active cases of coronavirus for the first time since February.
The Premier says she didn’t take any “extra precautions” after being tested for coronavirus last week.
Gladys Berejiklian was tested for COVID-19 after losing her voice, but says she never had any symptoms.
The Transport Minister says he will make an announcement on the future of the Freshwater class ferries by the end of the week.
The iconic yellow and green ferries are due to be retired next year – but the plan has been met with public backlash.
A second food delivery rider has died on Sydney roads in three days.
The cyclist was hit by a truck at Redfern last night.
A 14-year-old boy will face the Children’s court, charged with stabbing another student at their Parramatta high school yesterday.
Health workers and other frontline staff have again topped the list of the most trusted professions in Australia.
Firefighters enjoy the highest level of support in the annual Ethics Index, followed by paramedics and doctors.