By Hope NewsroomThursday 19 Nov 2020
Today’s headlines from the Hope News team
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has expressed his deepest sorrow to Afghanistan’s president by phone, ahead of the release of a report into the behaviour of Australian soldiers.
The findings of a four-year investigation into the conduct of special forces in Afghanistan will be made public this morning.
South Australia’s Premier says he is certain the State will get on top of a coronavirus outbreak in Adelaide.
A six-day lockdown has begun.
Residents must stay at home unless they’re essential workers.
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American pharmaceutical company Pfizer says the final analysis of its coronavirus vaccine shows it is 95 per cent effective and has no serious side effects.
A Chinese diplomat in Canberra has unleashed an attack on more than a dozen Federal Government decisions.
A deliberately-leaked document accuses the Australian government of poisoning bilateral relations.
Workers at Coles’ largest warehouse in New South Wales have gone on strike.
The Union says the rolling 24-hour stoppages over jobs and benefits could threaten supplies in the lead up to the busy Christmas season.
Gambling reform groups are welcoming the decision to ban Crown from opening its new Sydney casino next month.
NSW’s gambling regulator has found allowing gambling at the venue would pose ‘unacceptable risks’, after the company admitted money laundering had likely occurred.
Four people have been charged after 5kg of the drug ice and designer goods were seized in Sydney’s south-west
Warning signs for mobile speed cameras will be phased out in a bid to get drivers to slow down.
Warnings for fixed speed cameras will remain in place.
National Australia Bank branches will re-open as normal this morning after a hoax threat yesterday forced hundreds of branches and ATMs to be closed.
New South Wales has fallen short of a third straight State of Origin series victory.
They were defeated 20–14 by Queensland in last night’s decider.