By Hope NewsroomThursday 8 Oct 2020
Today’s headlines from the Hope News team
The Queensland Government is being accused of making up rules on the run, to keep the border with New South Wales closed.
NSW Health Authorities have been given less than 48 hours to find the source of three mystery coronavirus cases in Sydney, or the 28 day benchmark to re-open the border will be reset.
Donald Trump’s top doctor says the President has now been Covid symptom free for more than 24 hours following his diagnosis last Friday.
The update on his health comes as US Vice President Mike Pence and Democratic Vice Presidential Nominee Kamala Harris prepare to face off in their only debate to be held later this morning.
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The Federal Opposition Leader will use his first budget reply speech to outline his vision to help Australia recover from the pandemic.
Labor says they would invest half a billion dollars in social housing if they were in government.
A report shows a major decline in screening tests for common cancers during the pandemic.
1,100 mammograms were performed in April, down on 70,000 the month before.
Two Islamic State suspects have been charged in the United States, over the killings of four American hostages in Syria – including two aid workers.
New research shows some boys are consuming their first alcoholic drink at the age of 10.
The Australian Institute of Family Studies study has found one fifth of males aged between 10 to 14 have consumed alcohol, and are drinking regularly by the time they are 17.
The Royal Australian Mint is releasing 30,000 coins to celebrate the anniversaries of six iconic AC/DC albums.