Today’s headlines from the Hope News team
The South Australian border will remain open despite the Premier urging New South Wales residents to delay non-essential travel to the State.
Gladys Berejiklian says precautions should be taken to stop a coronavirus outbreak in South Australia from spreading.
Ms Berejiklian has tested negative to COVID-19, after losing her voice.
New South Wales has recorded an 11th consecutive without any locally acquired cases of coronavirus.
Federal police are raiding a number of properties across Sydney – believed to be targeting officials of the Construction, Forestry, Maritime, Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU).
Police say a Trade Union Task Force investigation has resulted in the execution of search warrants.
A new survey shows four in 10 people aged between 15 and 19 years felt stressed either all of the time or most of the time.
That was heightened by COVID-19.
The United Nations says a full-scale humanitarian disaster is unfolding in Ethiopia.
Hundreds of people reportedly have died in nearly two weeks of clashes between rebels in the Tigray region and the federal army.
The US is to cut its number of troops in Afghanistan and Iraq by 2500.
The Pentagon says the withdrawal will take place before President Trump leaves office.
Researchers are issuing a fresh warning about the impact of artificial light on our sleep.
A study shows lighting in the average Australian home is so bright it suppresses melatonin levels by almost 50 per cent.
In rugby league, New South Wales’ State of Origin team is flying to Brisbane this morning ahead of tonight’s decider.
Blues coach Brad Fittler says he’s full of confidence and his players are in good spirits.