Today’s headlines from the Hope News team
The source of a Sydney hotel quarantine worker’s coronavirus infection is expected to be known within hours.
Doctors are trying to determine if she has an overseas stain of the virus or a local variation.
The number of people who have lost their lives to COVID-19 has passed 1.5 million, as the speed of infection accelerates.
On average, one coronavirus death is reported every nine seconds.
Health officials are using Opal card data to notify anyone who was on the same public transport as the woman.
Facebook has announced it will start removing false claims about coronavirus vaccines.
The Education Department has announced plans to monitor students for five years after they finish High School.
The data will help schools strategically use their resources to support students in studies and work after school.
A 70-year-old man is in a critical condition after being stabbed at a home in Croydon, in the Inner West last night.
A 65-year-old woman was also found injured in the backyard, she is in a stable condition.
The Australian Workers Union is calling for a royal commission into conditions for fruit pickers.
An investigation has found some backpackers working on farms on the NSW’s north coast are paid as little as $3 an hour.
A new study shows women are more likely to want to keep working from home, as more people return to the workplace during the pandemic.
Melbourne University research has found men are more likely to want to get back to the office than women.