By Hope NewsroomMonday 16 Nov 2020
Today’s headlines from the Hope News team
South Australian health officials say a very serious situation is developing in the State, where a coronavirus cluster has risen to 17 cases.
A hotel quarantine worker has infected family members along with two other contacts.
The World Health Organization has registered the highest number of COVID-19 cases in a single day.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is self-isolating after coming into contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19.
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Catholic protesters have taken to the streets across France to demand the lifting of a ban on religious services as part of lockdown measures to stop the spread of coronavirus.
Unemployed women across NSW will have access to grants of up to $5000 to help them return to the workforce.
There will be $10 million for the program set aside in tomorrow’s budget.
The New South Wales Government is being accused of overpaying for a parcel of land to develop it into a tram depot.
The Herald reports the contaminated land near Parramatta was bought for three times what it was worth.
Firefighters are on alert as temperatures soar.
Penrith is forecast to reach 41C degrees today, while the city is expecting a top of 33C.
A new state-of-the-art facility is being built in Australia to manufacture vaccines locally.
The Federal Government has reached a one-point-eight billion dollar agreement with a pharmaceutical company.
It will secure the county’s long-term supply of influenza vaccines and antivenoms.
A man has been killed in a stabbing in Sydney’s west.
The 49-year-old was found with multiple stab wounds outside a Toongabbie home last night.