Today’s headlines from the Hope News team
Victoria is reporting a second consecutive day with no coronavirus deaths.
The state has reported 11 new infections in the past 24 hours.
Sydney residents are now free to travel to the Top End.
The Northern Territory has lifted its coronavirus hotspot declaration for the harbour city.
Meantime, another inner Sydney restaurant has been added to an expanding list of coronavirus health alerts after the state recorded eight locally acquired infections yesterday.
Labor is promising to modernise the electricity network, to make the nation a renewable energy superpower, if it wins the next election.
The 20-billion-dollar plan was announced in Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese’s budget reply speech last night. He also outlined a six billion dollar plan to subsidise childcare by up to 90 per cent.
The number of people looking to quite smoking has risen during the coronavirus pandemic.
The I-Can-Quit website has seen an increase of 73 per cent in visitors, while the Quitline has received 16 per cent more calls between March and June.
The next presidential debate is up in the air, with President Donald Trump refusing to take part if it’s held virtually.
Organisers have changed the format due to concerns about the spread of coronavirus.
The FBI says its foiled a plot to overthrow Michigan State Government and kidnap the governor, Gretchen Whitmer
Polish Teenager Iga Świątek has continued to her amazing run at the French Open – making it to the final after defeating Nadia Podoroska 6-2, 6-1.
The 19 year-old is the first Polish woman in 81 years to make the championship final in Paris.