By Hope NewsroomFriday 11 Sep 2020
Today’s headlines from the Hope News team
A National Party meeting is underway which will determine the future of the Coalition-State Government.
The Premier has given the Nationals a 9am deadline to withdraw their threat to move to the cross bench, or be sacked as ministers.
The Nationals are angry over laws designed to protect koala habitats, which they say limit farmer’s use of their land.
Australians are banding together to try and reunite a dying Queensland man with his four children who are in New South Wales.
The Queensland government has granted the children a border exemption, but they must quarantine in a hotel for two weeks at a cost of $16,000.
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Low-cost Tigerair has officially shut down after almost 13 years flying over Australia’s skies.
Customers who have travel credit with Tigerair will be able to put it towards flights operated by Virgin Australia.
The boss of Qatar Airways is warning the airline may have to withdraw flights to Australia if passenger caps aren’t relaxed.
Family and friends of a missing Australian man are calling on governments and business groups to keep searching for him and the other crew from a livestock ship that’s disappeared off the coast of Japan.
Seven people have been killed in wildfires burning on the United States’ west coast – hundreds of homes have been destroyed.
600 litres of liquid methamphetamine have been found hidden in cans of coconut milk shipped from Thailand to Sydney.
A study has found it might be possible to prevent Alzheimer’s Disease, for those already experiencing cognitive decline.
The Australian National University (ANU) researchers found brain training and a Mediterranean diet reduced the risk of dementia.