Victoria Records No New COVID-19 Deaths Overnight [Headlines] – Hope 103.2

Victoria Records No New COVID-19 Deaths Overnight [Headlines]

Victoria has recorded its first day of no COVID-19 related deaths since July. There were 42 more infections confirmed. And more top stories.

By Hope NewsroomTuesday 15 Sep 2020

Today’s headlines from the Hope News team

Victoria has recorded its first day of no COVID-19 related deaths since July.

There were 42 more infections confirmed.

NSW Liberal and National party MPs are holding a joint party room meeting this morning, the first since the near implosion of the Coalition Government last week.

Labor leader Jodi McKay says she will launch a motion of no confidence in Deputy Premier John Barilaro.

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The operators of Anglicare Newmarch House aged care facility in Sydney’s west say they are relieved after yesterday’s announcement of a positive COVID-19 test in a resident has now been confirmed as negative.

The South Australian Government is considering opening its borders to New South Wales and the ACT.

The State’s transition committee is meeting this morning to consider whether travellers should be allowed to enter without going into hotel quarantine.

The next phase of the Federal Government’s JobMaker plan will be released today, with a push to develop more gas resources.

The cauldron at Sydney Olympic Park has been re-lit commemorating 20 years since the start of Sydney Olympic Games.

German doctors say the poisoned Russian opposition figure, Alexei Navalny, is no longer on a ventilator and can leave his hospital bed.

US President Donald Trump has visited fire-ravaged California.

He contends forest management is key to controlling the blazes.

Collingwood will play in the AFL finals for a third season in a row.

Lewis Hamilton is being investigated for possibly breaking Formula One rules by wearing a t-shirt with an anti-racism slogan on it.

Lionel Messi remains the world’s richest soccer playing, earning $173 million this year.