Today’s headlines from the Hope News team
Families and loved ones from both sides of the country are reuniting today after Western Australia re-opened to people from New South Wales and Victoria.
Western Australia’s Premier Mark McGowan made the decision after no local COVID-19 cases emerged in Sydney following the infection of a hotel worker.
The United States is seeing close to 200,000 new coronavirus infections a day.
New stay-at-home orders have come into effect in the state of California.
A sixth Australian beef supplier has been suspended by China, as trade tensions between the two countries show no sign of easing.
Beijing has not provided a reason for its decision.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is urging governments and businesses to make sure they are prepared for a wide-scale cyber attack.
The IMF says a major attack targeting financial institutions could trigger an economic collapse similar to the coronavirus recession or global financial crisis.
The Federal Government is pushing for greater flexibility for part-time workers, as part of proposed changes to Industrial Relations laws.
The Government says it believes businesses would offer part-time staff extra hours, if they could pay the usual rate, rather than overtime.
A deputy school principal from the Hills District has been charged with online child exploitation offences after an investigation by Strike Force detectives.
Police will allege the man thought he was speaking to a 14-year-old girl when he engaged in explicit conversations.
A fierce bushfire on Queensland’s Fraser Island is heading towards the Kingfisher Bay Resort.
Emergency warnings for other parts of the island have been downgraded overnight.
Breakdancing has officially been added as an Olympic sport for the 2024 Paris Games.
The International Olympic Committee is seeking to attract a younger audience.