Cold Front Moving Across NSW Bringing Snow to Blue Mountains and Central West [Headlines] – Hope 103.2

Cold Front Moving Across NSW Bringing Snow to Blue Mountains and Central West [Headlines]

A top of 11C is forecast for the city, 10C in the west. Also, health alerts issued for 11 venues in Dubbo, Moree, Forbes and Gillenbah.

By Hope NewsroomThursday 10 Jun 2021News

Today’s headlines from the Hope News team. You can listen to hourly bulletin updates at hopenews.com.au.

Health alerts have been issued for 11 venues in Dubbo, Moree, Forbes and Gillenbah, after a woman who travelled from Victoria to Queensland tested positive to COVID-19.

She and her husband left Melbourne during lockdown last week.

A cold front is moving across NSW, bringing snow to the Blue Mountains and Central West.

A top of 11C is forecast for the city, 10C in the west.

Wild weather lashed Victoria overnight, with strong winds bringing down trees and power lines.

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New South Wales Ambulance officers said they won’t put lives at risk during industrial action today.

Health Services Union (HSU) members are responding only to life threatening emergencies as they step up their fight over pay.

A woman has been shot dead in the Hunter after answering a knock at her front door last night.

A crime scene has been set up at the home in Stockton.

A man has been threatened with a shotgun during an attempted home invasion in Sydney’s west.

Police have been told an armed group tried to force their way into a Seven Hills home at about 9pm, last night, but eventually ran off.

The Prime Minister is on a week-long overseas trip, where he’ll attend a meeting in England with the leaders of the world’s top seven economies.

Scott Morrison’s first stop will be in Singapore, where he’ll hold talks with his counterpart on regional issues and a possible travel bubble.

Researchers are looking into whether uniforms are deterring girls from running around in the school playground.

A University of Newcastle study found 52 per cent of girls hit the recommendations for moderate to vigorous physical activity, compared with 70 per cent of boys.

And New South Wales has claimed an historic victory over Queensland in State of Origin Game One.

The Blues defeated the Maroons 50-6 in Townsville in the team’s biggest winning margin in the history of the rugby league series.