Commuters Urged to Avoid Sydney Trains Today as Workers Go On Strike [Headlines] – Hope 103.2

Commuters Urged to Avoid Sydney Trains Today as Workers Go On Strike [Headlines]

Only 30 per cent of services are in operation. Buses are being deployed to meet demand. And other top stories.

By Hope NewsroomWednesday 20 Oct 2021NewsReading Time: 1 minute

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

Commuters are being urged to avoid Sydney trains, as workers go on strike.

Only 30 per cent of services are in operation.

Buses are being deployed to meet demand.

A train has derailed after colliding with an abandoned car at a level crossing in Wollongong.

The driver and four passengers suffered minor injuries.

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Victoria is now open to travellers from New South Wales.

People crossing the border still need a permit – and those who aren’t vaccinated need to quarantine for two weeks.

As other states start to open to New South Wales, the Government is hoping to keep people holidaying here.

All adults will get a $50 voucher to spend on accommodation anywhere in the State.

Live theatre has returned to Sydney, marking another sign the city is coming back to life after lockdown.

Hamilton returned to the stage last night.

Audience capacity at the Lyric Theatre is 75 per cent, and ticket holders must be fully vaccinated.

Cabinet will meet to discuss Australia’s plan to reduce emissions, even though the Nationals are not yet on board.

Former Premier Mike Baird will be questioned by the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) as it continues its investigation into his successor Gladys Berejiklian.

The parents of a missing child in Western Australia are pleading for information on their little girl.

Four-year-old Cleo Smith vanished from the family’s tent at the Blowholes campsite, early Saturday.