Update: Three-Year-Old Missing Boy Found in Hunter Region [Headlines] – Hope 103.2

Update: Three-Year-Old Missing Boy Found in Hunter Region [Headlines]

Police have searched two dams and seized a ute, after the mother raised concerns that AJ had been been abducted. And other top stories.

By Hope NewsroomMonday 6 Sep 2021News

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

Update: September 7: Missing Boy Found

Hundreds of people are continuing to scour steep and rugged terrain in the Hunter for a three-year-old boy who has been missing since Friday.

Police have searched two dams and seized a ute, after the mother raised concerns that AJ had been been abducted.

Extra staff are being trained up to work in hospital intensive care units to cope with increasing COVID cases.

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian is due to unveil a reorganisation of hospitals to handle COVID patients over the next two months.

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Bus drivers in western and south-western Sydney have walked off the job for two-hours, as they demand more COVID screening.

They want rapid antigen testing to be available at all bus depots across the city to minimise the risk of transport staff being exposed to the virus.

A vaccination blitz for education workers is beginning today at Qudos vaccination hub in Homebush.

Thousands of doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine have been set aside – all pre-school and school staff have to be fully vaccinated by November 8.

An extra 450,000 Pfizer COVID vaccines have arrived in Sydney on two separate flights from London.

A car has crashed through a concrete barrier and plunged down an embankment into bush in Sydney’s north-west.

The crash has happened on Renown Road at Baulkham Hills, just south of the Sports Club.

New South Wales Fire and Rescue Superintended Scott Dodson said paramedics have been treating the driver inside the vehicle.

Politicians, business leaders and advocates will join forces at this year’s National Women’s Safety Summit, starting today.

The two-day virtual event will seek to address issues such as domestic violence, financial abuse and coercive control.

Australia’s Tokyo Paralympics campaign has ended with a total of 80 medals.