Leaders from Around the World have Gathered in Glasgow [Headlines] – Hope 103.2

Leaders from Around the World have Gathered in Glasgow [Headlines]

The Queen has urged world leaders to achieve true statesmanship in creating a safer and more stable future for the world. And more top news.

By Hope NewsroomTuesday 2 Nov 2021NewsReading Time: 2 minutes

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

The Queen has urged world leaders to achieve true statesmanship in creating a safer and more stable future for the world.

US President Joe Biden has told the global climate summit in Glasgow the fight against global warming is a moral imperative, but also offers incredible opportunities for world economies.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson described global warming as “a doomsday device” strapped to humanity.

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said humans are “digging our own graves”.

India’s Prime Minister revealed his country would aim for zero carbon emissions by 2070.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has made a $2 billion commitment towards climate action at the UN climate summit in Glasgow.

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Mr Morrison also insists he made it clear to the French president that the submarine deal was in doubt, as he refutes a claim he lied.

Plans to ease COVID restrictions for fully vaccinated people could be confirmed as early as today.

However, those who are unvaccinated could miss out. The date they are given the same rights could be pushed back until the vaccination rate reaches 95 per cent.

The Federal Government has accepted all 38 recommendations of a review of COVID outbreaks in aged care facilities.

Under flagged changes, shared rooms and bathrooms in nursing homes could be phased out, new ventilation guidelines adopted, administration strengthened, and better records kept during an outbreak.

Eight people, including four children, have escaped unhurt when the house they were in was shot at in Sydney’s west.

The NSW Government has revealed a new strategy including plans to build almost 6000 new homes in the Rhodes and Wilton areas.

A new study shows rates of youth-onset type-two diabetes in Indigenous children in Northern Australia are at least 10 times higher than previously thought.

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