Melbournians Arriving in NSW Must Confirm They Have Not Visited Victoria's COVID Venues [Headlines] - Hope 103.2

Melbournians Arriving in NSW Must Confirm They Have Not Visited Victoria’s COVID Venues [Headlines]

Four people tested positive in Melbourne's north yesterday. Also, fog hangs over parts of Sydney this morning. And other top stories.

By Hope NewsroomTuesday 25 May 2021NewsReading Time: 2 minutes

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People arriving in New South Wales from Melbourne have to confirm they have not visited a venue linked to Victoria’s latest COVID-19 cluster.

Four people, all related, tested positive in Melbourne’s north yesterday.

Major reforms to sexual assault laws in New South Wales will see the state adopt an ”affirmative consent model”.

The Attorney General will this morning unveil changes to existing laws, requiring people to take active steps to obtain consent for sex.

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Fog is hanging over parts of Sydney this morning – impacting visibility on the roads.

It’s particularly heavy over the Hume Motorway in the south-west and over the M4 and M7 in the western suburbs.

Motorists are being encouraged to allow extra space between vehicles and switch headlights on.

Police are investigating a suspicious fire at a tattoo parlour in Sydney’s north-west.

The building on Windsor Road in Baulkham Hills was slightly damaged.

The European Union is promising tough action against Belarus for forcing the landing of a commercial flight and arresting a dissident journalist on board.

More than 210 people have been injured in the collision of two light rail trains in Malaysia’s capital.

Research shows avoiding snacking throughout the day can help us stay healthy for longer.

Eating too often throughout the day, even when choosing healthy foods, has been found to undermine resistance to chronic illness.

Gold rosary beads carried by Mary Queen of Scots to her execution more than 400 years ago – have been stolen from an English castle.

It’s among a number of Historic treasures worth close to $2 million that have been snatched from Arundel Castle.