More Coronavirus Restrictions Eased Across New South Wales Today [Headlines] – Hope 103.2

More Coronavirus Restrictions Eased Across New South Wales Today [Headlines]

NSW covid-19 restrictions ease - 50 guests can visit a home, 30 people can dance at weddings, and cinemas can operate at full capacity.

By Hope NewsroomFriday 26 Feb 2021News

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

Remains of missing Sydney woman, Melissa Caddick, have been found on a South Coast beach.

The 49 year old vanished from her Dover Heights home in November after allegedly stealing millions of dollars from investors, including friends and family.

Police say exactly how she disappeared remains a mystery.

More coronavirus restrictions have eased today in New South Wales.

50 guests can visit a home, 30 people can dance at weddings, and cinemas can operate at full capacity.

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Singing is allowed in churches if everyone is wearing a face mask and the more restrictive, four-square metre rule will apply.

The coronavirus pandemic has seen Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions drop to their lowest level in 25 years.

Reduced domestic flights, and fewer cars on the road due to lockdown, are believed to be big contributors as well as a rise in renewables.

The number of teenagers going to emergency departments because of self harm has jumped more than 25%

More than 12,000  people aged 12 – 17 years old went to hospital for treatment after self harming last year.

The Aged Care Royal Commission is due to deliver its long-awaited final report to the Governor-General today.

The two year long inquiry heard harrowing tales of neglect.

The findings won’t be made public until the federal government tables it in parliament, which is likely to happen next week.

Australian news is back on Facebook after the social media giant agreed to reverse a block on Australian content.