NSW Government Introducing 20 New Courses Next Year In Overhaul Of School Curriculum [Headlines] – Hope 103.2

NSW Government Introducing 20 New Courses Next Year In Overhaul Of School Curriculum [Headlines]

Real estate, robotics and cyber security are among the courses to be rolled out online by next year. And other top stories.

By Hope NewsroomTuesday 16 Feb 2021News

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

The State Government will introduce another 20 vocational education courses in high schools in a bid to fast-track students through TAFE.

Real estate, robotics and cyber security are among the courses to be rolled out online by next year.

The West Australian border with New South Wales is now open.

As long as people from New South Wales aren’t feeling sick and they haven’t been to Victoria, they’re now allowed to cross into WA without going into quarantine.

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The World Health Organization has approved the AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine for emergency use.

It means the relatively cheap jab will be more accessible for poorer countries.

The NSW State Labor leader says suggestions she supported a convicted paedophile’s bid to stay in the country are incorrect, and offensive.

Jodi McKay’s office provided a cover letter, attached to some local organisations’ application to help the man get a bridging visa – it was denied on character grounds.

A Tamil family’s long running legal battle to stay in Australia will come to an end this morning.

The full bench of the Federal Court is due to hand down its decision.

Detectives from the Criminal Groups Squad are searching two men, responsible for a shooting in western Sydney.

A nurse at nearby Auburn Hospital suffered minor injuries when stray bullet shattered a window at the hospital.

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The Disability Royal Commission will this week examine the over-representation of people with cognitive impairments in prisons, particularly Indigenous Australians.

World number one Ash Barty is yet to drop a set for the Australian Open tennis last night, advancing to the quarter finals with a win over American Shelby Rogers.