NSW Police Launching New Search for Missing Boy William Tyrrell [Headlines] – Hope 103.2

NSW Police Launching New Search for Missing Boy William Tyrrell [Headlines]

William Tyrrell, then aged three, was last seen at his foster grandmother's home at Kendall on the Mid-North Coast.

By Hope NewsroomMonday 15 Nov 2021NewsReading Time: 2 minutes

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

Police are launching a new search this morning for William Tyrrell who went missing seven years ago.

William Tyrrell, then aged three, was last seen at his foster grandmother’s home at Kendall on the Mid-North Coast.

Police are appealing for witnesses after shots were fired at a house in Bankstown, Sydney’s west last night.

Forbes residents in the state’s Central West are preparing to evacuate, as they monitor water levels on the Lachlan River.

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It is expected to peak at more than 10.5 metres tomorrow, following with days of heavy rain.

The federal government says Australia’s 2030 emissions reduction target is “fixed” and won’t be changed.

All nations are being urged to drastically cut greenhouse gasses over the next decade.

Australia will stick with its existing pledge to cut emissions by 28 per cent, arguing that it will still most likely beat that target.

Elective surgery at New South Wales’ private and public hospitals will resume at full capacity as further COVID-19 restrictions ease.

The state’s education authorities have unveiled the new English and Maths syllabuses for the youngest school students, describing it as a “major milestone” and a “game changer”.

The English syllabus will include a renewed focus on phonics, sentence structures and handwriting.

Australia has been crowned the new men’s T20 Cricket world champion, after defeating New Zealand by eight wickets in the World Cup final.

We are being urged to begin Christmas shopping now, or risk falling victim to supply issues and labour shortages.

Retailers are feeling the knock-on effects of the global shipping crisis coupled with staff shortages, due to a lack of international students.

Designer clothing and electronics are among the worst-hit items.