NSW Premier: Economic Support for Small- to Medium-Sized Businesses [Headlines] – Hope 103.2

NSW Premier: Economic Support for Small- to Medium-Sized Businesses [Headlines]

Also, NSW State Parliament will, today, sit for the first time since the end of June, with Premier Dominic Perrottet leading Question Time for the first time since taking over from Gladys Berejiklian.

By Hope NewsroomTuesday 12 Oct 2021News

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

NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet has announced economic support for small- to medium-sized businesses.

They will be able to claim up to $2000 worth of government fees and charges.

They will also be able to claim grants to compensate for loss of perishable stock.

NSW State Parliament will, today, sit for the first time since the end of June.

Premier Dominic Perrottet will lead the Government in Question Time for the first time since taking over from Gladys Berejiklian.

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Independent MP Alex Greenwich said he intends to reveal all 30 co-sponsors of his assisted dying bill as parliament resumes today.

MPs are expected to be given a conscience vote on the issue.

Families, schools and doctors will be given new advice on how to identify mental health issues in children.

A new national strategy is being launched, aimed at stopping children getting to a stage where they need specialised help.

Prince Charles has warned Scott Morrison that next month’s global climate conference will be “a last chance saloon” to take action, after being told the prime minister might not go.

The Queen, the Pope, US President Joe Biden and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson will attend.

Two 17-year-old boys have been charged over the death of 14 kangaroos on the South Coast.

The animals were found dead near Batemans Bay over the weekend.

Facebook is set to introduce a new mantra – “more friends, less politics”.

The new slogan plans to reduce the amount of political content on people’s feeds, focusing instead on content from friends.

Danish toymaker Lego is pledging to remove gender bias from its toys.

It said it wants to make its products more inclusive so that children’s ambitions are not limited by gender