NSW Premier has Flagged Increasing Quarantine Capacity Requires Federally-Run Facility [Headlines] – Hope 103.2

NSW Premier has Flagged Increasing Quarantine Capacity Requires Federally-Run Facility [Headlines]

Gladys Berejiklian said NSW is already playing its part and taking in 5000 people at a time through hotel quarantine. And other top news.

By Hope NewsroomMonday 7 Jun 2021NewsReading Time: 2 minutes

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

Victorians have been hit with a blow this morning – nine new cases of locally acquired COVID-19 have been reported.

That is on top of two cases found yesterday in an aged care home in Melbourne.

The Premier said if the Federal Government wants to increase quarantine capacity in New South Wales, the facility would have to be federally-run.

Gladys Berejiklian said the State is already playing its part and taking in 5000 people at a time through hotel quarantine.

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NSW’s population is forecast to grow to more than 11 million in the next 40 years.

A snapshot into what New South Wales will look like in the next four decades is being released today in a bid to help the Government plan for the future.

The British Royal Family said it’s delighted with the news that Prince Harry and Meghan Markel have welcomed a baby girl.

The Duchess of Sussex gave birth to Lilibet “Lili” Diana Mountbatten-Windsor at a hospital in Santa Barbara, California on Friday.

A new two-lane bridge across the Hawkesbury River will built as part of efforts to ease congestion.

The bridge and Richmond by-pass will receive $500 million in federal and state government funding.

Temperatures in Sydney are forecast to fall five degrees below the average later this week, as polar air from Antarctica moves across the state.

The strong cold front is due to start making its impact felt from tomorrow.

The temperature in Camden overnight fell below one degree.

A British study has found children on vegan diets are shorter on average than those who eat meat.

Their bones were also weaker.