NSW Premier to Argue Against Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill in Parliament Today [Headlines] – Hope 103.2

NSW Premier to Argue Against Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill in Parliament Today [Headlines]

The Premier will be the first government MP to respond to the assisted dying bill, with debate to begin this morning.

By Hope NewsroomFriday 12 Nov 2021NewsReading Time: 1 minute

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

The Premier will be the first government MP to respond to the assisted dying bill, with debate to begin this morning.

Independent MP Alex Greenwich has introduced a private members bill which would allow voluntary assisted dying for the terminally ill.

Authorities are keeping a close eye on rising river levels in the state’s north with more heavy rain on the way.

The State Emergency Service has received more than 300 calls for help in the Lismore, Moree and Coffs Harbour areas.

Ten people have been rescued from flood waters.

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Alleged drug smuggler Mostafa Baluch will face court today, charged with an outstanding arrest warrant.

Under tight security, the 33 year old was extradited to Sydney last night following his recapture on Wednesday.

An extra $33 million will be invested into Australian-made food and beverage companies.

Funding to be announced by Prime Minister Scott Morrison later today, It is part of the federal government’s Modern Manufacturing Initiative.

This morning, TV legend Bert Newton will be farewelled at a state funeral in Melbourne.

The Catholic service at St Patrick’s Cathedral will be televised on screens at Federation Square and live-streamed.

The head of the United Nations admits that the Glasgow climate summit, will most likely fail to reach strong enough commitments.

Antonio Guterres says the goal of limiting global warming to 1.5 °C is on “life support”.