NSW Premier Will Meet With Mayors of 12 Sydney Hotspot LGAs [Headlines] – Hope 103.2

NSW Premier Will Meet With Mayors of 12 Sydney Hotspot LGAs [Headlines]

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian will meet with the mayors of 12 LGAs under toughest lockdown measures. And other top stories of the day.

By Hope NewsroomTuesday 14 Sep 2021News

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

Today, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian will meet with the mayors of the 12 “hotspot” local government areas under the toughest lockdowns.

There are also suggestions harsher restrictions should be enforced on a suburb basis, not entire local government areas.

Changes to the Public Health Order will allow Sydneysiders to leave their home for two new reasons.

Holsworthy MP Melanie Gibbons said L-plate drivers can now get back behind the wheel as long as they’re supervised by a driver who lives with them.

And libraries will soon be open for click-and-collect services.

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Yass Valley Council in NSW’s south has become the first regional area to be sent back into lockdown, just days after the restrictions lifted.

The Council will be subject to “stay at home” orders for at least two weeks after a positive case was detected.

The Catholic Church is accusing the NSW Government of walking away from a peace deal over cemetery management.

The Catholic Archbishop has written to the Premier, accusing the Property Minister of backing out on the agreement brokered with the Deputy Premier.

Advocates are calling on the NSW Government to bring into force the Modern Slavery Act.

It was passed by the parliament three years ago, but still hasn’t been proclaimed.

The Federal Government is being urged to invest the same amount in climate policy, as it does defence.

A new report by the Climate Council warns water insecurity and rising sea levels could lead to conflict in our region.

More than $1 billion US dollars in aid has been pledged for Afghanistan, following warnings from the United Nations of a looming catastrophe.

There are fears the country will run out of food and medical supplies by the end of the month.

The UN Human rights chief said gross human rights violations continue to be perpetrated by all sides in Ethiopia’s Tigray conflict, warning the country is under threat of being torn apart.