NSW's COVID-19 Vaccinations Roll-Out Date Expected To Be Confirmed This Morning [Headlines] – Hope 103.2

NSW’s COVID-19 Vaccinations Roll-Out Date Expected To Be Confirmed This Morning [Headlines]

Health officials are aiming to inoculate all quarantine workers within three weeks. And other top stories.

By Hope NewsroomWednesday 17 Feb 2021

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

Premier Gladys Berejiklian is holding a crisis Cabinet meeting this morning to finalise the NSW’s coronavirus vaccine rollout plan.

Health officials are aiming to inoculate all quarantine workers within three weeks.

Fewer than 70 per cent of Australians say they will definitely get the coronavirus vaccine when it’s available.

Research commissioned by the Health Department has found nine per cent say they definitely won’t get vaccinated.

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Businesses are being encouraged to de-centralise.

The NSW Government is providing a new “concierge service” to help companies move headquarters to regional areas.

The New South Wales Greens want to legalise the personal use of cannabis in the State, but with certain regulations.

The bill allowing people to grow their own cannabis plants at home will be introduced into the Upper House today.

Senators reportedly have been privately investigating an alleged rape in Federal Parliament two years ago.

There are questions around who knew about the allegations, after the Prime Minister claimed he only found out on Monday.

The owner of a Sydney funeral home is promising mistakes will never be made again – after two families farewelled the wrong loved one.

The mistake was discovered during a funeral service in Bankstown last week.

A woman has been charged after being caught driving allegedly almost seven times over the legal alcohol limit in Sydney’s south west.

Witnesses called police after seeing a sedan swerving across traffic in Padstow last night.

The oldest skink fossil ever found in Australia, is believed to be a 25 million-year-old ancestor of the blue-tongue lizard.

The species has been dug up in a large inland salt lake in South Australia.