Perth Buildings Blue in Honour of the Police Who Rescued Cleo Smith [Headlines] – Hope 103.2

Perth Buildings Blue in Honour of the Police Who Rescued Cleo Smith [Headlines]

The four-year-old was found alive in a house in Canarvon yesterday, 18 days after going missing from a remote campsite in Western Australia.

By Hope NewsroomThursday 4 Nov 2021NewsReading Time: 2 minutes

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

Buildings across Perth have been lit up blue in honour of the police who rescued Cleo Smith.

The four-year-old was found alive in a house in Canarvon yesterday, 18 days after going missing from a remote campsite in Western Australia.

A man has been charged with murder over a fatal home invasion on the Central Coast.

A 70-year-old man died in hospital after being attacked with a baseball bat inside his Chittaway Bay home on Tuesday night.

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The competition watchdog is warning the nation’s economic recovery is being put at risk by supply chain issues and delays at ports.

The ACCC is preparing a report which shows the average waiting time for ships at Port Botany almost doubled in the space of a year.

The winner of the Prime Minister’s Prize for Science is being praised for saving countless lives during the pandemic.

Professor Edward Holmes publicly shared the genome sequence of the COVID-19 virus, enabling scientists to begin designing a vaccine.

Meanwhile, An oncologist has taken out this year’s prize for Life Scientist of the Year.

Professor Sherene Loi’s research led to a bio-marker for breast cancer, which is now routinely used in pathology reporting around the world.

Greater Sydney will be given new playing areas and swimming spots with a $50 million investment into open spaces.

The funding will target rivers around Sydney to create new spots to take a dip, trails to have a stroll or a bike ride, and parks to play.

The Premier is expected to be grilled on road tolls, privatisation and the COVID recovery plan when he appears before a parliamentary hearing.

Hazard reduction burns will take place in the Georges River National Park in Padstow today.

Local residents with asthma and other respiratory issues are being advised to stay indoors.