The Federal Government will no longer set targets for the COVID-19 vaccine rollout.
Frontline health and hotel quarantine workers under the age of 50 can once again have the AstraZeneca COVID vaccine if it’s believed to be a benefit.
Christian Democratic Party (CDP) founder, the Reverend Honourable Fred Nile MLC today announced that after 40 years in the NSW Parliament, he will retire this November from the Legislative Council.
Former Managing Director of the Australian Christian Lobby Lyle Shelton will be his successor subject to the agreement of the CDP’s State Council.
“It has been the privilege of my life to represent Christ’s values in the NSW Parliament on behalf of the citizens of this great State,” Reverend Nile said.
A privilege & honour to be asked to succeed the Rev Hon Fred Nile MLC. He has been a courageous & often lone voice for Christ’s values in Australian politics over 40 years. Never before has the Christian voice been more needed in public life. #nswpol https://t.co/gdmPT4qFcx pic.twitter.com/qAQKo0PFRX
— Lyle Shelton (@LyleShelton) April 11, 2021
A man has suffered critical head injuries after being hit by a car at Yagoona early this morning.
Meanwhile, a man has died after being hit by a car at Petersham last night.
The Police Commissioner has apologised over the deaths of two children at the hands of their father in Sydney’s north-west in July 2018.
Mick Fuller says the systems, processes and people let Jack and Jennifer Edwards, and their mother, Olga, down.
Tropical Cyclone Seroja is leaving a trail of destruction across Western Australia.
The system crossed the coast as a category three storm south of Kalbarri, and is now making its way inland as a category two.
Prince Harry has touched down in London, ahead of Prince Philip’s funeral this weekend.
Members of the royal family said the Queen is putting everybody before herself following her husband’s death.
The Transport Workers Union is taking Qantas to Federal Court today.
The Union has accused Qantas of acting out of spite when it outsourced the jobs of more than 2000 ground handlers as part of a cost-cutting drive in response to the COVID-19 crisis.
The rights of delivery riders and rideshare drivers will be tested today when a Senate inquiry gets underway.
The Senate Committee is probing the actions of gig economy companies such as Uber and Deliveroo.
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