Religious Discrimination Will Be Outlawed In New South Wales [Headlines] – Hope 103.2

Religious Discrimination Will Be Outlawed In New South Wales [Headlines]

The State's Attorney General Mark Speakman said the coalition will introduce a bill to add religion to NSW's anti-discrimination legislation.

By Hope NewsroomTuesday 7 Sep 2021News

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

Religious discrimination will be outlawed in New South Wales.

The State’s Attorney General Mark Speakman said the coalition will introduce a bill to add religion to NSW’s anti-discrimination legislation.

Intensive Care nurses across New South Wales are directly pleading to the Premier for help as COVID case numbers are expected to peak in the coming weeks.

Hundreds of nurses have signed an open letter to Gladys Berejiklian warning the hospital system is in crisis and demanding the standard ratio of one nurse to each patient in ICU be guaranteed.

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Vaccination rates are surging in Sydney’s COVID hotspot areas.

Data shows more than 80 per cent of residents in Blacktown, Parramatta and Campbelltown now have had their first dose of a COVID vaccine.

A three-year-old boy has returned home from hospital, after three nights missing in the Hunter Valley.

AJ Elfalak was found yesterday morning not far from his Putty home – he was checked over in hospital before being released at about 9pm.

Day two of the National Women’s Safety summit will focus on policing and prevention.

Australia’s e-Safety Commissioner will deliver the keynote address today.

Threatened species in New South Wales are being offered greater protections, with the State Government declaring a goal of zero extinctions.

There are 66 types of plants, 13 mammals, as well as frogs, birds and reptiles that will have their protection status upgraded.