Sydney Teachers and High School Students to Wear Masks Next Term [Headlines] – Hope 103.2

Sydney Teachers and High School Students to Wear Masks Next Term [Headlines]

A four-tier restriction system is being developed for term three, as Sydney schools prepare to learn remotely next week. And other top news.

By Hope NewsroomThursday 8 Jul 2021News

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

Teachers and high school students in Sydney will have to wear masks when they return to school next term.

A four-tier restriction system is being developed for term three, as Sydney schools prepare to learn remotely next week.

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian is considering tougher COVID-19 restrictions for three areas of South West Sydney.

Residents around the Fairfield area have been told to expect a spike in infections when case numbers are released this morning.

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Businesses are pleading for more financial help to get through the extended lockdown in Sydney.

The State Government is preparing to expand support, including for businesses and sole traders with an annual turnover of less than $75,000.

Police investigating allegations of sexual violence by state MP Gareth Ward have now asked the State’s top prosecutor to consider a brief of evidence.

Mr Ward denies any wrong-doing.

IT, engineering and social work have topped the list of careers expected to see a surge in demand in Australia over the next five years.

The OECD’s annual Employment Outlook predicts secretaries and personal assistants will be among the fastest declining occupations.