Western Australians Travelling to NSW Told to Follow Lockdown Rules and Get Tested [Headlines] – Hope 103.2

Western Australians Travelling to NSW Told to Follow Lockdown Rules and Get Tested [Headlines]

A five-day hard lockdown is underway in Perth, Peel and South West regions after a hotel security guard tested positive to COVID-19.

By Hope NewsroomMonday 1 Feb 2021News

Today’s headlines from the Hope News team

Anyone arriving in New South Wales from locked-down areas of Western Australia is subject to the same stay-at-home restriction they would have experienced in WA.

A five-day hard lockdown is underway in Perth, Peel and South West regions after a hotel security guard tested positive to COVID-19.

Additional screening is in place at Sydney Airport.

All Sydney residents can now enter Queensland for the first time in more than a month.

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The Federal Government says the Australian economy must be weaned-off continuing financial support.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison will use a key speech today to argue a “blank cheque” approach is no longer sustainable.

Job Keeper is due to end in March, and Job Seeker will be reduced.

The parents of four children killed by a drunk driver in Oatlands in Sydney’s west, are using the anniversary of their deaths to spread a message of forgiveness.

A prayer vigil will be held in Oatlands tonight for Antony, Angelina and Sienna Abdallah, and their cousin Veronique Sakr, who were killed on this day last year by an out-of-control ute.

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A driver has been charged over hit-and-run crashes in Sydney’s east.

Police will allege a white van hit another car, and a parked scooter in Botany last night.

Six people have escaped injury after shots were fired into a home at Mount Druitt early this morning.

Pope Francis has instituted a day for grandparents and the elderly to underscore their importance in society.

A special Mass will be held on July 25.

Cancer deaths in Australia have been reduced by more than 20 per cent in 10 years due to improved treatment and screening.