News Hit: Govt to meet Western Sydney leaders over ISIS bride concerns; Daniel Andrews votes early

News hit: govt to meet western sydney leaders over isis bride concerns; daniel andrews votes early

7NEWS Australia published this video item, entitled “News Hit: Govt to meet Western Sydney leaders over ISIS bride concerns; Daniel Andrews votes early” – below is their description.

The Home Affairs Minister meeting with Western Sydney mayors over concerns about ISIS brides being resettled locally; Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has cast his vote early, ahead of tomorrow’s state election; a Queensland woman has lost three limbs following a farm accident.

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