Daily News - Monday 10 February 2014
Bushfires will continue to rage across Victoria on Monday, despite milder overnight conditions temporarily easing the danger.
Rhian Deutrom and Samantha Healy, The Courier Mail
WHILE Victorian emergency crews concentrated on fire, it was flood that held the attention of their Queensland peers.
Gareth Hutchens, James Massola, The Age
One of the country's biggest employer groups is warning the Abbott government not to make severe budget cuts this year, saying a serious "fiscal consolidation" risks making an already-weak economy worse over the next 12 months.
Tessa Akerman, The Advertiser
THE Bangor fire in SA’s Mid-North - which has covered more than 10,000 hectares since Saturday - is heading towards the Wirrabara township.
Helen Rittelmeyer, The Centre for Independent Studies
Keeping government regulation to a minimum is even more important for charities than it is for other sectors.
Emily Millane, The Age
Try seeing a heart specialist with $39 to spend on health a week. Or paying for all your week's groceries with $76. The age pension won't let you do that.
Barrie Cassidy, The Drum
Tony Abbott allowed his strong argument in favour of ending industrial subsidies to become an attack on the conditions of low-paid factory workers.