Daily News - Thursday 30 January 2014
Andrew Hamilton, Eureka Street
Economics and religion usually do not talk to one another. So Pope Francis' message to the World Economic Forum at Davos aroused some interest. It was brief.
Oliver Laughland, The Guardian
Human rights groups say coalition's hardline approach to immigration flies in the face of international law.
Women's self-reliance will grow under PPL
Michaelia Cash, The Drum
The federal government's paid parental leave scheme promotes women's self-reliance by increasing their connection to the paid workforce and their return to work, writes Michaelia Cash.
THE fires are out and the smoke cleared but for many Perth Hills residents, the hurt remains as they try to rebuild their lives.
Colin Bettles, The Land
THE federal government’s newly announced Agricultural Industry Advisory Council has been criticised for its failure to represent major export commodity groups from the West.
Jonathan Holmes, The Age
Claims of ill-treatment of asylum seekers by Australian navy personnel has led to another round of ABC bashing.
Helen Davidson, The Guardian
Productivity Commission report also details the cost of corrective services and the high Indigenous incarceration rate.