Dailys News - Monday 20 January 2014
David Crowe, The Australian
BILL Shorten has vowed to rebuild Labor's support in middle Australia in a contest with Tony Abbott on policies to create jobs, as he outlines an agenda that rules out sharing power with the Greens.
Bianca Hall, The Age
They called it the Voyage of the Damned - the flight of 937 Jewish refugees who made a desperate bid to escape from Nazi Germany on the eve of World War II.
Oxfam wants Prime Minister Tony Abbott to align himself with the 99 per cent of the world's population and call for a crack down on tax havens at the World Economic Forum.
Nicholas Gill, The Conversation
The return of heatwaves and bushfires to the news pages has brought fresh warnings that Australians who live in fire-prone zones still don’t fully understand the risk they are running.
Laura Chalmers, Courier Mail
CHILDCARE subsidies are failing to keep up with the rising cost of childcare fees, leaving Australian parents up to $10,000 a year out-of-pocket.
Paula Matthewson, The Drum
Tony Abbott gave himself room to back down on some promises without compromising his broader values, but he shouldn't push his luck too far.
Michael Mullins, Eureka Street
The Greens have called for the dropping of the Lord's Prayer from the opening of each day's sitting of Federal Parliament.