December 7th 2013


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EDITORIAL: Abbott and the Indonesia espionage row

CANBERRA OBSERVED: Australia's enemies at home and abroad

AGRICULTURE: Fighting to keep families on their own land

SCHOOLS: Economy held back by lack of skilled tradesmen

LIFE ISSUES: Tasmania widens scope for abortion, restricts free speech

ECONOMIC AFFAIRS: Middle-class families struggling on two incomes

NATIONAL AFFAIRS: Joe Hockey and the ADM takeover bid for GrainCorp

POLITICAL LANGUAGE: Defending the indefensible by sugar-coating killing

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS: China takes leading role in new 'scramble for Africa'

CULTURE: 'Tis the season to give the imagination free play

LITERATURE: How George MacDonald's fantasy fiction illuminates reality

BOOK REVIEW When science poses as a religion

BOOK REVIEW Family decline behind loss of religious faith

CINEMA: Nostalgic retrospect on Sixties radicalism

LETTERS Why it matters who owns Australia's GrainCorp

LETTERS Expatriate Australian intellectuals

LETTER Practical fuel-reduction tip to prevent bushfires

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Practical fuel-reduction tip to prevent bushfires




News Weekly, December 7, 2013

Sir,

The recent bushfires in New South Wales have prompted belated regrets there about the failure of the state fire authorities to conduct sufficient fuel-reduction burn-offs beforehand to prevent this catastrophe.

In light of this, what steps are being taken to re-introduce cattle-grazing in Victoria’s alpine high country?

It was originally banned in 2005 by Victoria’s Steve Bracks Labor government, then briefly re-introduced, as a limited trial, in 2011 by the Baillieu Liberal government until the then federal Labor Environment Minister, Tony Burke, intervened to overrule Victoria (see News Weekly, May 28, 2011).

Now that we have had a change of federal government, one would hope that the idea will be explored again.

Emidio J. Restall,
Werribee, Vic. 




























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