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Exploregoldcoast.soup. Bushfire crisis expected to further sap confidence in the Australian economy. Businesses damaged by bushfires will be eligible for additional grants of up to $50,000 in the latest pledge from the Morrison government’s $2bn disaster relief package.
Businesses will also be able to access concessional loans of up to $500,000 if they have suffered significant loss of revenue or asset loss, opening the door to those indirectly affected by a business downturn rather than fire damage. The announcement on Monday responds to small business demands to boost cashflow after fires on the New South Wales south coast, in Victoria’s East Gippsland and on South Australia’s Kangaroo Island drove away tourists. According to Deloitte Access Economics, the bushfire crisis is the latest in a string of bad news for the Australian economy, sapping consumer confidence along with the downturn in housing construction and prolonged drought. “The surplus is of no focus for me, what matters to me is the human cost and meeting whatever costs we need to meet,” he said. Australia ODI cricket 2020 vs India series, Pat Cummins, Glenn Maxwell, Steve Smith analysis.
There were some big positives to take out of the series for Australia.
Marnus Labuschagne took his fine form from the Test arena to one-day cricket, while the partnership between Adam Zampa and Ashton Agar continued to blossom. However, the series loss still raised some big questions. Stream international cricket Live & On-Demand with KAYO SPORTS including every Australian Test, ODI and T20I on home soil. Get your 14-day free trial > The fact Mitchell Starc of all people batted at No.5 for Australia on Sunday said it all: There’s a Glenn Maxwell-shaped hole in this side. Maxwell was partly left out of the touring party given the lack of competitive cricket he had played since October, when he took a break on mental health grounds.
PLAYER RATINGS: Struggling star’s dire series put selection in the spotlight. Boeing appoint former MP Brendan Nelson to president of Australian operations. Related Article Dr Nelson stood down as the head of the Australian War Memorial at the end of last year, after planing a controversial $500 million, nine-year redevelopment of the site, which a former memorial director likened to turning the site into a "theme park" for military hardware enthusiasts.
Boeing's Australian presence is its largest in any country outside its native US and includes a major manufacturing plant in Melbourne's Fishermans Bend which makes jet parts including for the 737 MAX and 787 Dreamliners. Huge hail batters Canberra as storms threaten large areas of south-eastern Australia. Much of New South Wales has been given a reprieve from destructive, damaging winds and hail, with the Bureau of Meteorology cancelling extreme weather warnings for much of the state.
Greater Sydney and Newcastle had been bracing for storm damage after hail caused havoc in the ACT today, with large hailstones smashing car windscreens and causing widespread damage across Canberra. At 2.50pm, the ACT Emergency Services Agency had received more than 1,200 calls for help after Monday afternoon’s 15-minute storm, while two people were treated for minor injuries. The Bureau of Meteorology had warned people living as far north as Maitland and as far south as Nowra to take cover indoors, away from windows, keep children and pets indoors, and unplug electrical equipment. However, within hours of issuing the warning, the threat to most of the state passed. Tom Maddocks (@MaddocksThomas)Chaos outside offices in the Parli triangle.
Sarah Martin (@msmarto)Holy calamity. Australia has slightly fewer billionaires, but their wealth is still increasing says Oxfam. Updated about 5 hours agoMon 20 Jan 2020, 2:26am Australia's rich keep getting richer, with the top 1 per cent of Australians having more than double the wealth of the entire bottom 50 per cent — or more than 12.5 million people – according to Oxfam.
Key points Oxfam's pre-Davos 2020 analysis of inequality found Australia's billionaires grew their wealth by an average of $US460 million from 2018 to 2019But the number of billionaires in Australia decreased from 43 in 2018 to 36 in 2019Globally, the wealthiest 1 per cent of people in the world have more than double the wealth of 6.9 billion people. Oxfam's annual list highlighting inequality has found the number of billionaires in Australia decreased from 43 in 2018 to 36 in 2019, but that the number has more than tripled over the past 10 years and the value of their wealth is still increasing. The world's billionaires, 2,153 people in 2019, have more wealth between them than 4.6 billion people. Global inequality 'shockingly entrenched'