GDP is well suited to many things, but not to measuring the impact of disasters.
Employers obligations are set out clearly. What's important is what they "know or reasonably ought to know".
Plugging ventilation holes in walls helps, but there are dangers.
It's worth thinking carefully about how to give, to ensure you're not wasting your contribution or inadvertently making things worse.
As this horrific summer of disaster continues to unfold in coming weeks, we need to overhaul our emergency management plan.
We escaped through blackened landscapes where sheep wandered paddocks with the wool burnt off their backs. My three-year-old son, sensing the mood, asked why his dad and I were so quiet.
Sending holidaymakers directly into forests and national parks right in the middle of peak bushfire season is madness.