The State Government is coming under increasing pressure to ditch its controversial user-pays ambulance system with a protest forum planned for next month.Page 4 Radar and infra-red technology will be investigated as possible ways to reduce the amount of endangered wedge-tailed eagles being killed by turbines at the Woolnorth wind farm in the State’s North-West. Page 5
The Tasmania Fire Service is calling on people to remember the importance of smoke alarms this summer. Page 6
The Queensland Government is in damage control over its ailing health system after announcing an inquiry into the rape and murder of a 10-year-old girl.
NATIONAL NEWS: Page 15
Hundreds of cancer patients and staff were evacuated yesterday after a devastating fire ripped through London’s Royal Marsden Hospital.
WORLD NEWS: Page 10
A spokesman for wine and beer maker Lion Nathan said yesterday that the company was excited to have completed all the legal formalities to assume ownership of Launceston brewer J. Boag & Son.
BUSINESS ROUND-UP: Page 20
Australia narrowly avoided another huge score from India’s V.V.S. Laxman at the SCG yesterday in the second Test but with Sachin Tendulkar still at the crease, another world-class hurdle looms for the home side today. ALL SPORTS Pages 49-56
This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.