Go back to the enewsletter The snow gods have d

first_imgGo back to the e-newsletter >The snow gods have delivered 30cm of fresh powder to Thredbo in the past 24 hours, covering the Thredbo Resort in a white blanket all the way down to the village.The conditions are looking ideal to kick off the second half of the snow season with more snow expected throughout the day and across the coming week.“This snow dump really came out of nowhere, but we’re definitely not complaining,” Thredbo Resort Operations Manager Stuart Diver said. “It has set us up perfectly for the start of spring, proving winter certainly isn’t over yet – it just keeps on delivering the goods!”The resort has welcomed the snowfall with open arms, just in time for visitors to take advantage of the numerous September Snow Specials on offer in spring; including Thredbo’s Kids Ski Free in September promotion, as well as the Torah Bright Beginner Packs, where first timers get a free day skiing or boarding in September.Go back to the e-newsletter >last_img read more

NABE Survey Next Decade Will Be Marked By Rising Health Costs

first_imgNABE Survey: Next Decade Will Be Marked By Rising Health Costs Fox Business: NABE Economic Survey: Health Care Costs To Rise Over Next DecadeA group of polled economists believe fewer employers will provide health-care coverage for workers over the next decade as the planned overhaul to the system takes effect. The National Association of Business Economics on Monday released its latest Economic Policy Survey, and 60% of the economists surveyed believe fewer businesses will provide insurance for workers over the next ten years. In addition, nearly three-quarters of the respondents believe health-care costs will continue to grow as a share of GDP in the next 10 years if the Affordable Care Act is not repealed. The NABE survey is based on the responses of 236 members of the association (Rogers, 9/25). This is part of the KHN Morning Briefing, a summary of health policy coverage from major news organizations. Sign up for an email subscription.last_img read more