Scottie Marsh’s Latest Mural Has A Brutal Invasion Day Message For Scott Morrison

Street artist Scottie Marsh has taken aim at Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s controversial Australia Day comments, and his refusal to acknowledge January 26 as a day of mourning for First Nations Australians.  His latest work, in Sydney’s inner-city suburb of…

Advocate for sexual assault survivors is 2021 Australian of the Year

A young advocate who fought for a voice for survivors of sexual assault has been named Australian of the Year. Grace Tame, 26, from Hobart, has won the award ahead of high profile finalists including former NSW fire commissioner, Shane…

Millionaire Interview 220

Here’s our latest interview with a millionaire as we seek to learn from those who have grown their wealth to high heights. If you’d like to be considered for an interview, drop me a note and we can chat about…

Cybercrime and Fraud on the Rise During COVID-19 Pandemic

During the coronavirus pandemic, there’s been a direct correlation with the rise of online activity, data breaches and identity theft. As many Americans’ personally identifiable information goes digital, it’s becoming increasingly vulnerable to hacks and theft by cybercriminals who profit…

Angry Customer? 8 Ways to Defuse the Situation

A business depends on happy customers for lasting success. Unfortunately, no matter what steps you take to prevent customer service issues, not every client is going to be happy. Whether their reason for anger is justified or not, you’ll need…

Laws making social media firms expose major COVID myths could help Australia’s vaccine rollout

With a vaccine rollout impending, key groups have backed calls for the Australian government to force social media platforms to share details about popular coronavirus misinformation. An open letter was put forth by independent group Reset Australia. It was endorsed…

Women Regret Drunkenness More Than Men, Study Finds

Photo: Maciej Dakowicz / Alamy Stock Photo The first results of the Global Drug Survey 2020 are in, offering fresh insights into pan-continental drug-taking and drinking trends that existed before coronavirus stopped people from meeting at pubs, clubs, festivals and in loud smoky…

COVID has brought Auslan into the spotlight, but it would be wrong to treat the language as a hobby or fad

As government COVID updates have become a daily part of our lives over the past 12 months, so too has the sight of sign language interpreters on our screens. This has understandably had a huge impact on the lives of…

Clyde Edwards-Helaire Hit The Tyrone Biggums Dance After Scoring His First Postseason Touchdown

Kansas City running back Cylde Edwards-Helaire wins the award for the year’s best touchdown dance. The national championship running back was selected with the last pick in the first round by the reigning Super Bowl champions in the 2020 NFL…

Toxicity swirls around January 26, but we can change the nation with a Voice to parliament

We are on the eve of the nation’s annual ritual of celebrating the arrivals, while not formally recognising the ancient peoples who were dispossessed. Each year the tensions spill over, rendering Australia Day/Invasion Day/Survival Day a protest as much as…

It’s not just cricket: Australia Day isn’t the commercial winner it used to be

Australia Day used to be an obvious and uncontroversial occasion for brands to endear themselves to Australian consumers. No longer. There has been a decided shift over the past decade in commercial attitudes to January 26, acknowledging the problematic nature…

‘I can’t save money for potential emergencies’: COVID lockdowns drove older Australians into energy poverty

Many of us who endured lockdowns in Australia are familiar with the surge in energy bills at home. But for older Australians who depend on the Age Pension for income, lockdowns drove many deeper into “energy poverty”. Some faced up…

U.S. surpasses 25 million COVID cases

The U.S has confirmed more than 25 million coronavirus cases, per Johns Hopkins data updated on Sunday. The big picture: President Biden has said he expects the country’s death toll to exceed 500,000 people by next month, as the rate…

GOP faces implosion over Trump primary threats and impeachment payback

The GOP is getting torn apart by a spreading revolt against party leaders for failing to stand up for former President Trump and punish his critics. Why it matters: Republican leaders suffered a nightmarish two months in Washington. Outside the…

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