Australia has seemingly created enormous economic and diplomatic divisions globally, while revealing none of the specific details around its deal to the Australian taxpaying public.
The Australian government neglected to address housing, accessibility and health campaign measures that all may have prevented COVID-19 deaths to date.
The cost of Australia's failing health system is in human lives, and it is also in measurable economic and social loss.
Beyond the evident economic benefit or marketing to demographics that buy magazines, fashion and beauty products, there is a huge social benefit in portraying women in their 50s, 60s and 70s in magazines.
Naomi Osaka is one of many women in sport who has felt bullied, patronized and disrespected by journalists. The answer is not to withdraw and refuse to partake in a considered dissection of a match.
It is the Australian government that should be stepping up to support Victorians during lockdown 4.0.
As other nations rise to the challenge and intend to meet ambitious targets set by President Joe Biden for 2030, Australia's prime minister missed his opportunity to show the world that Australia is serious when it comes to combating climate change.
The Australian government and systems of policing and corrections continue to feed the intergenerational trauma that resulted from institutional, systemic racism.
While a female-friendly city does not solve male violence, it is an essential element in making cities less prone to opportunistic crimes.
When women are involved in leadership, they create products and services that are ideally designed and marketed for the primary shopper in the household: women.
The media landscape in Australia is problematic. Diversity in ownership largely eroded over the last decade and numerous TV, radio, print and online media is now owned by single organizations.
If Google continues not to pay for the news it shares on its platform, it is not just Rupert Murdoch who stands to lose a dime, it's all news.