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In an era of distrust with treasured public institutions, here's a pollie who stands up for them.
People are tuning out and tuning in elsewhere.
A new report finds more than half of us actively avoid the news some or all the time.
What happened to the concept of trust?
It's all about being reliable and predictable.
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We need to protect the public from false or dangerous information.
The recent debate about when the 'real Malcolm' will reveal himself is indicative of how weary people have grown of hearing rhetoric sans realness. We may loathe Pauline Hansen's bigotry but few wonder what she really thinks.
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Lets face it, we've all found ourselves in relationships that drain our energy and impact our ability to thrive in life. Many of us have experienced the consequences of enduring these relationships an...
The funny thing is that you start to see your posessions in a different way -- like a resource to be shared rather than something to be owned. This is a pretty liberating mindset as items around you suddenly become revenue sources rather than depreciating assets.