It can be difficult to know what to buy, and in our latest research we find which gifts Aussies are most hoping for this year … and the worst ones too!
Our latest research shows that Australians are in favour of donations to charity replacing the traditional gifts received at Christmas.
This is about more than a scorched and dusty, dry land. What some are calling the worst drought in living memory seems to have more to it than just that.
Speaking as a X-Generation boy who all the other generations despise, let me say this: If you’re a Christian, it’s not OK to say “OK Boomer”.
Without Thanksgiving, or any public holidays, Black Friday is not as big an event in Australia as it is in the U.S – but it is gaining recognition.
The average household annual income is $116,584 and the national average household net wealth has tipped the million-dollar mark for the first time.
More than 1 in 5 Australians (21%) have experienced food insecurity in the last 12 months, meaning they ran out of food and were unable to buy more.
Events in Australia are big business. It ranks 8th amongst the top 50 countries for business events, a sector that accounts for AUD $1.48 trillion per year.
It is hard to refute the statement that we are now living in the great screenage. Screen-based devices are now a regular part of our day to day lives.
For many of us, the very mention of Artificial Intelligence conjures up futuristic notions of SkyNet and cunning malevolent robots.