Government & Politics
Love them or hate them; government and politics are part of our everyday lives...
Dine and Discover Vouchers
8th Jun 2021
Hi Everyone, Just wondering did everyone get to use there "Dine And Discover Vouchers", if so did you find them useful? How were you treated when u passed over your voucher at time of...Read more
Covid QR Check In
3rd Jun 2021
The QR check in will be compulsory soon and people and the stores can be fined if they do not use it, However older people can find this difficult as many just use a mobile phone to make and...Read more
Australian Vaccine Rollout - how do you think we are going?
12th May 2021
Hi all I think the govt has failed us all with an inept strategy to get the vaccine delivered we are the slowest in the developed world. How do you think we are going?Read more
JopKeeper & JobSeeker Ending
25th Mar 2021
Government should extend the job seeker and keeper payment because Covid 19 is still lingering in the air, we are not 100% recovered further stopping this payment will definitely make the...Read more
Roll out of the Covid-19 vaccine
18th Mar 2021
As the Covid-19 vaccine begins to be rolled out, I wonder, why is Australia so slow in rolling out the vaccine compared to other countries?Read more
What's your thoughts on Facebook banning then unbanning Australians from accessing news?
18th Feb 2021
Updated Feb 23: "Facebook will scrap its ban on Australian news and publishers within “days” in a shock announcement made less than a week after it first pulled all news content from Australian...Read more
Covid-19 vaccine and assistance
3rd Feb 2021
As many as 4 million Australians are expected to have received COVID-19 vaccines by the end of April, as the federal government is to begin one of the nation’s biggest peacetime logistical...Read more
Universal Basic Income
18th Jan 2021
Following the pandemic, a new poll by the Green Institute showed 58 per cent of Australians now support a Universal Basic Income (UBI). This new research indicates the lockdowns and widespread...Read more
Tax on cigarettes
4th Dec 2020
Do you think it's fair how much government taxes cigarettes and smokers?Read more
9th Apr 2019
Hi, Just wondering how many people would vote is it wasn't compulsory? I go to a booth do my vote, then go to another booth & do my mum's vote. In a democracy, I think it should be voluntary. Would...Read more
Should the age for the pension be raised to 70?
14th Apr 2014
Recently, the Treasurer Hockey suggest to rise up yhe pension age to 70, what's your opinion wjth thatRead more
How do you cut the cost of living?
7th Apr 2014
With the budget looming and the high chance that we will have less money than before, how will you cut your everyday spending? Give me your top tips. What luxuries will go?Read more
What's your view on cigarette plain packaging?
3rd Oct 2013
It's been nearly a year now since plain packaging for cigarettes was introduced. What's your view? Is it working? Is it stopping young people from taking up smoking? Are people giving up the habit...Read more
20th May 2013
In the run up to the election you will be seeing lots of advertising from the political parties. Do you think this helps to educate you on things like policies or would even change the way you vote?Read more
Forced Adoption Apology
22nd Mar 2013
I was adopted as a baby and although I am now happily reunited with my birth mother I still struggle with the sadness I feel over what I missed. When I was born in the 1970s my birth mother wasn't...Read more
Do you believe the Australian Government gives pensioners enough money to live on?
17th Jun 2011
I'd like to know if people believe that pensioners who rely on Government pensions receive a fair income or not. Today's aged pensioners are the people who have made the country what it is today,...Read more