Melbourne’s inner-city restaurant scene, with the emergence of dominant corporate groups, is starting to resemble a game of Monopoly.
Consumers beware! Why in addition to any actual impacts COVID has on markets for goods and services, the current conditions are perfect for savvy salespeople to deploy the most persuasive tricks in their bag. And they’re already on show.
Being myself someone who utilises various resources to manage my mental health, I guess I have a particular interest in how the government responds to the mental health implications of COVID-19 over the next few years. Given the prevalence and indiscriminate nature of mental health issues across our society, I think we all do. Mental […]
I’m definitely not a prolific Netflix binger. That said, one series that has commanded my devotion is Ozark – a US drama about the moral debasement of a well-to-do family that suddenly becomes less 2.4 kid, white-picket fence, and more murder-plotting money launderers. Think Breaking Bad at the lake-house. The latest instalment (season three) has […]
If you’re anything like me, isolation has led to a much wider casting of the net for stimulating content. I’ve even ventured into the shark-infested waters of Twitter, where all-comers feel totally uninhibited to share titillating ideas, claims and accusations. Most of which are wildly unsubstantiated. And so should probably be taken more in the […]