Christmas will be less merry than usual for many Australians, with a union poll showing a sizeable number of people plan to spend less on lunch and presents.
One in three Australians don't believe keeping up their COVID-19 boosters or measures to curb its spread are important amid an eighth wave, a survey shows.
Federal Opposition Leader Peter Dutton is Australia's least trusted politician, according to a Roy Morgan poll.
Support for Labor has bounced back and they have pulled ahead of the coalition again but net approval remains in the red for both leaders, a new poll shows.
Support for Labor has bounced back in fresh polling that shows negative sentiment improving slightly for both the prime minister and opposition leader.
A majority of Australians think First Nations people should get a say on issues affecting them, raising questions about Labor's model for the voice.
Escaping wars and conflict, young Iraqi and Syrian refugees are creating new lives where they feel "Aussie" because crucial support was put around them.
One in three Australian children suffer physical abuse while one in four suffer sexual abuse, according to a new nationwide study.
A survey shows one in two Australian men don't seek shade from the sun and less than one in three regularly use sunscreen.
The Victorian capital once again features in the top 10 list for the world's most liveable cities, while other Australian capitals have lost ground.
Surveys charting Australia's optimism, or lack thereof, ahead of 2022 have returned mixed results as the Omicron strain of COVID-19 takes hold.