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Remember why we put something away for a rainy day?

16 April 2020

5:00 AM

16 April 2020

5:00 AM

Paul Keating famously proclaimed when we hit the wall back in 1991 that it was the recession Australia had to have.

So, is coronavirus perhaps the event Australia has to have for everyone, especially younger generations, to finally get back to basics?

Despite the prosperity we have enjoyed throughout 29 years of continuous economic growth, we are seeing that an incredible disservice has been done to so many.

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