Australians increasingly feel that the government is prioritising health at the expense of the economy as the country’s slowing coronavirus rate sees people looking to venture away from home, new data reveals.
The COVID-19 crisis may change Australians’ spending habits permanently as it sparks a shift in priorities that will trigger a move “back to basics” where holidays and lifestyle purchases are concerned, new data reveals.
The online poll called CT Global Leadership Insights Tracker was conducted by the London-based CT (Crosby Textor) Group/Crosby Textor India which specialises research based opinion polls, strategic communications and a corporate and political advisory firm.
Australians are digging in for the long social distancing haul, with new data revealing that most expect government restrictions to last for four to six months and do not anticipate normal working life returning for up to a year.
Reliable and trustworthy news is in high demand as the public flock to TV, online news and newspapers over social media to stay informed about the coronavirus pandemic.
Tough-nut CEOs like billionaire retailer Solomon Lew, Qantas’ Alan Joyce and Ross McEwan at National Australia Bank are showing the leadership style the public is craving, new polling reveals.
Planning appeals can “unequivocally” be carried out within legal principles of fairness by using video or telephone technology, a group of barristers have said in a letter to the housing secretary outlining how such measures can keep the appeals system operating during the coronavirus outbreak.
On arrival at CT Group headquarters, visitors must surrender all technology before they can enter the Mayfair office, where privacy is critical. Chief executives hand over their smartphones, computers and cameras, as they prepare to sit down with revered political lobbyist, the so-called “Wizard of Oz”, Sir Lynton Crosby
Washington | Propelled by stunning political wins for Scott Morrison and Boris Johnson this year, Sir Lynton Crosby’s US office has been quietly ramping up its operations ahead of the blockbuster 2020 presidential campaign.
Lynton Crosby, the election campaign strategist behind the Conservative Party’s 2015 election win, says the Hong Kong government must deal with the causes of the protest and come up with a plan to address the problem