Nation scores bare pass in its first wellbeing scorecard

Adrian Rollins
Updated July 21 2023 - 6:39am, first published 5:30am

Australia is falling behind or making little progress on almost half of the 50 measures of national wellbeing being tracked by the federal government, including family financial security, chronic health problems, national security, biodiversity, income and wealth inequality, and trust in government.

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Adrian Rollins

Adrian Rollins


Adrian Rollins is economics correspondent for the Canberra Times

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