With Julian Assange set to be judged early next year, if we were to free him, it would be an act that would revitalise our confused national identity.
Rarely does a book come along that articulates Australia so wonderfully, and very rarely does it come from the mouth of a galah.
The Aus Gov is apparently rolling out revamped food labels which accurately show how much of our food is made here, but I feel a better solution is already within our grasp.
With our partners at Lifebroker, we look at the unique characteristics that make us identifiably Australian, and how that is putting us at risk.
While many Australian films have candidly framed social issues for all the world to see, few are likely to pack as much of a punch as Touch, writes Josh Sampson.