Making daylight savings permanent – Hack | #government | #hacking | #cyberattack

The US Senate has voted to make daylight savings permanent, and that’s got a lot of people wondering whether Australia should consider doing the same

Advocates reckon it’s better for our health, safety and efficiency – but not everyone agrees.

Plus, around 80 per cent of Australians under 30 don’t have contents insurance for their belongings. That’s put young renters who lost everything in the recent floods in a really difficult position. As climate disasters become more frequent, what can be done to make sure young people aren’t left worse off?

And a government inquiry into online safety has handed down its report – we’ll go through the recommendations.


Leo Patterson Ross, CEO, Tenants Union of NSW
Claudia Long, Hack’s political reporter
Dr Jayanta Sarkar, Queensland Uni of Technology
Associate Prof. Sean Cain, Monash Uni

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