Arts viewed as fundamental to economy

According to Square Holes’ August Mind and Mood survey of 400 South Australians, Younger age groups are making the biggest contribution to...

Pandemic leadership performance

South Australians are pleased with their own community performance and that of our own State Government and Premier Steven Marshall during COVID-19...

The opposite of love (Aged 30 – 39)

"I can't explain it. It's just that feeling. I think you know. You know when you love something. You know when you...

The rollercoaster of mood vulnerability

From bushfires ravaging country Australia to world leaders contracting COVID-19, if there's one thing 2020 has taught us, it's that we're all quite tender...

Working from home is here to stay

It has been said that if you love what you do, you’ll never work a day. South Australians are more savvy than...

Doing their bit to help (60-69 year-olds)

This week the Square Holes team spoke with ages 60 – 69 about their perspectives on the current COVID-19 crisis. A common...

Crazy times in retail

These are indeed crazy times, and we have seen shopping behaviours over recent months that have made many minds boggle. As retail restrictions...

Buying local or global?

As local communities exit the emotional strain of COVID-19, the conversation around the importance of supporting local businesses grows. The world-wide economic...

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