Australian living in all its facets lacks nothing for planning. The follow through and action outcomes on many plans is often minimalist however. Many plans once completed, are put on shelves to gather dust. With ‘plans’ I include reports from royal commmissions and a plethora of other inquiries.

The ‘joy’ seems to be in the planning process. There is often little follow through of those plans being applied to try and overcome the identified problems they exposed. Often money for implementation is the issue. It can also be a case, it seems, of people losing interest and moving on to the next issue.

It seems that the priority is often about identifying and elaborating upon issues rather than going the step further toward meaningful fixing.

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