The stories of hardship are piling up.
'With tears in her eyes, Nichole lays bare the housing struggle her family faces,' reads the ABC homepage this morning.
'Many Queensland families unable to afford basic cost of living,' reports The Guardian.
'Canberra has highest cost of living in nation,' says The Canberra Times.
Right now everything costs more; groceries, fuel, rent, mortgages, power bills. We're in a cost-of-living crisis, and as prices increase, most Australian's wages remain stagnant. It's getting dire, and everyone's pretty pissed off about it.
Naturally, we want someone to blame and the person in charge of the country is an obvious place to start.
Over the weekend at the men's Australian Open final, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese settled in for a night of tennis at Rod Laver Arena. After the play was over and trophies were being awarded, the master of ceremonies gave him a mention. He was immediately booed. So much so, the ceremony had to pause for a brief moment while the audience got it out of their system.
Watch the reaction below: