Doctors top Australia’s most trusted

After the week in politics Australia has had, it will probably surprise no one that journalists, politicians and talkback radio hosts are the three least trustworthy groups in the country, the new survey shows.

Equally unsurprisingly, perhaps, paramedics and firefighters hold equal first position in the annual Reader’s Digest Australia’s Most Trusted Professions survey.

Neurosurgeon and founder of the Cure for Life Foundation, Dr Charlie Teo, was voted Australia's most-trusted person, with