In fairness it does contain everything from international news stories (in very brief format) to TV listings and by way of computer tips, fashion and whinge your butt off (sorry, "Vent Your Spleen").
As such it is aimed at a very broad, but mainly commuter, readership and has to attempt to appeal to them all. This it usually succeeds in doing to a reasonable degree.
In terms of distribution around Southern Cross station would it be feasible to place more distributors at each point of entry? If you can't actually set foot inside the premises you can still blanket-bomb from the borders! That won't solve the problem of transfer passengers beign unable to obtain a copy but chances are if they are getting onto a suburban train they would be able to pick up a second-hand copy easily enough anyway.
Worth what I pay for it? Yes. And just a little bit more.