Jack Waterford is Editor-at-large, The Canberra Times
Jack Waterford I don't want to play for team Australia, or for team Abbott. And I wouldn't encourage my children to, either.
Jack Waterford The assassination of Assistant Commissioner Colin Winchester as he arrived home in Deakin in January 1989 was one of the most audacious in Australian history.
Jack Waterford One can always tell when our beloved Treasurer and, until recently, Sports Minister, Andrew Barr, is suffering from existential angst or relevance deprivation syndrome.
Jack Waterford The Australian Securities and Investments Commission received a terrible pasting from a Senate committee this week.
Jack Waterford Inside the Eastman trial: how the case fell apart.
Jack Waterford When Canberra detectives saw the body of Colin Winchester slumped in his car in Deakin in January 1989, The killing bore all of the signs of a professional hit.
Day two: The hitman theory founders
Jack Waterford When AFP Assistant Commissioner Colin Winchester was shot dead, the instinct was to see it as an audacious Mafia hit.
Jack Waterford Here's the big secret. The ACT economy is in reasonably good shape despite the heavy hits from Penny Wong it has taken.
Jack Waterford addendum column
Jack Waterford Bill Pritchett was one of many distinguished and able public servants who was monstered by the legendary Arthur Tange - head of the Defence Department - over the years.
Jack Waterford Midway through the 1995 Eastman murder trial, police and forensic staff in Victoria were expressing concern that a major scientific witness in the case had an ''urge to impress by assisting to...
Jack Waterford John Allan, a Walkley-award winning journalist who was editor of The Canberra Times between 1968 and 1972, died peacefully in Ballina Hospital yesterday ''of a long life''.
Jack Waterford For more than 20 years from the mid-1960s, Athol Thomas was the West Australian columnist for The Canberra Times.
Jack Waterford David Eastman is without representation, other than by a legal aid solicitor, today after three barristers briefed by him have found themselves forced to stand down from an inquiry into his...
Jack Waterford The judicial inquiry into the 1995 conviction of David Eastman for the 1989 murder of Assistant Commissioner Colin Winchester has so far cost ACT taxpayers well over $1 million, though no actual...
2013-14 ACT Budget
Jack Waterford Three months from now, Andrew Barr, as a loyal member of the ALP suicide watch, will be telling ACT voters - and anyone elsewhere who will listen - that an Abbott Coalition government will be an...
Jack Waterford The judge appointed to take over the Eastman inquiry has decided to take six weeks' leave.
Jack Waterford Kind words for Kevin Rudd from Labor supporters are going to be in short supply form today.
Michael Inman and Jack Waterford The DPP has launched a second attempt to downgrade the inquiry into David Harold Eastman's murder conviction.
Jack Waterford The ADFA Skype affair will go into Australian defence history, perhaps deserving a place at the Australian War Memorial alongside other boorish quasi-sexual exploits by Australians at arms that the...