Atheists all let us rejoice (for we are young and rational) over the Census 2016 findings showing that among Australians religious belief is ebbing.
Ian Warden is a columnist for The Canberra Times
How the world's elected party politicians, disapproved of by more and more of the plain people, must envy the popularity of Roger Federer, approved of by the whole of civilised mankind.
One can reverently remove one's beanie for Australia's national anthem but also have ample room in one's heart for that Land of Hope and Glory.
Do you ever find yourselves talking to the people in the portraits on the walls of your house? I know I do.
As the wise and famous song declares, the best things in life are free.
With housing affordability on all of our minds today's timely column asks if the famous Australian hunger for home ownership home is just a fixation?
Oh, bull-at-a-gate Barnaby! Why are you bullying federal public servants into accepting that they must move to the bush to work?
Thinking Australians have been galaxy-minded this week, with the eerily youthful physicist Professor Brian Cox presiding over the three nights of the ABC's Stargazing Live.
Small-l liberal readers, have you been losing sleep over the apparently irresistible rise and rise of nightmarish Pauline Hanson's One Nation? I know I have.
As a very, very white Australian man, I am following, enthralled, debate on the 18C race-hate issue.