When even the new chief of police says she has been bullied and harassed during her career it is time for ACT policing to take these issues and the need for culture change very seriously.
Overuse of antibiotics by doctors and hospitals is fuelling the emergence of "super bugs" that can resist many once-effective remedies. Two local hospitals, which have performed poorly in the past, are working to improve outcomes.
The decision by a construction company to host a celebration with topless waitresses is disgraceful.
The ACT government has been singularly unsuccessful in convincing the broader community it is walking the walk on the vexed question of affordable housing in Canberra.
The trillion dollar question is whether or not Scott Morrison's deficit warning is a timely intervention or just an attempt to garner support for cuts to welfare payments and government services.
Fire fighters are not crying wolf over lack of preparedness.
The National Australia Day Council chief seems to be clutching at straws with his facile claim Canberra's weather was one reason for axing the long-running concert.
Strong leadership by champions at the very highest levels will play a major role in changing the toxic culture towards women identified in the Australian Federal Police by Elizabeth Broderick.
The Turnbull Government's apparent determination to deny some of the nation's poorest households of an energy supplement worth between $4.40 and $7.05 a week sends an unfortunate post-election message.
The decision to launch an internal review into the LDA's governance framework following concerns over some recent and controversial land deals is to be welcomed.
Opting to keep a pet you find or stealing one from a backyard is plain wrong.
Graphic images such as the picture of a young Syrian boy pulled from the rubble of a bombed building in Aleppo can shock the world. But, unfortunately, they do not have the power to stop the carnage.
There is much work to be done educating young men objectification of women is very damaging to its victims.
Given the effort the Raiders have made this year to reward their long-suffering fans with the scent of victory it is only fair that any home preliminary final awarded to the team is played in Canberra.
It would have been hard for the Defence establishment to beat the patriotic gong about the iconic Battle of Long Tan if the 50 year fight to appropriately honour the heroes who fought it had not been resolved.
Rather than squabbling over tax, it would be more constructive if leaders worked together on all states and territories challenges.
The ACT government needs to act on the rise in assaults by students against teachers.
Recent ruling raises broad issues that arise from Canberrans' love affair with man's best friend.
Canberra's infamous "boy in a cage" scandal, which is now being investigated by the United Nations, is much more than a storm in a teacup.
The Opposition needs to explain why we need a new hospital.
Chief statistician David Kalisch blames the census failure on Tuesday evening to four distributed denial of service attacks.
The ABS has built up a lot of credibility over many years. It would be a shame if the respected brand was tarnished now.
Restraining the disabled is physical abuse and must stop.
The ACT government's decision to reject what seemed to be a done deal is a surprise to a bruised community.
The problem with doing well in school, or at least a bit better than the kid sitting next to you in class, is the temptation to sit back and feel a little smug when test scores come back.
One Nation's success in the Senate election is a clear message to Malcolm Turnbull.
Unnecessary political decisions such as re-locating resources out of Canberra, and back tracking on climate research, are time-wasting, distracting and risk losing our brightest scientists to competitors overseas.
With Olympics cynicism running at even higher levels than normal it is timely to remember that every games is ultimately about the determination of highly dedicated young men and women to the pursuit of an almost impossible dream.
The ACT government is to be commended for finally catching up with NSW and Victoria in abolishing the statute of limitations on cases of child sexual abuse.
Anyone on the supplicant side of the ACT's freedom of information laws will know the frustration of extracting information from an intractable and legalistic bureaucracy.