Well done Penleigh Boyd for pointing out the proliferation of traffic lights in Canberra over the last couple of decades.
I wonder how many understand the significance of Bryden Spurling's article "What if the jobs dry up?"
If automation takes away jobs, why then do we need ever more people?
We need to cease getting our sophisticated ideas of the world from Sacha Baron Cohen.
Canberra theatre audiences rarely give standing ovations.
So it has come to this. Mr. Fluffy homeowners have to watch real estate agents picking over the entrails of their once family homes.
Thank you Annabel Crabb for reminding us how troglodyte the world was for us women 50 years ago.
The asbestos insulation allowed to contaminate ACT homes continues to evolve into a hellish nightmare for the occupants ("Fluffy land price stymies owners", November 25, p6).
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Lake Ginninderra has been closed now for three weeks due to blue green algae — and it's not even summer yet!
After the last election, Malcolm Turnbull railed against "mediscare".
PM in significant denial of his responsibilities as a leader of our multicultural and diverse nation.
Good luck to that young mum (CT, November 22) who bought a little family home in Kambah, which she loves. But otherwise please keep up The Canberra Times' perennial good work by sometimes publishing snide and faintly sneering stories about what an unpopular, unfashionable place Tuggeranong is. It is obviously helping local youth, who have now graduated from nappies to P plates, and others like that lovely young family, into affordable housing with beautiful views, a relaxed and healthy outdoor lifestyle, and generous, mostly pre-self-government, services and facilities. From beyond the expensive Woden ridge line, the quarter-acre peasants of Tuggeranong salute you.Some of us can even read and write.
If Australian diplomats do not adhere to road rules in their host country they deserve everything they get.
We must all share the outrage of child protection workers on Four Corners last Monday who called out the scandal of removing children from drug dependent parents only to see them consigned to far more dysfunctional residential housing from which commercial interests profit.
More traffic, less available parking at the shops, more ugly units in Watson?
On October 20 two cars collided at the Coles supermarket car park in Manuka.
We have been subjected to propaganda images of people enjoying waterfront features while there are no images showing the impact of six-storey buildings
Jack Waterford (CT, November 5) calls Malcolm Turnbull a dud. I say the whole federal Liberal Party is a dud.
What a disgusting headline in the CT this morning (CT, Nov 15 p1 "Hospital beds go to elderly").
Are 'shellshocked Americans' beginning to realise that their much-vaunted democracy is anything but democratic?
As an Australian living in Denver, Colorado, I have watched its recently completed rail transport struggle to compete with cars.
I disagree with Noel Whittaker ("Why housing can't be made affordable", November 6, p45).
I note in The Canberra Times that Empire Global is proposing to construct a 26-story residential complex on the corner of Gozzard Street and Gundaroo Drive in Gungahlin ("Sky-high dining planned for Gungahlin", November 10, p9).
The suggestion in your editorial that the Public Service lacks the right staff to manage complex technological services applies in the superlative form here in the ACT.
Federal Treasurer Scott Morrison claimed his original backpacker tax would raise $540 million in its first three years.
Your article "Fluffy's reach may widen" (November 8, p1) deals with ACT Health's investigation into residents exposed to potential mesothelioma – a difficult yet worthwhile exercise.
With many primary students preparing to enter secondary school, some of them can't read.
I was disappointed with the article "Developer hurt by witch hunt posters" (November 3, p7) about Nik Bulum's "disgust" that posters critical of his planned redevelopment of the Canberra City Bowling Club had been put up around the Ainslie site.
Labor and the Greens have a deal. A deal what would seem to offer certain advantages.