The rich have more incentive to reduce tax.
I consider Michael Jones's behaviour and professionalism to be exemplary.
Lorana Bartels suggests that instead of incarcerating offenders, we use this money to "support" offenders through counselling and a variety of diversionary programs.
To compare the proposed Manuka development with other cities is unconvincing.
Even if the unsolicited Manuka Green proposal got the current government's in-principle go ahead today, planning processes, appeals etc would delay construction commencement to around three years from now.
Kevin Cox says the business case for light rail has erred in applying a 6 per cent discount rate to the project
The ACT government's guidelines for unsolicited development proposals states that initial submissions require proponents to provide a signed declaration to abide by process.
Why do the Canberra Liberals continue to object to the Canberra stage 1 light rail?
Look at the failure of the inner city bike path.
Having mates and political toadies as advisers is a sure way of instilling in a politician a dangerous sense of infallibility.
Surely common sense and decency can resolve this matter. Eastman should not be retried.
It is time for Simon Corbell to intervene in the farce that is the David Eastman/Colin Winchester affair ("Eastman bill $12m and rising", April 15, p1).
I wish to congratulate The Canberra Times for its report "Experts share doubts about light rail".
ACT Corrections Minister Shane Rattenbury (Letters, April 15) says new visiting arrangements at the Alexander Maconochie Centre are an issue of equity and not cost-cutting.
The key personnel of pricey "consultants" are often canny ex-public servants or politicians.
So Treasury secretary John Fraser thinks it's difficult to entice well-qualified women to move to Canberra for senior positions.
Consultation was about preserving the character of the old Bruce Hall in the new.
Former Blacktown mayor Alan Pendleton's warning against a deal with the GWS Giants is timely.
It was with real anger that I read your article, reporting, limply unfortunately: "Angry locals extract a promise to listen" (April 7, p1).
In his piece on Alf Stafford, Paul Daly describes Sir Robert Menzies as 'waspish'.
How does the ACT government's proposal of increased licence fees past 3am act as a deterrent to violent and antisocial behaviour?
It is amusing that Simon Corbell should choose, now, to release the findings of the Vickerman report into light rail.
Our record of self-government has been anything but visionary in following the Griffin plan.
The GWS Giants are whimpering about the media and insulting opponents of the $800m Manuka Green proposal.
I've just received a colour pamphlet from the ACT government trying to sell me the changes to zoning in the Red Hill Housing precinct.
Peter Martin's article extolling the virtues of the PM's proposal to hand income taxing powers to the states ignored possible unwelcome outcomes.
I cannot believe that Matt Wade believes that we should raise Australia's fertility.
Surely the Turnbull government cannot be serious about allowing state governments to raise income taxes?
Plan to sell Australian uranium to Ukraine is an ill-advised and dangerous retreat from responsibility.
The ANU is the only institution in Australia where Vietnamese is taught past an introductory level.