Successive ACT governments have built an economic pyramid scheme reliant on ever more housing construction.
Bill Shorten's decision to add numbers to his shadow ministry, rather than recognise talent, is a poor choice.
The conclusion that the sale of a 30,000-square-metre site on Northbourne Avenue would be "boon for light rail funding" is simply wrong.
The presence of a businessman-come prime minister has raised recent discussion in the media on the parallels between running a business and running a government.
The mainstream Western media have been determined to pin the blame for the deaths on President Putin.
Another election coming and another dilemma where neither side seems worthy of support.
Isn't the NDIS about "choice" and "control" for people with disabilities?
The real issue is that drivers ignore signage and refuse to drive to suit the conditions.
Malcolm Turnbull is doing exactly what I predicted – under the power of the right wing of the LNP he is downgrading action on climate change.
A deeply cynical but tactically well spent 30 pieces of silver by Andrew Barr.
Penelope Upward (Letters, July 12) suggests that Saddam's gassing of 4000 Kurds represents the use of a weapon of mass destruction that justifies the West's intervention in Iraq.
Why is it so difficult for our government to tell the US to butt out of the South China Sea dispute?
"I do appreciate that some Australians feel a little alienated by a globalised world.''
This week marks the commencement of a new three-year term of the federal Parliament.
Under the ABC's charter, a primary role is to contribute to a sense of national identity and inform and entertain.
You fail to acknowledge the real impact the private health insurance rebate has across Australia's health system.
I seem to recall that consideration must be exchanged if a valid contract can be said to exist between Crispin Hull and Nick Xenophon in regard to the payment of a bottle of Grange.
Can anyone in the community identify a single contribution Zed made to the well-being of the ACT in the course of his first term in office?
I commend Andrew Barr for acting swiftly to withdraw funds from the greyhound racing industry.
"There was no lie," claims John Howard in respect of his assertions in 2003 about weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.
Dr John Falzon made a clear case for the end of a wide range of government concessions and discounts that only advantage the wealthy.
The right of association is one of the most basic concepts of freedom and the rule of law.
I. Davies and A. Forsythe (Letters, July 2) ask what was the consultation on building a stadium on the Civic Pool site.
If we are committed to democracy then, by definition, the electorate never gets it wrong.
Bruce Taggart (Letters June, 30) is "spot on" in questioning how the ACT will pay for the extravagant spending of today when all the land is sold, estimated to be in 2031.
Wal Pywell (Letters, June 26) looks enviously at all the deductions available to the investor.
The federal election does little for me except bring on a huge wave of despair at being an ACT resident.
A timely reminder to the good senator Zed Seselja - you are a representative of the people of the ACT.
It's clear the Barr government rushed to sign light rail contracts before the election to blackmail voters.
What does it take for Mr Barr to see that he's abusing voters?