Letters to the Editor
6:09 PM Judith Ireland and Rick Feneley (‘‘ABC budget cuts: the fallout’’, Forum, CT, November 22) outline various scenarios and views about government cutbacks to the ABC.
I feel so sorry for any Mr Fluffy owner who was not aware of their homes' contamination.
Claims that Turkey has been facilitating the insurgency against the Assad government are baseless.
I am perplexed as to why the AMA hasn't given more attention to a disease that takes our young at a greater rate than obesity.
Letters to the Editor The Chief Minister and her government are visionaries who can see the growing need for an efficient transportation system.
Letters to the Editor Canberrans are entitled to know how much of our money the government commits before they sign the contract.
I see the government will make one last raid on the money belonging to Medibank Private members before the organisation is sold.
ACT Labor's acting branch secretary seems not to be aware of the call-in power for development applications available to the planning minister.
Letters to the Editor The front-page map of the distribution of Canberra's deadly houses brought it all home. There but for the grace of God go we.
Canberra is facing a tragedy of equal porportions to the 2003 bushfires with the current Mr Fluffy asbestos scandal.
It is a serious concern that close to half of the prisoners released from Canberra jail return there within two years.
Michael West is right to assert that the directors of serial tax avoider Glencore have a ''duty'' to minimise the company's tax liabilities.
Like many ordinary Canberrans, I was angry when I saw footage of the smashed windows and slashed tyres of the premises and vehicles of ACT Parks.
Letters to the Editor The response of the vice-chancellor of the ANU to the disturbing accounts of bullying and a toxic culture is telling.
The revelations about the Marist Brothers during the royal commission hearing into child sex abuse have been disturbing.
Andrew Barr needs to get his facts straight. The payroll tax rate is 6.85 per cent not 6.5 per cent as quoted.
The treatment and processing of people who arrive at our border seeking asylum demonstrates a clear failure of imagination.
The discussion of suicide needs to address not only prevention but also when it is an acceptable way out.
The large bonuses paid to Future Fund Management Agency employees raises the question of how they were funded.
Letters to the Editor It is very likely we are killing kangaroos unnecessarily. And the government is too stubborn to change course.
Letters to the Editor The ANU already has any number of pubs and licensed premises close by.
Barbarians, eat your hearts out. The dilapidated state of the 1960s four-storey residential ''mini towers'', and the adjacent matching-in-style elongated blocks, on Northbourne Avenue is a shocking indictment of the ACT government.
Letters to the Editor Our gas prices are increasing as a consequence of demand in Asia.
It is hardly something to be proud of that our PM demonstrates wilful disregard for the established science on climate change.
Letters to the Editor If we wish to make good use of the Gungahlin/Civic corridor, some form of high-capacity fixed rail seems the only economically viable option.
Letters to the Editor Surely this city can generate the imagination and ingenuity to adapt the Northbourne housing group for current-day uses.
Zed Seselja's foray into Tuggeranong town planning appears a bit hit and miss.
Letters to the Editor If people are keen to invest $630 million on one short tram route, then they should be permitted to buy shares.
ANU's Medical School has recently celebrated its 10th anniversary and much has been made of the 669 graduates.
I despair at the self-indulgence shown by members of the Legislative Assembly.