With better goodwill, surely planning, development and consultation can be done better all round
I fear the people of this city will re-elect another Labor government on October 15.
There's a solution to welfare reform if the government has the political gumption to introduce it.
The Opposition's plan to build two 20-bed public hospitals in Gungahlin and Tuggeranong is a cynical exercise to extract votes from the most gullible in those areas.
There is no evidence developers will accede to development demands judging by past and current experience.
Mature debate, an inclusive process, a fair and just outcome – all that sort of thing. Good democracy in action.
Why are ACT taxpayers footing the bill for a slipway
All planning should be for future generations and our long-term wellbeing, not based primarily on profit.
It is important that voters are aware of the Barr government's record over the past four years
Dick Smith is a true Aussie patriot when he sticks his neck out on Australia's submarine contracts.
Why sling taxpayer dollars to groups so they can 'argue their case'?
The electorate should be widely informed of the financial implications of building a light rail network.
Despite lauding the Bruce Hall experience, ANU has made no attempt to preserve its social heritage.
he Prime Minister's dole cuts could be terminal for his Coalition at the next federal election.
We have been through the Dickson Towers saga. Now Bruce Hall is definitely for the bulldozer
Joe Dimasi's reported views ignore that the water which flows over dams is not wasted, but becomes available downstream for other users.
I write in relation to the article "ACT at risk of developing leaky building syndrome".
I'm not a betting man nor a conspiracy theorist, but I'd have laid odds that the NRL would cite the Raiders' Jack Wighton for his apparent shoulder charge.
I'm not a betting man, but I'd have laid odds that the NRL would cite the Raiders' Jack Wighton.
I would not mind an estimated bill if the gas retailer had some reasonable basis for making an estimate.
Restoring rail freight facilities to transport rubbish across the border seems laudable, but perhaps the ACT should recycle its waste within its own locale.
Annabel Crabb discussed the problematic Australian Parliament elected on July 2, 2016 (ie in terms of its composition).
We too share the same experience in Forrest of ugly shipping containers plonked on properties for an unknown period.
The ACT's judiciary must improve its response to violent elder abuse.
Now it is official. The Gungahlin-Civic light rail project is not about good public transport.
Imagine trying to sell your house for its true worth, with a couple of full-sized shipping container plonked in front of your neighbours' houses for months, even years, on end.
Scott Morrison sure is intimidating when he plays it tough while giving us his plans for curing the economy.
The RBA has repeatedly reduced rates, cutting our income by over 60 per cent.
What happens if all surplus assessable assets have been used up?