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?
Remember this, people, when you vote on Saturday. Malcolm Turnbull states his government is a stable one.
It is good to see that Zed Seselja is opposed to the zone around the health building ("Seselja hits out at abortion clinic protest laws as an attack on freedom", June 23, p1)
If there is anyone who makes my blood boil, it must be those who get others to pay for their own wealth creation.
In this election, the issue affecting every almost aspect of our lives will barely rate a mention.
I see Zed Seselja has materialised to bleatingly and belatedly state that he opposes the move of 170 public servants to Armidale.
Andrew Barr's recent statement that it would cost up to $400 million to cancel the tram contract highlights the irresponsibility of the government .
Your report "Rethink on City to Lake project" got my hopes up – alas, too soon.
The Auditor General has now confirmed that tram sceptics are in fact right.
Everyone appears to be "talking" about the ACT Auditor's non-discounted costing for Gungahlin light rail project of $1.78 billion as if this 12km plus track is going to be the panacea of Canberra's perceived traffic congestion.
I, too, am rejoicing that the ACT government has delivered protection for our unofficial town hall.
One of the wealthiest countries in the world cannot afford a world-class health system.
I am concerned that any more health cuts will affect the Canberra community and those who depend on our hospitals.
Apparently, any attack upon the idea of free health care would be the end of Medicare.
A famous mayor of Bogota in Colombia once said that everyone has a right to safe mobility, and not just for the people travelling in cars.
Andrew Barr and Barnaby Joyce are both engaging in pork-barrelling and also avoiding a cost-benefit analysis of their respective proposals.
Twice a week, at about 8.30, I drive north along Gungahlin Drive from Aranda.
I can't help wondering if readers bothered to contact Zed's office to complain rather than venting to the newspaper.
Andrew Barr should do away with basing rates on a percentage of unimproved capital value.
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A contract is a binding legal agreement. It's the basis of commerce, of civil society.
Having failed to persuade a large proportion of voters that the Capital Metro scheme makes any sense, the ACT government is resorting to slogans and buzzwords.
If Australia changes its Prime Minister for the sixth time in 10 years, it may be time to take a holistic view of the outcome.
Chief executive of Infrastructure Partnerships Australia Brendan Lyon (Letters, June 3) asserts I misunderstand the financial implications of dishonouring the light rail contract, or have been "misled by the Canberra Liberals". Wrong.
Zed Seselja's publicly funded constituent birthday cards are a waste of taxpayers' money.
The changes to superannuation being proposed by the Turnbull government are a good first step.
R.J. Nairn misunderstands the significant damage for Canberra taxpayers if the Liberals dishonour the light rail contract.
Waleed Aly's article ("Nix to vote for, only against", Times2, May 27, p1) discussed the reasons people vote against their leaders.