Environmental lobby groups ignore the full facts in their quest for ideological goals.
Under a headline as offensive as it is inaccurate, Jack Waterford makes a number of errors.
Thought is being given to legislation that has been reliant upon the votes of non-members.
In aligning ourselves with the US over North Korea, are we sleep walking towards another Vietnam or Iraq?
Foxtel's coverage of the AFL and NRL is first class, now we can watch international games live and in high definition.
Urban development has been the government's Achilles heel.
Progress and its inherent change can take a long time and then an event occurs that accelerates support for change.
Congratulations to those involved in the export to Singapore. Could you find a way to export the chief minister?
The Plebiscite Bill has once again been rejected by the Senate. I support that decision.
The postal plebiscite seems overly complex, as well as risking a costly and time-consuming court challenge to its validity.
Thirty years ago, I believed the future held great things for gender equality.
The rumoured move of ABC TV's 7.30 would only be repeating previous failures.
It is surprising, but nevertheless welcomed, to see that the "family trust" issue is being discussed more openly.
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Wall-to-wall weapons ads paints a bellicose picture at the airport
There was an irony in the article "Airport on schedule amid security beef-up" and its accompanying photo.
Read how Mr Barr is going to legislate to give the UnionsACT and its affiliates even greater power.
John Madelly Snr makes the ultimate comment on "The Gay Vote".
Amanda Vanstone, please step aside and let people with an actual agenda have a go.
Coles managing director John Durkan failed to recognise the obesity epidemic engulfing the community.
The headlines should read "Spending exceeds income by whopping 170 per cent", but they won't.
The militarisation of our society gathers pace with the new mega Home Affairs security department.
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Time to simplify the ridiculous situation over dual citizenship
A person with dual citizenship is currently entitled to fight and die for Australia but not serve in its Parliament. Huh?
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: 1984 makes wonderful theatre but Dutton and co our awful reality
It sent a shiver down my spine to see life imitating art to such a degree at the brilliant opening-night production of 1984.
The ACT Revenue Office is so far behind in its work that it is still responding to emails sent in April.
There continues to be a ridiculous amount of positions advertised by the public service and ACT government that are, in essence, fake vacancies.
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Few people, including politicians, understand value of space agency
Paul Malone comments disparagingly that establishing a space agency would be a waste of time. He does not know what he is talking about.
I loved reading the stories of the "Public Service Birds" but risk sounding like a cranky old woman.
There seems to be too many problems emerging from WA with the selection and qualification of candidates.
It is hard not to question the political motives of our PM.
ACT Policing and Minister Mick Gentleman are one-trick ponies when it comes to addressing gun crime.
Our first female Doctor Who has been on the cards since at least the 1980s.