Can we have a 'citizen jury' to consider the question of sacking the Legislative Assembly.
The key to a successful life in Australia is to be a competent English speaker. Is that a value?
I was trying to make sense of Barnaby Joyce's utterances supporting his call to move the AVMA to Armidale ...
There are no tracks and it required near superhuman strength to make progress in places.
It might be time to start taxing house sales to buyers who are not Australian passport holders.
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Honour our fallen and scorn the politicians who waged the wars
Parliamentarians on Anzac Day mouth words like they were "fighting for democracy" or "a better tomorrow" but neither a better life nor peace followed.
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Australia well positioned to hold measured talks with North Korea
Mark Kenny's article makes no attempt to look at the situation from a North Korean perspective.
Malcolm Turnbull is full of bluster about "Australian Values", but when pressed for detail offers slogans.
The government's response to trouble on Manus Island was no surprise.
The cost of decentralisation will be astronomical at a time we are supposed to be addressing an enormous budget deficit.
Trump insists that we need US nuclear weapons for our protection and refuses to rule out their use on our behalf.
We hear of no serious attempts by the government to protect workers' wages and conditions.
Thank you for your enlightening piece on how Harry Potter has provided a generation of impressionable youth with incorrect economic ideas.
I have a personal electronic monitor, otherwise known as my Samsung S4 mobile phone, with me constantly.
The proposed relocation of public housing tenants to Weston Creek is a vexed and very emotive issue.
Faith, atheism, housing affordability and a late-running tram.
How could a developer buy an enormous block of Civic land without knowing about the very public controversy surrounding it?
And how did an 'external' bus report become an 'internal' government secret?
Reading recent letters pages, one could be forgiven for thinking that the heartless ACT government has been clearing Braddon of public housing.
In his first measured statement on military matters, President Donald Trump said: "It is in the vital national security interest of the United States to prevent and deter the spread and use of deadly chemical weapons."
I too support deeper thinking about human survival, especially from a proposed centre at our national university.
Wiser heads in cleverer countries have adopted the approach of making drugs boring.
The mild warming that we have experienced since the end of the Little Ice Age has been hugely beneficial.
I am, with grief and much sadness, the former owner of an allegedly Mr Fluffy home.
I acknowledge the increasing, widespread customer concern in relation to billing.
We should be very proud of the quality of both our specialists and GPs in Canberra, and recognise that the care provided is second to none.
I support the comments by John Brummell (Letters, March 30). The predominant reaction to global warming: climate change is based on the doubtful premise that if all the countries of the world move in unison to clean electrical energy as rapidly as their individual circumstances will permit then the temperature rise can be limited to two degrees Celsius and that will be the best outcome.
Humanity is facing huge threats which most of us - especially our governments - contrive to ignore
Self-government was inevitable but no one anticipated quite the level of incompetence.
While the CSD has played down the issue, rejecting allegations young people are still routinely strip searched on their induction into or return to Bimberi, it has not, and cannot, deny such searches do take place on a not infrequent basis.