Local members of Amnesty International appreciate the CT editorial from October 20.
So David Lyonhjelm wants softer gun controls.
One matter the Canberra Liberals might care to ponder in their soul-searching is the party's failure to challenge Labor's assertion that it was "progressive".
I request that our new government reconsider its proposed residential intrusion of the West Basin foreshore.
ACTPLA's Neighbourhood Plan for Forrest promised to respect "its rich garden suburb legacy and its inner south location". Sadly that has not happened.
After watching the ABC Four Corners program about refugees on Nauru, I was ashamed to be Australian.
With no single commentator willing or able to predict an election outcome, Saturday was an evening of surprises for all.
It is now almost impossible to buy property without two incomes.
There is something wrong with our prevailing attitude to animals.
It appears Chief Minister Andrew Barr's "signature policy for urban renewal" – not applying tax cuts for developers who pick up windfall gains – does not apply to the developers of the Brumbies site.
One has to wonder at the true nature of Andrew Barr's urban aesthetic vision.
I am saddened and sickened by the number of people who think it's OK to drive over a live and injured animal.
Drawing a link with the Gold Coast project is flawed, readers say.
I visited Butters Bridge across the Molonglo River last weekend to see the much publicised views.
The proposed $14 billion for light rail would be far better spent on building accommodation for the homeless.
Renewables are working well, both in Australia and overseas.
I was very disappointed to read the strange "news" article about the booming Watoto Ugandan church.
The government is keen to bring more rallying action to the ACT and is exploring whether it could bid for top championship races.
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Ian Narev, Commonwealth Bank's CEO, does not even have to emulate Liberace and cry all the way to the bank – he is already there.
Two years ago we visited and found Floriade to be fabulous, floral and festive. This year, well, flaccid comes to mind.
Labor and the Greens could soon be claiming a mandate to spend a billion dollars on a tram service south of the lake.
That the ACT Labor Party has financial links to poker machines will obviously come as a surprise to some Labor Party Legislative Assembly candidates.
The only way to minimise the illegitimate influence of political donations is parallel legislation across all jurisdictions.
The silence has been deafening over the "dudding" of the Canberra Raiders in the NRL preliminary final.
An unofficial thank-you to those people who put the election signs I see on the roadside.
We really don't need any more evidence as to why politicians rank near the bottom of the scale for public trust.
How about a littering blitz in Canberra with the proceeds used to fund hospital equipment, or to help fund quit smoking campaigns?
Richard Denniss needs to invent straw-man arguments against the tram.
Patients are presenting to a new $16 million Emergency Department extension at the Canberra hospital with acute conditions only to be moved from the acute unit to the sub-acute unit without being treated – giving the impression that ACT Health's four-hour waiting period stats look good.