Bill Collopy In reading as in guitars, we have our acoustic and electric moods.
Geoff Gordon (Letters, July 23) repeats lines against Ukraine used by the Russian security service and its disinformation organs.
Daniel Flitton Politicians rank between door-to-door spruikers and insurance salespeople as a profession inspiring trust.
Natasha Rudra Skywhale rises but does the fantastical artwork lift its audience's spirits as well?
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor The timeline summary of ''Other civilian planes shot down'' has one particularly glaring omission.
Brian Yatman The balance of power
The following adjudication has been issued by the Australian Press Council.
We should be proud of Julie Bishop and our United Nations Ambassador, Gary Quinlan; their actions in the UN Security Council and behind the scenes have achieved outcomes of immense importance.
Glasgow has much to prove to Edinburgh, the English and those who say the Commonwealth Games is an outdated anachronism.
Judith Woods Love is a battlefield - but rekindling the romance can be a lot simpler than some would have you believe.
"How long is eternity?" asks Marion Jordan, of Crookwell. "'Live Forever!' – that was the offer in a time-wasting game I was playing on my tablet recently."
Mark Latham It’s the great Labor lie. A dazzling piece of sophistry designed to deflect from the true purpose of party reform.
Chris Maher, Ian Harris, Rachelle Buchbinder This month the prestigious New England Journal of Medicine published a paper reporting that epidural glucocorticoid (or ''steroid'') injections are no more effective than a sham, or placebo treatment...
Roger La Salle The demise of wealth creators in favour of service providers is a death knell for Australia.
Diana Elliott The PUP senator's deadpan humour was lost in the stampede to condemn her.
Paul Sheehan The mind-boggling stupidity of the armed masked men at the MH17 crash site, and their blatantly lying superiors, has changed the equation in Ukraine and Europe.
Elizabeth Farrelly Call me naive, March Hare, but I dream of a world where words mean what they say. Where governments are not closet corporations devoted to diddling their funders (us) by pretending that ‘'public...
Gordon Brown A worldwide vigil linking groups fighting for girls' rights could lead to the great civil rights movement of this generation.
Derek Rielly Last Saturday, the paper didn't bounce into my front yard. It's my signal to wake up, drain a coffee and bury my face into acres of broadsheet and fail the Good Weekend quiz for the 700th consecutive...
The Canberra Times Joko Widodo, the former Governor of Jakarta, has been formally announced as the victor of the Indonesia presidential campaign, having defeated his rival Prabowo Subianto by about eight million votes...