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Raiders can afford fine for playing away from home

Raiders can afford fine for playing away from home

The ACT government should be congratulated for fining the Canberra Raiders $150,000.

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Keeping costs low balanced with breaking even
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Keeping costs low balanced with breaking even

We wish tickets at the Canberra International Music Festival could be a gold coin donation as you suggest.

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Respect for human rights cuts both ways
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Respect for human rights cuts both ways

Perhaps equal attention should be given to responsibilities and the need to respect the rights of others.

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May the force be with our new Adelaide-based space agency
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May the force be with our new Adelaide-based space agency

I am pleased to see that the Australian Space Agency has moved on from being an aspirational web page.

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Murujuga's engravings under threat from industrial fumes
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Murujuga's engravings under threat from industrial fumes

Science can be used to enhance the stories told by the Indigenous rock art of the Burrup Peninsula.

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A simple downsizing would solve many of Canberra's current woes
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A simple downsizing would solve many of Canberra's current woes

Looking at the various problems facing Canberra in 2019, I realised what we need to do is to move on from "sustainability" and downsize Canberra.

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Can hypocrisy reach greater height than government on Phelps’ bill?
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Can hypocrisy reach greater height than government on Phelps’ bill?

To consider it ethical to take an early mark and run from the house to avoid voting on a bill with life and death consequences is immoral.

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UNHCR attack on asylum policy is the pot calling the kettle black
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UNHCR attack on asylum policy is the pot calling the kettle black

Australia has done more for the asylum seekers on Manus and Nauru than all other nations on Earth collectively have done.

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Efforts to increase cycling in the capital may not work
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Efforts to increase cycling in the capital may not work

Encouraging more Canberrans to cycle to work and other destinations is admirable, desirable and cost effective.

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Rather than point scoring, how about running the country?
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Rather than point scoring, how about running the country?

The political game playing in Parliament – particularly on the government benches – on the last sitting day of the year was disgraceful.

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Sir John Monash Centre deserves greater recognition
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Sir John Monash Centre deserves greater recognition

The spectacular achievements of the Australian Corps under Sir John Monash in France have always been buried under the fanfare for the sad Gallipoli debacle.

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