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Apartment pain felt by too many in Canberra
Opinion
Opinion

Apartment pain felt by too many in Canberra

Why would anyone who is not extremely wealthy risk downsizing to a new Canberra apartment?

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Could we please, finally, have a fast first world train service?
Opinion
Trains

Could we please, finally, have a fast first world train service?

Fast, efficient Talgo trains are operating in other countries. So why can't we have them?

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Government will never recover from its moral bankruptcy
Opinion
Opinion

Government will never recover from its moral bankruptcy

What is it that the ministers of this government have in common?

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Shameful to boost weapons trade with arms fair
Opinion
Guns

Shameful to boost weapons trade with arms fair

Military exports have been linked to human rights abuses in Yemen.

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Flooding tragedy in the north is not about money
Opinion
Opinion

Flooding tragedy in the north is not about money

This is certainly a tragedy, but only, it seems, in regard to the monetary losses to the farmers.

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Tow-back policy no game changer in trying to deter asylum seekers
Opinion
Opinion

Tow-back policy no game changer in trying to deter asylum seekers

Offshore processing was a vital part of Australia's policy framework that ultimately stopped the boats.

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Leigh’s emotive language masks irrational tax policies
Opinion
Opinion

Leigh’s emotive language masks irrational tax policies

Can Andrew Leigh explain how money taxed at a low rate became tax-free a few sentences later?

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Science and love of national park inform calls for feral horse cull
Opinion
Wildlife

Science and love of national park inform calls for feral horse cull

Those working to oppose the NSW legislation are not acting purely on ideological grounds.

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Petrol prices driving motorists up the wall
Opinion
Opinion

Petrol prices driving motorists up the wall

The rip-off of Canberra and Queanbeyan motorists is costing each us around $10 per week for each 50-litre refill.

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A little clarity and compassion on hospital parking sorely needed
Opinion
Opinion

A little clarity and compassion on hospital parking sorely needed

Does this lack of signage assist in car park revenue collection?

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Labor's income-splitting policy seeks to end family trust 'lurks'

Labor's income-splitting policy seeks to end family trust 'lurks'

A few years ago, a friend told me about a lurk one of his wealthy business mates was engaged in.

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