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Higher petrol prices reflect a lack of competition? Don’t think so
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Higher petrol prices reflect a lack of competition? Don’t think so

The price gap between here and elsewhere is about 25¢ a litre.

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Awards system needs a massive overhaul to end the inequities
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Awards system needs a massive overhaul to end the inequities

Why do people performing some classes of work receive special honours and awards, while others do not?

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Accountability should be reinforced at AFP
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Accountability should be reinforced at AFP

The AFP has been accused of bias in favour of Peter Dutton.

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Petrol price gouging is going to stay
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Petrol price gouging is going to stay

The introduction of real-time petrol price monitoring called for in your editorial would likely lead to only a marginal reduction.

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Drone capital a fitting title for city with more than its share
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Drone capital a fitting title for city with more than its share

I strongly recommend that the ACT government consider using a new slogan proclaiming ‘‘Canberra: the Drone Capital’’.

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Development 'solutions' do little to inspire faith in government
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Development 'solutions' do little to inspire faith in government

Will Stage 1 light rail require an overhead storey of extra tracks within a decade?

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Can we save Northbourne Avenue from wall-to-wall towers?
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Can we save Northbourne Avenue from wall-to-wall towers?

How would 15-storey apartment blocks promote the significance of our capital?

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Source of water problem obvious, solutions just as clear
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Source of water problem obvious, solutions just as clear

The locals at Menindee can tell Bill Shorten what is needed if he will listen.

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We can acknowledge mistakes and aspire to a better future
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We can acknowledge mistakes and aspire to a better future

Australia Day should be seen as a chance to celebrate multicultural heritage.

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Proposed franking credit grab will devalue Aussie companies
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Proposed franking credit grab will devalue Aussie companies

Imagine the outcry if Labor told PAYG employees that if the ATO took too much tax from them they would not refund it.

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IQs as a theory under assault
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IQs as a theory under assault

IQ tests merely serve as dynamic performance indicators rather than immutable, reproducible, ineluctable findings.

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