The ACT Law Society is condemning the ACT government's removal of a defendant's right to a fair trial, calling it "unsound and misguided".
Cartoonist PAUL DORIN sees a downside to home schooling...
Letter writer JACK KERSHAW, of Kambah, reckons cost and circumstance should influence the ACT government to reconsider sending the tram over the lake.
"The nation is underprepared to deal most effectively with the current challenges. Spending on prevention is like an insurance policy: it is difficult to see the value unless there is a disaster," writes political columnist MICHAEL MOORE.
"When venturing out was possible, it was to confront the reality of large groups of men who believe they could dominate community spaces in packs and behave in an intimidating and aggressive way towards women or anyone who challenges their behaviour," writes "Canberra Matters" columnist PAUL COSTIGAN.
Things are changing and this time is challenging for the arts scene, but it's still going, reports arts editor HELEN MUSA. Some creatives are even sharing some fun!
Art / “There’s Nothing To See Here”, Sally O’Neill, m16artspace.com.au, to April 5. Reviewed by ROB KENNEDY.
Police are renewing their calls to the public to help locate 19-year-old Talia Niki after she went missing last week.
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