"The Australian National Audit Office has exposed major issues with the $660 million of taxpayers’ money that was part of a pre-election campaign planned and executed by Liberal ministers," writes political columnist MICHAEL MOORE.
"Abolishing stamp duty for the purchase of homes is part of the long-term tax reform of the ACT government. Rates are increasing rapidly, but stamp-duty concessions are moving at a snail’s pace," writes political columnist MICHAEL MOORE.
THEY drive me crazy! Veering all over the road like drunken drivers of a past era all because they cannot wait a moment to send a text or wait to return a call." MICHAEL MOORE welcomes phone-detection cameras.
"Even Barnaby Joyce is fed up, accusing the government of playing the racist game and arguing there'd be no question if the daughters were white girls called Jane and Sally," writes political columnist MICHAEL MOORE.
"Community confidence in the Australian federal government is rapidly slipping as a result of the recent handling of the pandemic and the vaccine rollout in particular," says politics columnist MICHAEL MOORE.
"Canberra is inexorably falling into line with unplanned cities across the world. This may suit the giants of property development, but the changes undermine the benefit of being an average Canberran," says columnist MICHAEL MOORE.
"With Labor on the back foot, the community generally onside over the government’s handling of the pandemic, there is a very real temptation to go to an early election," writes politics columnist MICHAEL MOORE.
"In an attempt to deal with the pandemic, there has been huge financial support from taxpayers. Governments are right to support a waiver of the international restrictions on vaccine patents," writes political columnist MICHAEL MOORE