Cartoonist PAUL DORIN sees virtue in some retail therapy.
"Those running for public office would be wise not to treat the electorate with contempt or indifference because as individuals we capable of dispatching you to the rubbish bin of history." Letter writer JOHN LAWRENCE, of Flynn, is holding nothing back.
This week we're grateful for grants, politicians, hairdressers and a giraffe's birthday... it's another "Seven Days" with IAN MEIKLE.
Who'd be a pilot right now, ponders cartoonist PAUL DORIN.
Cartoonist PAUL DORIN goes shopping in the modern world.
Scott Morrison says of the war against COVID-19: “On some days the virus wins. On other days we beat it.” This week, the virus was counting its victories most days, writes political columnist MICHELLE GRATTAN.
Cartoonist PAUL DORIN'S look at love in the covid world.
When only the best mask will do...
"The ACT government is decimating our club sector on a purported gaming harm platform, yet is failing to spend funds raised to help Canberrans impacted by gambling," bemoans letter writer GWYN REES, of ClubsACT.
Expat Victorian EDDIE WILLIAMS finds himself in a strange kind of purgatory; family and friends are but an hour’s flight away and yet they may as well be at the North Pole...
"Canberra Matters" columnist PAUL COSTIGAN loves to explore supermarket aisles for the gems of diversity.
There's a smouldering mystery in Minister Mick Gentleman's office: How much does a firefighter cost? Pre-election tight lips aren't telling as the minister signs up 99 more firies. It's "Seven Days" with IAN MEIKLE.
When it comes to selecting a mask, care is needed, says cartoonist PAUL DORIN.
Another cartoon from the wry eye of PAUL DORIN.
Cartoonist PAUL DORIN has a fun look at lockdowns...
What has woken Andrew Barr from his long slumber and made him aware of what the developers are trying to get away with in Canberra wonders letter writer ANN COOPER, of Wanniassa.
Seven years on and there are still asylum seekers taken by Australia to Manus Island and Nauru. KIRRILY JORDAN looks at how Australia turned compassion for refugees into another year of torture.
War Memorial chair Kerry Stokes says it's all "special interest groups" and mostly from Canberra opposing his $500 expansion, nevertheless there was some heavy artillery being fired at the project. It's another "Seven Days" in Canberra with IAN MEIKLE.
Social distancing is affecting everyone!
Cartoonist PAUL DORIN sees a new frontier in border crossing...