"While most of us look forward to having access to an affordable electric vehicle, there is a serious human rights issue that needs to be considered as society makes the switch.," says "Canberra Matters" columnist PAUL COSTIGAN.
"The ACT government has a target of 15 per cent of social housing within new multi-unit developments. That target was ignored when social-housing sites were sold for development along Northbourne Avenue," says columnist PAUL COSTIGAN.
JON STANHOPE and KHALID AHMED are concerned at the bureaucratic mocking of people seeking care at an emergency department because of a subjective assessment that their condition is 'mundane', but it all comes down to underfunding.
The chief minister was an embarrassment to his position with a performance on radio that "Seven Days" columnist IAN MEIKLE – not a psychologist – says gave a startling insight into a man realising perhaps the spin is coming unstuck.
"There’s the common perception that the bureaucracy lauds it over the politicians. If so, it’s a democratic problem to have unelected bureaucrats running the show," says "Canberra Matters" columnist PAUL COSTIGAN.