"Stone the crows… shoot, gas them, I don’t care." ROBERT MACKLIN really doesn't like crows!
Letter writer JANE ALLEN, of Watson, describes the frustrations and setbacks to buying an electric car in Canberra...
The community was walloped with a harsh increase in electricity prices just in time for the cold months of winter, while P-platers were basking in a 79-cents-a-week incentive to drive carefully. Seriously. It's "Seven Days" with IAN MEIKLE.
Cartoonist PAUL DORIN sees some unintended consequences from these days of vaccine rollouts.
Scott Morrison, who was embraced as a bro’ by Donald Trump, now seeks to become one of Joe Biden’s besties, writes political columnist MICHELLE GRATTAN.
"Cat containment is a welcome… first small step in what must become a national drive to contain – or better still, eliminate – the carnage to native wildlife perpetrated by this imported predator," says "The Gadfly" columnist ROBERT MACKLIN.
Letter writer and dying-with-dignity campaigner GREG CORNWELL is worried about the successful local legislative outcome if we decide to create our own law on voluntary assisted dying.
"She’s already there in so many ways... except for the screaming. Boss baby chose this method of communication a long time ago and, sadly, it just hasn’t quit our lives," bemoans "Mummy" columnist KATE MEIKLE.
Is anyone is thinking 'extortion' in regard to tree trimming near power lines in Canberra? That's the questioned posed and answered in "Seven Days" with IAN MEIKLE this week.
Cartoonist PAUL DORIN thinks there are too many people on government handouts...
Another cartoon from the wry eye of PAUL DORIN.
This week the prime minister tried to hold out on giving assistance to Victorians, hoping the state’s latest lockdown would last only seven days. But he had to capitulate, writes political columnist MICHELLE GRATTAN.
Cartoonist PAUL DORIN captures the tale of two states right now...
"I should have been killed many times over, but so far have managed to dodge death or injury. But we all probably know people who were killed unexpectedly, often through no fault of their own," writes "Whimsy" columnist CLIVE WILLIAMS.
New "expert" advice is in – don't say the vaccine rollout is "not a race", writes political columnist MICHELLE GRATTAN.
Letter writer ERIC HUNTER, of Cook, is reaching out to assure indigenous, strip-search victim Julianne Williams that there are people who care about her plight, including him and his wife...
"Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese's commitments to action on climate change, to a Federal Integrity Commission and to Makarrata were totally believable. That’s no more than a community deserves, but it does make a welcome change," writes "The Gadfly" columnist ROBERT MACKLIN.
Homelessness of humans, homes for earless dragons, safer road signs and stolen cars. It's another "Seven Days" with IAN MEIKLE.
"Where, oh where, was Chief Minister Andrew Barr? I have searched the records and can find not a single indication of his support for Bernard Collaery," writes "The Gadfly" columnist ROBERT MACKLIN.
"An Aboriginal person in Canberra is 19.4 times more likely to be sent to prison than a non-Aboriginal person. The highest rate ratio in Australia. Without argument, this is more than a disgrace – it is obscene," writes columnist JON STANHOPE.