THE rate of homelessness in the ACT has increased 70 per cent in the last five years, according to the latest census data. We...
RESIDENTS of the inner-northern suburb of Downer can apparently take some pride in a tenuous link to the building of our great nation. The...
PROBABLY it was appropriate they did it. And it was best they did it together. But seeing Malcolm Turnbull and Bill Shorten dash off...
“Once you tell the world, you encourage everyone to come here and presto! It’s a crowded and you can’t park anywhere."
“Instead of the outpouring of support for the bushfire victims – even internationally – Mr Fluffy owners have had a slow struggle to understand what will happen to them.
“We already know what failure looks like – so let’s take some risks and shake things up," says property columnist CATHERINE CARTER
MALCOLM Turnbull needed a few more days in The Lodge, thinks columnist Robert Macklin (CN, September 20). Really? Why? So he could destroy, irrevocably, the...
Cartoonist PAUL DORIN looks a life in the new world of dating.
“A popular Australian prime minister probably has greater control over his country’s governance than an American president," writes columnist ROBERT MACKLIN
“Ad hocery, spin and deception are now the key tools being used to decide the future of the former CSIRO site in Campbell,” writes Canberra Matters columnist PAUL COSTIGAN.
THE fate of the legislation facilitating medical evacuations from Manus and Nauru depends on the response of the crossbenchers to compromise amendments Labor is...
"At least 90 per cent of Belconnen residents I have questioned over the last few years do not support the government’s obsession with continually planting gum trees," says letter writer JUSTINE LANGDON, of Cook.
“In the tech-pundit world, the watch has been described as a flop... but 11.6 million of the watches were sold in 2015, which is something many would consider robust," write Lowbrow columnist JOHN GRIFFITHS
PAUL WALSHE, the chair of Respite Care for Queanbeyan, writes in praise of heroic carers and says his committee's local building project is just one solution short of being built.
All hail Steve Smith, says cartoonist PAUL DORIN.
“It will only take one more serious thump to make it nigh on impossible for the Barr government to recover enough to win the election," writes political columnist MICHAEL MOORE
"You can always exchange an item but you can’t demand a refund if a present is the wrong size or colour or if you change your mind," writes Frair Trading commissioner David Snowden
"Why, oh why, are we drip feeding the supply of land for detached houses so as to only meet the needs of the privileged middle and upper middle class?