"The ACT Labor government has already served more than 21 years. It's highly unlikely that historians and archaeologists in another two millennia will be digging up the hospital and looking in wonder," writes columnist MICHAEL MOORE.
"The ACT’s increase in debt is largely due to poor financial management and deficits in the primary cash balance which have of necessity been funded through borrowings," say JON STANHOPE and KHALID AHMED.
"To her enduring credit, Kate Carnell decided, unlike Andrew Barr, that the fact GIO Stadium was owned by the Commonwealth was irrelevant, what mattered was ensuring that the needs of the Canberra community were met," writes JON STANHOPE.
"The ACT government has clearly decided that enhanced growth in health costs is unaffordable and has therefore ceased funding for population growth and aging et al," write JON STANHOPE and Dr KHALID AHMED.
"I think it regrettable that neither the Minister nor relevant officers have referred to the dead man by his name. I find that dehumanising and disrespectful and unnecessarily hurtful to his family," writes columnist JON STANHOPE.
"There is no one else to blame. Just after Labor came into government in 2002-03, the ACT waiting times in emergency departments were amongst the best in Australia. They are now the worst," writes MICHAEL MOORE.
"Even I felt a tad sorry for the Greens at just how embarrassing, if not humiliating, the decision to abandon the centrepiece of their much flaunted 'Building Communities not Prisons' initiative must have been for them," writes JON STANHOPE
"Shane Rattenbury acknowledged the hurt and pain of the Aboriginal woman at the centre of the travesty and tendered, on behalf of the Greens, his regret and sorrow at her treatment," writes columnist JON STANHOPE.
"A quick look at social media reflects the anger felt by 'Ken Behrens' in the fading hope of home ownership with so little land being made available and prices skyrocketing," writes political columnist MICHAEL MOORE.
"If our health system comes under serious pressure from an increase in COVID-19 cases, it can be expected there will be a significant reduction in hospital access and in elective surgery," says political columnist MICHAEL MOORE.