The Catholic bishops might be falling over each other to promise not to cover up future sexual abuse by celibates.
To my surprise, and delight, the minister accepted my challenge.
It is obvious Ian Warden is well travelled.
Cutting income of the lowest earners in the country makes absolutely no sense.
What I find most appalling is the cowardice of our elected representatives in their failure to stand up and demand more humane refugee policy.
I have a problem with being contacted to donate to ensure the viability of my local Rural Fire Brigade.
The spate of letters regarding ActewAGL and their billing problems hit a nerve in our household.
How could anyone read Michael Gordon's article about the young cartoonist, Ali, or "Eaten fish", from Iran without being sickened at the treatment he has received on Manus Island?
Malcolm Turnbull has been seeking to discredit support for renewable electricity generation as merely "ideological".
Why is it that we elect people who revert to unacceptable behaviour?
ACT politicians must honour their election promises to completely overhaul the Planning and Development Act.
The ongoing saga of the proposed redevelopment of a heritage building near Manuka Circle ("Manuka residents knocked back in bid to stop development in Forrest fire station precinct", canberratimes.com.au, February 13), demonstrates the deficiencies of the ACT's planning regime.
Being a Canberran can be just a state of mind, but publicly committing to it sends a clear message that this is the best place in Australia to live forever.
Bec Cody would be better off concentrating on problems in the nation's capital.
I read with interest Michael Gorey's article on the possible development of a National Park for the Mount Majura, Mount Ainslie, Mulligans Flat area in the ACT.
There is huge potential to convert the gorges and Ginninderra Falls area into a world-class conservation park.
Your article ("Massacre as joeys bludgeoned", February 13, p.3) summarises the ACT government's position on kangaroo culling in terms of protecting biodiversity and to prevent starvation among the kangaroos.
Talk about getting screwed left, right and centre by energy companies.
Readers of The Sunday Canberra Times on February 5 should applaud Adam Morton's report ("Climate action splits economists", p14) that there is no consensus among economists on the optimum approach for curtailing the effects of climate change.
Thanks to Vyom Sharma for drawing attention to the dangerous scam that is homeopathy.
Why do the poorest have to suffer in order for the childcare reforms to come into effect?
The ACT government's budget priorities in the 2016-17 mid-budget review are totally wrong.
Dame Enid Muriel Lyons was the first woman to be appointed to federal cabinet.
While it is very hard to argue with the axing of the Gold Card scheme for former MPs it is the actions of serving parliamentarians that are failing the pub test.
Dr Koelmeyer's advice is fine for labs, border collies, cattle dogs and kelpies who are more interested in saying hello than attacking.
Neither Malcolm Turnbull nor Julie Bishop have refuted Donald Trump's suggestion that asylum seekers caught up in the refugee resettlement deal are "illegals" or "the next Boston bombers".
I was interested to read of Murray Upton's experience of being overcharged by ActewAGL.
Should we continue to force 24 million Australians to share roads and footpaths with motorised vehicles that can harm fragile bodies?
Infill around all suburban centres (large and small) is the only realistic alternative to tram corridor development.
Governments come and go, but I hope the warm relations of the American and Australian people will endure.