Science can be used to enhance the stories told by the Indigenous rock art of the Burrup Peninsula.
Looking at the various problems facing Canberra in 2019, I realised what we need to do is to move on from "sustainability" and downsize Canberra.
Encouraging more Canberrans to cycle to work and other destinations is admirable, desirable and cost effective.
The spectacular achievements of the Australian Corps under Sir John Monash in France have always been buried under the fanfare for the sad Gallipoli debacle.
Want a solution to urban sprawl? How about curbing population growth?
I ponder the opportunity cost of $1 billion, the endless months of construction chaos and loss of trees.
Shane Rattenbury's $100 analogy falls flat when it comes to supporting the case for a 100 per cent renewable energy target.
Thank God Bec Cody is on the case worrying about our place names instead of tackling homelessness.
People want to live here because they can escape into our beautiful bush, not be surrounded by 113-metre tall residential towers.
The ACT government ignored the business case for rapid transit to Gungahlin and chose the doubly expensive, slower option of light rail.
It is a bit belated, but nevertheless gratifying, that the Prime Minister has recognised that there is a cost to immigration.
Extensions to the Australian War Memorial continue to inspire debate among readers.
The next issue eight-year-old dynamo Daliah Lee should tackle on her way to becoming Prime Minister is the sugar content in many cereals.
While everyone in Canberra can reasonably feel misled by the forecast, BoM will claim it was accurate.
This should be especially the case in beer-loving countries such as Australia, in Ireland, where beer prices could "almost triple".
The ACT would not want a five-square-kilometre or so plot of vacant land with around 2000 unruly citizens to look after.
We should remember that the rest of the world is surviving by expending natural capital.
Yes, I am a NIMBY! I do not want a 12-storey apartment block that will permit its residents to peer into our balconies and communal gardens.
The latest rates ACT assessment notices and invoices are not a good example of public sector organisations engaging with citizens.
The mammoth task of building the White Pass railway: faster than the widening of Gundaroo Drive.
Inevitably more and more feral horses will cross over into the ACT and into the Cotter catchment area in search of feed.
Feral horses will present a problem of significance with respect to the quality, quantity and supply of water.
Dr Richard Harris's actions must rate as one of the highest levels of achievement in recent times.
Over this past week, I have read a litany of sad stories about our poor little territory.
The honours announced on June 11 have nothing to do with the British honours system.
Only time will tell whether Trump’s meeting with the North Korean Kim will outshine his meeting with the Kardashian Kim.
Based on my experience, Turnbull's NBN is built on quicksand.
The Canberra Times front page of June 1 has found a spot on my table where it escapes being snowed under and the recycle bin.
Peter Cochran is quite right when he says that the Kosciuszko National Park is not a pristine wilderness.
I was an independent director of the John James Hospital some 10 years ago. In my view, the board has taken a very sensible option and should be supported.