Australia, along with the US and allies, will soon end its 20 year military operation in Afghanistan. John Blaxland examines what was achieved.
Today, readers comment on voluntary vaccination, encouraging electric vehicle use, getting fans back to stadiums and calling out mediocrity.
The State Government should not only dump its planned tax on electric vehicles, it should encourage their use and capitalise on the wider benefits, argues Craig Wilkins.
Today, readers comment on a young girl and her parents’ ordeal inside the Women’s and Children’s Hospital emergency department.
The latest threat to the Whyalla steelworks highlights Australia’s reliance on international decisions and supply lines, and the need for a strategic, sustainable industry policy, argues Barbara Pocock.
Today, readers comment on a local heritage building facing demolition, public health pressures and a footy legend facing his greatest test.
Calls for an alcohol-free federal parliament might reduce risk factors but won’t fix the cultural problems besetting Canberra, argues Nicole Lee.”