Today, readers rev up about speed limits and driver education, the change of mind about keeping Shed 26, and River Torrens regulation.
While the public and politicians debate the onset of electric cars, another transport revolution is quietly taking place in our skies. Jake Whitehead and Michael Kane argue that, this time, Australia should catch an early flight.
The determined Queenslander is mounting an expensive national campaign to reclaim Senate seats, says Michelle Grattan.
Today, readers comment on Environment Minister David Speirs ordering the removal of Shed 26 from the state Heritage Register so a developer can demolish it for housing, despite initial plans showing its retention.
With huge delays and jurisdiction issues affecting many Australians, the family law system should rate much higher as a political issue, writes Morry Bailes.
Julian Assange is not a journalist and embracing him and Wikileaks in the name of press freedom risks inviting more regulation upon reporters and the news media, argues Kathy Kiely and Laurel Jeff.
Today, readers comment on the need to upgrade existing services before considering the future infrastructure demands of a rising population.”