Readers offer up ideas on how to fix the country’s housing problems, with many suggesting it’s time to put a lid on population and urban sprawl.
There is not much greater obscenity than the announcement of a $10 billion profit by an Australian bank, followed by the news that its executives have seen their pay packets soar.
The Matildas’ run through the home World Cup has led some readers to reverse a lifelong aversion to sport.
Where was the required ministerial oversight into the alleged problems inside the Department of Home Affairs?
Teachers have been betrayed by Chris Minns and Pru Car. They believed the rhetoric that they, like the nurses, child and aged care workers, had done it tough during COVID and deserved a pay rise.
Despite being frustrated at the lack of free-to-air coverage of the FIFA Women’s World Cup, readers agreed the Matildas represent the very best of Australia’s skill and ability.
The aftermath of Donald Trump’s 2020 election loss proves that the United States has lost its leader of the free world mantle.
Parents now have too much power over teachers and the classroom is suffering.