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.
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.
While the planet continues to heat up, readers voice their concerns about those in power ignoring the threat of climate change by sticking their “heads in the sand”.
Most readers agreed with the Victorian premier that there are more important things than the Commonwealth Games on which to spend vast amounts of money.
‘Prosperity gospel writ large’: Is the robo-debt scandal the Morrison government’s ‘enduring legacy’?
After the findings of the robo-debt report, Herald readers ask if the Coalition government ever showed concern for the disadvantaged in society.
While the English Ashes team claim it’s just not cricket, readers agree that Australians know how to win a Test match - and within the rules of the game.
While some readers support the Yes campaign because ‘compassion matters’, many said continued failure to address their concerns about the Voice would encourage them to vote No.
Readers were dismayed to learn that some private school principals’ pay packages top $1million, while their schools still receive government funding and don’t pay tax.
Readers voiced their opinions on whether the upcoming referendum is a “con job” or an “article of faith and long overdue”.
Readers were dismayed by the Reserve Bank’s decision to raise interest rates again, further increasing the cost of living pressure.
Readers discuss whether retaining PwC as the government’s advisor is akin to asking the guy who burgled your house to monitor your security cameras.