"If the defence had a 'knockout' blow they had to raise it with Bruce during their cross-examination. That never happened. It follows they have no 'we-gotcha' evidence." Legal columnist HUGH SELBY reports from the theatre of litigation.
Opinion Arts & Entertainment
"There’s nothing worse than watching a film at the cinema, realising you need the bathroom and then awkwardly trying to pick a moment to duck out," writes "Streaming" (sic) columnist NICK OVERALL.
Mulching and watering are important to keeping gardens alive through the hot summer months, says gardening columnist JACKIE WARBURTON.
It’s beginning to look a lot like burnout. SOPHIE SCOTT & GORDON PARKER suggest ways to take care of yourself before the holidays start.
December 1, it's probably time for a Christmas cartoon from PAUL DORIN.
Lisa Halgren is an assistant winemaker at award-winning Eden Road Wines. Wine writer RICHARD CALVER is curious about the 32-year-old's journey from bottle shops in Sydney to barrels at Murrumbateman.
Arts & Entertainment
'Christmess' is undoubtedly one of the best Christmas films to emerge – from anywhere – in recent years, says ARI MATTES.
A newly released stateless refugee is slowly rebuilding his life but with an ankle monitor and curfews, he feels held back from fully adjusting.
Extra senators for ACT and NT will benefit the left but increase malapportionment, says ADRIAN BEAUMONT.
An exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia looks at representations of the figure by female artists of the 20th and 21st centuries.
The Canberra Liberals are calling for a review into the recent determination to award a 3.5 per cent pay increase to the suspended CEO of the Canberra Institute of Technology.
Letter writer SUE DYER, of Downer, is looking for enlightenment from the ACT Integrity Commission about the extent to which snake oil was an embedded project ingredient at the CIT.