There they are! Fie through the battle's roar, the acrid smoke of the cannons' blasts, spy, I say, the filthy straw men of the ghost battalions coming this way!
There appears to be a great deal of anxiety among many conservatives, including those who run religious organisations, ex-prime ministers and some current legislators, that if same-sex marriage is made legal, freedom of religion will be negatively affected.
Interest about our expected new arrivals is increasing and many people are wondering just how they can help to settle these refugees.
Kate Smolski For a state with endless sunshine and wind, the transition to clean energy is taking far too long.
Laurie Bullock Renewable energy is ready to take the place of Liddell.
Darryl Nichols There are alternatives to throwing away your old things.
Christine Forster COMMENT: This is about whether or not every Australian and their family, friends, neighbours and colleagues should have the same right to marry.
There seems to be an inverse logic to buying drinks for your mates: the people who come under most pressure to take part in rounds are those who can least afford it.
One of the great oversights in the voluminous coverage of the same-sex marriage postal survey is that it might not even happen. You might recall there's an impending High Court challenge against its constitutional validity. Media, politicians and campaigners are behaving like this isn't happening.