The clash between over-sensitive journalists and Canberra's chief minister reflects a town that is divorced from the tough realities of ordinary Australian life.
Listen. Engage. Make very little sense to the average person.
The ACT's chief minister Andrew Barr has taken a swipe at journalists and mainstream media, which The Canberra Time is calling a Trumpian desire "to shape government policy to his personal, long-held enmity".
Andrew Barr's newly re-elected ACT government could end up with a deadlock in the party room, writes Labor insider Ben Chiefly
Labor will have been in power for 19 years by the time the next election rolls around.
New ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr accidentally killed off Canberra's famous Skywhale last week, but the artist behind the creation explains she's not going anywhere.
Andrew Barr is the Deputy Chief Minister of the ACT and a life-long Labor Party member. He's also gay and in a long-term committed relationship. And he'd like to get married.
There's lots of arguments for same-sex marriage. Andrew Barr -- ACT deputy chief minister, member of Labor's National Right caucus and a gay man -- makes a pretty compelling one in Crikey today.