Kirsten Lawson Google+
Kirsten Lawson is the Chief Assembly reporter at The Canberra Times
Chief Minister Katy Gallagher sends reassuring message to Mr Fluffy families who want to stay on their land
Kirsten Lawson ACT Chief Minister Katy Gallagher is pledging to do everything possible to accommodate those who wish stay on their land after their Mr Fluffy homes have been demolished.
Kirsten Lawson Medicare Local has suggested several changes to ACT healthcare amid unsustainable increases in spending.
Kirsten Lawson Government will spend $114,000 replacing lights on median strip, despite plans to build the tram line there.
Kirsten Lawson and Tom McIlroy Nearly 70 per cent of Tuggeranong residents say the capital doesn't need light rail.
Kirsten Lawson The clean-up bill for Mr Fluffy homes could reach $1 billion, ACT Chief Minister Katy Gallagher confirmed on Monday, a figure that would rank the asbestos clean-up of 1000 homes easily the biggest...
Kirsten Lawson and Tom McIlroy The ACT Government's signature light rail project is looming as a vote changing issue at the territory's 2016 election.
Kirsten Lawson Mark Brookhouse faces losing custody of his wheelchair-bound son
Kirsten Lawson ACT Chief Minister Katy Gallagher has urged Prime Minister Tony Abbott to a decision on the Mr Fluffy crisis, as the 1000 homeowners remain in limbo a full nine months they discovered the homes were...
Kirsten Lawson A former senior official says the line won't transform Canberra in the way the government would like.
Kirsten Lawson Western Australian transport planner and economist James McIntosh has rejected a claim that Canberra's tram will change nothing, insisting light rail projects are transformative.
Kirsten Lawson The first nine tests for loose-fill asbestos in NSW homes have come back negative.
Kirsten Lawson Two Public Trustee staff who defrauded vulnerable Canberrans of an estimated $1.65 million used a combination of collusion with outside contractors, deception and abuse of trust, an investigation has...
Kirsten Lawson With the ACT soon to launch a compulsory register for lobbyists, one long-time Canberra lobbyist has pointed to a loophole in the scheme.
Kirsten Lawson The Northbourne public housing precinct has been given heritage protection.
Kirsten Lawson Regulator unsure whether customers are getting compensation for late responses to faults
Kirsten Lawson and Mark Sawa Mick Gentleman uses call-in powers to clear the way for a drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre.
Kirsten Lawson Almost the entire storage of the Macarthur water reservoir was lost when a major pipe burst.
Kirsten Lawson New ACTEW managing director John Knox is paid $693,000, the same as outgoing chief Mark Sullivan.
Kirsten Lawson Mr Fluffy homeowners are confused about what possessions and furniture they will be allowed to keep if their home is demolished, with suggestions that some belongings will be treated as contaminated...
Kirsten Lawson ACTEW has had a senior management clean-out, with several big termination pay-outs.