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Kirsten Lawson is the Chief Assembly reporter at The Canberra Times
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Kirsten Lawson Hundreds of Mr Fluffy homeowners met on the lawns in front of Old Parliament House on Sunday to launch a fundraiser to help families in Canberra and Queanbeyan.
Kirsten Lawson More than 80 NSW residents have asked authorities to test insulation in their rooftops, as the state widens its search for loose-fill asbestos less than a fortnight after it began.
Kirsten Lawson Mr Fluffy home owners to host family picnic day at Parliament House.
Primrose Riordan and Kirsten Lawson A decision on Canberra's tram line from Gungahlin is drawing close, with Capital Metro Minister Simon Corbell saying on Wednesday the government will consider the final business case in the next...
Kirsten Lawson Equivalent of a Royal commission with the power to call witnesses and documents on handling of Mr Fluffy
Kirsten Lawson Chief Minister Katy Gallagher has conceded just one mistake in her handling of the Mr Fluffy issue.
Kirsten Lawson Jeremy Hanson calls for the ACT's equivalent of a Royal commission into the asbestos crisis
Kirsten Lawson The ACT government has lodged an application to rezone seven sites on the light rail route.
Kirsten Lawson ACT Environment Minister Simon Corbell has condemned the Warburton report as ''dangerously radical and extremist''.
Kirsten Lawson Mr Fluffy homeowners are to meet at Federation Mall in front of Parliament House on Sunday.
Kirsten Lawson and Primrose Riordan Canberra's national leadership on renewable energy has piqued the interest of Nobel laureates.
Tom McIlroy and Kirsten Lawson ACT Attorney-General Simon Corbell would not say on Friday if freed prisoner David Eastman was receiving assistance from the government while on bail.
Kirsten Lawson The boat and bike hire businesses on the lake fear being thrown out to make way for ambitious West Basin redevelopment plans.
Kirsten Lawson Just one company has registered interest in refurbishing an existing office building for ACT Government public servants.
Kirsten Lawson The expected demolition of up to 1000 Mr Fluffy homes across Canberra will reverberate around the city for years, not only a massively expensive exercise but one with enormous complications and...
Kirsten Lawson More than 20 Mr Fluffy houses have sold since February when homeowners were warned about the dangerous loose-fill asbestos remaining in their ceilings and wall spaces.
Kirsten Lawson and Tom McIlroy Government accused of not properly considering the public interest in clubs development.
Tom McIlroy and Kirsten Lawson ACT government plans to ban ticket "scalping" for sporting games and major events have attracted concerns.
Kirsten Lawson Residents have expressed concerns about the ruination of views and rural character, health impacts, loss of habitat, and the property values.