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Lisa Cox is a national political reporter covering breaking news and the environment. Most recently Lisa covered the ACT Legislative Assembly for The Canberra Times.
Meredith Clisby and Lisa Cox The Canberra Raiders' Braddon Club will close next week following the transfer of all poker machines to its Gungahlin venue.
Lisa Cox Canberra residents who attended a closed-door meeting about the construction of a mosque in Gungahlin will petition the ACT government to block the development.
Lisa Cox The ACT government has completed its plans for a leisure centre for Gungahlin residents and will begin construction of the long-awaited facilities in August.
Lisa Cox The ACT Government will refer a pamphlet opposing the construction of a mosque in Gungahlin to the Human Rights Commission for investigation amid concerns the flyer was racially motivated.
Lisa Cox The Gungahlin Community Council says it supports the construction of a mosque in the northern suburb and that concerns the development will cause traffic congestion will prove "unfounded".
Lisa Cox Head of ACT government's Capital Metro Agency set to be territory's second-highest paid public servant.
Lisa Cox and Peter Jean For the first time, Canberrans can easily view the sections of the ACT that would flood if the Molonglo River burst its banks.
Lisa Cox, Peter Jean A report has found the ACT government failed to properly test for toxic substances after the 2011 Mitchell chemical fire.
Lisa Cox Chief Minister Katy Gallagher has defended the 18-month delay in releasing a scathing report on the government's response to the Mitchell chemical fire.
Lisa Cox and Meredith Clisby The Land Development Agency has chosen to go it alone in developing greenfield sites for housing.
Lisa Cox An Infrastructure Australia assessment of the ACT government’s transport plans has cast doubt on whether the territory has enough traffic congestion to warrant federal funding for light rail or rapid...
Lisa Cox The ACT government is retrospectively claiming work in territory nature reserves as biodiversity offsets so that it can plough ahead with new urban developments, say two senior ANU academics.
Lisa Cox The ACT government and opposition have clashed over light rail, with each side accusing the other of trying to score political points instead of choosing the best transport plan for the territory.
Lisa Cox The ACT government plans to increase bus services to the Parliamentary Triangle in response to a federal government push for paid parking in the area.
Lisa Cox Canberra families say the ACT government chose to close a north Canberra respite centre for disabled adults without speaking to families who use the service.
Lisa Cox Authorities will pay up to $5000 to people who supply information that leads to the seizure of illegal guns or the successful prosecution of a gun-related crime.
Lisa Cox Crowds were still streaming through the gates for Floriade's last day on Sunday.
Lisa Cox For Canberra couple, same-sex marriage is 'simply a matter of human rights'.
Lisa Cox The ACT government has spent close to $1 million in 18 months developing its Capital Metro light rail project.
Lisa Cox The ACT government is beginning work to slow drivers in the busiest parts of Civic, Belconnen and Tuggeranong.