Ross Peake The long-awaited rollout of the NBN in Canberra will be delayed by six months.
Ross Peake Superfast broadband has finally arrived in Gungahlin.
Ross Peake More than 14,000 Gungahlin households are about to be connected to the national broadband network.
Ross Peake An internet training room will be established at Gungahlin Library at a cost of almost $1 million.
Ross Peake The Hawke Labor government seriously considered breaking the promise to fund the operating deficit of Calvary Hospital, which would have closed all its public beds.
Ross Peake Liberal Senate candidate Zed Seselja has surged past the required one third of the vote in his own right after further counting of votes on Monday.
Ross Peake Liberal Senate candidate Zed Seselja has a Senate quota in his own right after further counting of votes on Monday.
Ross Peake The proposed light rail service should be significantly extended, looping through the parliamentary triangle and to the airport, to energise central Canberra and greatly boost its population.
Ross Peake The ACT economy may be entering a gloomy period, with building approvals slowing in contrast to national trends.
Ross Peake The ACT continues to lead the nation in the take-up rate for the national broadband network fibre.
Ross Peake and Peter Jean Infrastructure Australia is calling for the cost of pay parking to be increased in Civic.
Peter Jean and Ross Peake The proposed Civic to Gungahlin light rail has failed to make a national infrastructure priority list.
Ross Peake Brendan Nelson will promote Lifeline Canberra by becoming its first patron.
Peter Jean and Ross Peake A new hospital, light-rail system and convention centre are at the top of an ACT pork-barrelling wish list Katy Gallagher has sent to Kevin Rudd and Tony Abbott.
Ross Peake The Liberal Party has secured first place on the ballot paper for the key seat of Eden-Monaro, centred on Queanbeyan.
Ross Peake The jobs of the ACT's two federal MPs are as safe as houses when voters go to the ballot box in two weeks.
Ross Peake The race is on to see how many Canberra households and businesses will be connected to the national broadband network before an incoming Coalition government pulls the plug on the project.
Ross Peake Gungahlin businessman Jason Roses likes the idea of the NBN but is cautious about signing up.
Ross Peake Joe Hockey suggests house prices in Canberra could be pushed lower under a Coalition government.
Ross Peake Telstra is dismissing rumours asbestos has been found in telephone pits in Gungahlin as the national broadband network rolls out.