Ross Peake A parliamentary committee will be given the green light to investigate the lack of shops in the parliamentary zone.
Ross Peake The National Capital Authority will try to boost services in the parliamentary triangle as the thousands of workers in the precinct face paid parking.
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 Federal public servants working at Tuggeranong will get new digs, with the deal likely to be locked in before the federal election.
Ross Peake Ian Campbell will leave his post as secretary of the Veterans Affairs Department next month for surgery and will not return to work after his recovery.
Ross Peake On Anzac Day in villages around Canberra, Diggers have to march in silence because they do not have bands to keep time on their big day of the year.
Ross Peake Iconic buildings in the heart of Canberra will turn orange on Wednesday night as the national capital prepares for Harmony Day.
Ross Peake The future of government-leased areas in the Nishi mixed-use development at Acton is again under a cloud after Julia Gillard announced on Monday the Department of Climate Change would effectively end.
Ross Peake Staff at the Climate Change Department may not have to move out of their plush surrounds at the Nishi complex.
Ross Peake Canberra Liberals are being urged to put aside ''shonky'' preselection processes when they meet on Wednesday evening or risk earning a reputation as bad as the NSW Labor Party.
Ross Peake An incoming Coalition government might sack staff from the doomed Climate Change Department if they refuse to take redundancies.
Ross Peake Dumped Liberal Gary Humphries says he remains angry about the process used to replace him for the Senate race but will not contest any further preselection process.
Ross Peake Dumped ACT Liberal Gary Humphries should be entitled to a lifelong pension of about $80,000 a year when he leaves the Senate in September.
Ross Peake Canberra Liberal Party members attended tense branch meetings en masse on Thursday evening as the bitter battle for the Senate preselection went into a new phase.
Ross Peake A federal government department is paying around $70 million to rent an inner city office block in Canberra, prompting ridicule from the Opposition.
Ross Peake More than 14,000 Gungahlin households are about to be connected to the national broadband network.
Cabinet Papers: 1984-85
Ross Peake In April 1985 federal ministers considered closing Watson High School and three primary schools, along with increasing class sizes and reducing ancillary staff in ACT government schools.
Ross Peake Superfast broadband has finally arrived in Gungahlin.
Ross Peake The ACT has more heritage locations deemed "at risk" than any state or territory.
Ross Peake The ACT has more heritage locations deemed ''at risk'' than any state or territory, according to the National Trust.