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Kirsten Lawson is the Chief Assembly reporter at The Canberra Times
Kirsten Lawson The ACT government will call for expressions of interest to find sites for a next-generation solar farm.
Kirsten Lawson, Tom McIlroy A 25-member Assembly will force a redesign of the Legislative Assembly building.
Kirsten Lawson What was once a country lifestyle with stunning views has been turned upside down for Jennifer Howlett.
Kirsten Lawson The ACT government will vastly expand solar, wind and other renewable energy projects, costing households up to $4 a week.
Kirsten Lawson The ACT government's planned roll-out of large-scale clean energy projects is set to give new life to stalled wind farms near Canberra.
Kirsten Lawson Canberrans had a chance to taste their way through local wines in a 100 Years, 100 Wines centenary event.
Kirsten Lawson Three local winemakers are celebrating gold medals at the National Wine Show on Thursday.
Kirsten Lawson Jamie's Italian is on a recruitment drive in Canberra this week, holding hands-on interview sessions on Tuesday where wannabe Jamie chefs were put through their paces.
Kirsten Lawson The paleo diet, with its focus on meat protein, is arguably more prominently on the radar than its virtual opposite, a vegan diet, but it's a vegan cafe that is making the noise in Canberra at the...
Kirsten Lawson Seven of the country's top young chefs are in Canberra tonight, cooking a meal based on ingredients collected in a five-day tour of the region.
Kirsten Lawson A prohibition notice was issued by ACT health authorities forcing the Bread Nerd premises at Hume to close and clean up early yesterday.
Kirsten Lawson Nick O'Leary is unhappy about the representation of his wines at the Dieci e Mezzo liquidation auction on Monday, pointing out that the wines are not his eponymous and highly successful label, but a...