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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.
Lisa Cox ACT Labor will build a multi-million dollar learning centre for the Canberra Institute of Technology in Tuggeranong if it is re-elected in October.
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 Canberrans who create large Christmas-light displays will have to demonstrate they have public-liability insurance under new rules to be imposed by the ACT government.
Lisa Cox The ACT government will ban the sale of fruit juice and soft drink in vending machines at Canberra public schools by the end of this school term.
Lisa Cox It was announced with fanfare by the federal Coalition and ACT Labor governments, but Wednesday's signing of an $85 million rescue package for Canberra's waterways was a quiet victory for the ACT...
Lisa Cox A $20,000 bill for Zed Seselja's 2012 ACT election campaign was charged to the ACT Legislative Assembly and former senator Gary Humphries.
Noel Towell and Lisa Cox The Canberra Liberals' Senate preselection has slipped further into chaos with voting rights now in doubt at two more party branches.
Lisa Cox The battle for the Canberra Liberals Senate nomination is not over, with Gary Humphries declaring he will contest a second preselection if the result of Saturday's ballot is overturned.
Noel Towell, Lisa Cox The ACT Liberals will hold a new divisional council meeting to thrash out the bitter Senate preselection process that has divided the party since Zed Seselja's win over incumbent Gary Humphries last...
Lisa Cox ACT Labor and Greens MLAs have used their numbers in the Legislative Assembly to pass a motion condemning former opposition leader Zed Seselja for ‘‘betraying’’ the voters of Lanyon Valley.
Lisa Cox The ACT government has walked away from its pledge to provide space for fencing and table tennis at the redeveloped Lyneham indoor sports centre.
Lisa Cox The ACT government has set out its vision for Canberra's next century, declaring the territory must plan for a population of 500,000 now to avoid ''crisis-driven'' development in years to come.
Lisa Cox ACT MLAs have been warned not to call Canberra Liberals MLA Zed Seselja names ahead of his departure from the Legislative Assembly.
Lisa Cox The size of the ACT Legislative Assembly should increase to 25 MLAs across five electorates in 2016, an independent review has recommended.
Lisa Cox The 40km/h zones in Civic, Belconnen and Tuggeranong will not be an effective road safety measure, the Canberra Liberals say.
Lisa Cox The ACT government is beginning work to slow drivers in the busiest parts of Civic, Belconnen and Tuggeranong.
Lisa Cox Canberra's building union wants the speed on more territory roads reduced to 40km/h.
2013-14 ACT Budget
Lisa Cox The ACT Government will spend $45 million to open 30 new beds in the territory's public hospitals by next year.
Lisa Cox and Peter Jean Community sector advocate Nicole Lawder is the newest addition to the ACT's Legislative Assembly - by just eight votes.
Lisa Cox A national research centre of excellence with Canberra-based workers would be targeted by a Coalition government to help achieve savings announced by Shadow Treasurer Joe Hockey.