Ross Peake Quentin Bryce recalled tears of sadness and joy as she reminisced about her five-year term as Governor-General.
Ross Peake The cuts to the federal public service will hit Canberra harder than Holden's job losses will affect South Australia.
Ross Peake The Air Force officer who was sacked as director of the Australian War Memorial says he was the victim of a left-wing vendetta.
Ross Peake As the ACT approached self-government, federal cabinet changed its mind after pressure from the Democrats on which electoral model to adopt for the Legislative Assembly.
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 Is that mark on the ballot paper a tick or an X or a chicken scratch?
Ross Peake The outcome of the Senate race in the ACT hangs on the counting of below-the-line ballot papers, which begins on Wednesday.
Ross Peake Historic King's Hall at Old Parliament House will be used for the first time for the formal declaration of the ACT Senate race.
Ross Peake Newly elected Liberal senator Zed Seselja is determined to break tradition by moving his electorate office out of Civic.
Ross Peake Former Eden-Monaro MP Mike Kelly will nominate for the vacancy created by Senator Carr’s resignation.
Ross Peake The ACT economy may be entering a gloomy period, with building approvals slowing in contrast to national trends.
Ross Peake The Greens say their policy to reduce the tax burden on Canberra's small business community will help offset the impact of the proposed cuts to the federal public service.
Ross Peake Greens candidate Simon Sheikh has confidence for the difficult battle to win an ACT Senate seat in the election.
Ross Peake Julie Melrose has swapped scuba diving for handing out political pamphlets in chilly Canberra.
Ross Peake Zed Seselja has vowed to oppose Tony Abbott if a Coalition government tries to shift government departments out of Canberra.
Ross Peake About 1000 people will be working on polling booths in Canberra on Saturday to ensure the election goes smoothly.
Ross Peake A think-tank is warning against further cuts to the public service in next month's budget, saying too many politicians have tunnel vision about the merits of the private sector.
Ross Peake The public sector suffers the plight of the anorexic, according to a think tank.
Ross Peake Federal public servants working at Tuggeranong will get new digs, with the deal likely to be locked in before the federal election.