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Kirsten Lawson is the Chief Assembly reporter at The Canberra Times
Kirsten Lawson ACT Electoral Commission releases population projections for 2016 election and a web tool that allows people to draw their own electoral boundaries and see where the numbers fall, calls for...
Kirsten Lawson Splitting the ACT into five electorates for the 2016 election is a daunting task faced by the ACT Electoral Commission.
Kirsten Lawson and Tom McIlroy The ACT government has released its business case for the proposed light rail from Gungahlin to Civic, saying the project will deliver $1 billion in benefits for the territory.
Kirsten Lawson As the Electoral Commission prepares to draw new boundaries, the central electorate looks to lose some of its elected members to outer suburbs.
Kirsten Lawson and Tom McIlroy Nearly 70 per cent of Tuggeranong residents say the capital doesn't need light rail.
Kirsten Lawson and Tom McIlroy The ACT Government's signature light rail project is looming as a vote changing issue at the territory's 2016 election.
Kirsten Lawson Mark Brookhouse faces losing custody of his wheelchair-bound son
Kirsten Lawson A former senior official says the line won't transform Canberra in the way the government would like.
Kirsten Lawson Western Australian transport planner and economist James McIntosh has rejected a claim that Canberra's tram will change nothing, insisting light rail projects are transformative.
Kirsten Lawson Almost the entire storage of the Macarthur water reservoir was lost when a major pipe burst.
Kirsten Lawson The redevelopment of the Red Hill public-housing precinct includes a new road and caters for up to twice the number of residents. writes Kirsten Lawson.
Kirsten Lawson Asbestos Taskforce head Andrew Kefford has moved to reassure people that destruction of Mr Fluffy homes can be done safely.
Kirsten Lawson and Meredith Clisby Chief Minister Katy Gallagher has warned people buying Mr Fluffy homes that they will not be allowed to profiteer in a government buyback scheme by buying houses below market value and expecting the...
Kirsten Lawson Hundreds of Mr Fluffy homeowners met on the lawns in front of Old Parliament House on Sunday to launch a fundraiser to help families in Canberra and Queanbeyan.
Kirsten Lawson Yarralumla residents meet on Wednesday night to seek answers from the ACT government on how it plans to safely move up to 14,400 tonnes of asbestos-contaminated waste from the Yarralumla brickworks.
Kirsten Lawson The expected demolition of up to 1000 Mr Fluffy homes across Canberra will reverberate around the city for years, not only a massively expensive exercise but one with enormous complications and...
Kirsten Lawson More than 20 Mr Fluffy houses have sold since February when homeowners were warned about the dangerous loose-fill asbestos remaining in their ceilings and wall spaces.
Kirsten Lawson A Mr Fluffy house in Woden was demolished this morning, signalling the start of what could turn into a wave of demolitions across the city.
Kirsten Lawson Anger over plans to include only about 10 per cent public housing in the redevelopment blocks across the city.
Kirsten Lawson The government has signalled opening up major public housing blocks for redevelopment.