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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 and Peter Jean Government shifting more people into private hospitals for elective surgery to cut the number of patients waiting too long for operations.
Lisa Cox Canberra families say the ACT government chose to close a north Canberra respite centre for disabled adults without speaking to families who use the service.
Lisa Cox, Peter Jean The ACT government has been accused of allowing some patients to languish on elective surgery waiting lists.
Meredith Clisby and Lisa Cox The Canberra Raiders' Braddon Club will close next week following the transfer of all poker machines to its Gungahlin venue.
Lisa Cox and Jenna Clarke An 18-year-old Curtin woman in critical condition in Canberra Hospital after being struck by a car in Civic on Saturday night.
Lisa Cox The ACT government plans to increase bus services to the Parliamentary Triangle in response to a federal government push for paid parking in the area.
Lisa Cox The shores of Lake Burley Griffin will undergo a major plan to transform the lake's western basin.
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 The ACT government is beginning work to slow drivers in the busiest parts of Civic, Belconnen and Tuggeranong.
Lisa Cox Canberra nurses have rejected a government offer to increase wages by 2 per cent a year for the next four years.
Lisa Cox and Noel Towell The ACT government is failing in almost every aspect of its management of the territory's car parks, a new report has found.
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PETER JEAN, LISA COX Another Canberra suburb will be left without a local medical practice when Evatt's two local GPs leave to join the company that will operate the ACT's first super clinic.
Lisa Cox An alarming number of Australians in difficulty are skipping meals and selling their possessions to try to keep up with rising living costs, a Salvation Army study to be published today has found.
Lisa Cox Canberra's school for young parents will be given a multi-million dollar new home if the ACT Government is re-elected at the territory elections in October.
Lisa Cox Fewer than half of the ACT’s youngest voters are enrolled to vote at the territory elections in October, according to the ACT Electoral Commission.
Lisa Cox Passengers waiting at the territory's major interchanges will soon know just how far away their bus is.
Lisa Cox Canberra's school for young parents will be given a multi-million dollar new home if the ACT government is re-elected in October.
Lisa Cox A bike "super highway" connecting Molonglo to the City is part of a $13.25 million ACT Greens plan to improve the territory’s cycling and pedestrian infrastructure.
Lisa Cox ACT Labor will establish a specialised agency to promote Canberra as a university town.
Lisa Cox For Karl Marjan, food has always been closely connected to family.