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Kirsten Lawson is the Chief Assembly reporter at The Canberra Times
Kirsten Lawson Six consortiums have submitted expression of Interest to build the ACT's new court precinct.
Kirsten Lawson The ACT government is considering whether it can heat the lake water in West Basin using geothermal technology for year-round swimming as part of its avant-garde development of the West Basin - the...
Kirsten Lawson Registrations of interest close on Wednesday for a new 42,000 square metre government office block in the city.
Kirsten Lawson Former tenants who can produce an electricity bill or similar will be able to find out whether they lived in a Mr Fluffy house.
Kirsten Lawson Hours into the Asbestos Response Taskforce's operation, it relaxed rules for potential former tenants of Mr Fluffy homes.
Kirsten Lawson Most of the Labor-Greens deal has been delivered, but some deals are still to come, says Chief Minister.
Kirsten Lawson It's unlikely any ACT politicians have taken their exercise regimes to the extremes of Shane Rattenbury.
Kirsten Lawson and Tom McIlroy Government accused of not properly considering the public interest in clubs development.
Tom McIlroy and Kirsten Lawson ACT government plans to ban ticket "scalping" for sporting games and major events have attracted concerns.
Kirsten Lawson Residents have expressed concerns about the ruination of views and rural character, health impacts, loss of habitat, and the property values.
Kirsten Lawson ACT Assembly Clerk Tom Duncan will draw up a register for lobbyists by September 18, a new regime that will cover anyone paid to lobby politicians, their staff or public servants.
Kirsten Lawson and Tom McIlroy Treasurer's back down could leave $5 million hole in the ACT budget.
Kirsten Lawson IT contractors to the ACT Government are being handed a pay cut in new contracts
Kirsten Lawson Opposition leader says vacancy levels are already too high.
Kirsten Lawson The asbestos taskforce is still trying to track down 132 owners of Mr Fluffy homes who have not received registered post letters sent in July.
Kirsten Lawson A consultant has raised serious concerns about bushfire risk from the planned solar farm at Uriarra Village, warning power lines should be underground and a bank of screening trees pushed back at...
Kirsten Lawson ACT Treasurer Andrew Barr has defended his decision to pursue a new office block to house 3400 public servants in the city, denying it will worsen office vacancy rates, which are already at their...
National significance of Uriarra solar should not be underestimated, says ACT Environment Minister Simon Corbell
Kirsten Lawson ACT Environment Minister Simon Corbell dismisses residents' concerns about bushfire risk of new power line.
Kirsten Lawson End-of-year results show growing contribution of rates to government purse.
Kirsten Lawson Chief Minister Katy Gallagher will approach high-profile women to stand for election in an attempt to improve the number of women in the ACT Assembly and find eight extra candidates.