The spectre of public service job cuts is likely to dominate the first day of week three of the ACT election campaign, after Labor promised it would maintain the size of the government workforce if re-elected.
Christopher Knaus is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
Promise to pay $1.6 million for Mulligans Flat visitor centre to turn sanctuary into tourism destination.
Labor would hike fees for large alcohol retailers, and curb them for small, low-risk venues.
But women remain significantly under-represented in the pool of candidates.
Labor has also pledged to set up a winter festival in an attempt to diversify the economy.
Labor is promising a big tax break to a handful of clubs, announcing on Thursday that some clubs will pay tax on just half the money they make from poker machines.
Greens pledge $132 million for clean energy buses.
Chief Minister Andrew Barr has accused the Liberals of economic lunacy over suggestions they might slow down public housing sales in Northbourne Avenue.
A local talkback radio station is expected to make an on-air apology to construction union boss Dean Hall this week, after the two parties settled a defamation case.
Firefighters say they've been treated with disdain, undermined, and left under-resourced ahead of the fire season.