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Kirsten Lawson is the Chief Assembly reporter at The Canberra Times
Kirsten Lawson Taxi plate owners knew change was coming, says government
Kirsten Lawson Government is paying removal costs and electricity and phone connections for Northbourne tenants
Tom McIlroy and Kirsten Lawson Planning Minister Mick Gentleman has approved the demolition of a swath of Northbourne Avenue's public housing.
Kirsten Lawson and Tom McIlroy Liberals question reasons for the sudden departure of Capital Metro's Stephen Allday.
Kirsten Lawson Government looks to get electric car recharging points across Canberra and on the roads to Sydney and the coast
Kirsten Lawson Government considers more inspections, tighter control of design to tackle complaints about defects in apartment buildings
Kirsten Lawson Bad signs for trouble-prone Education Minister.
Kirsten Lawson About 3000 Canberra households could lose a substantial portion of their rates discounts under changes likely to form part of next year's Budget
Kirsten Lawson A big multinational company, Brookfield Multiplex, will build the new University of Canberra Public Hospital, with construction beginning early in 2016, Health Minister Simon Corbell announced...
Kirsten Lawson Malcolm Turnbull would have Canberra's support for a GST increase if he took it to next year's election and won, as long as it went with tax reform, Andrew Barr says.
Kirsten Lawson The Labor Party-owned clubs take an average $51,3800 profit from each machine, compared with the clubs average overall of $34,740.
Kirsten Lawson Labor Clubs contribute among the least to community groups, report finds.
Kirsten Lawson Planning head Dorte Ekelund says the directorate has had no reports of bullying in the most recent year, despite a staff survey in which one in five staff say they have been bullied and harassed.
Tom McIlroy and Kirsten Lawson Woden town centre has been losing public servants in recent years. But plans are afoot to change that in 2016.
Kirsten Lawson The owner of Parkwood Eggs has slammed the West Belconnen housing development as way too close for comfort, saying much of the proposed new housing will be affected by smell from the barn egg farm.
Kirsten Lawson ACT Labor members begin voting in preselections on Saturday, with some strong contests for the 25 spots on the Labor ticket.
Kirsten Lawson The ACT government will pay up to $1100 to people who replace wood heaters with ducted electric heating.
Kirsten Lawson Getting the client (in this case, the government) to help design survey questions is important to make sure all key issues are covered, says Piazza Research.
Kirsten Lawson Catherine Carter will leave the ACT Property Council to set up a private consultancy.
Kirsten Lawson ACT Liberal Giulia Jones, who made ACT history as the first woman to breastfeed in the Chamber this year, has urged the federal parliament to allow women to breastfeed in its chambers as well.