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Kirsten Lawson is the Chief Assembly reporter at The Canberra Times
Kirsten Lawson The ACT government has entered the housing market boots and all in a Deakin development, building three townhouses to sell on the open market.
Electrical training board likely to escalate complaint against the Canterbury Institute of Technology
Kirsten Lawson The training advisory board for electricians is likely to escalate its complaint against the Canberra Institute of Technology after ongoing frustration over the CIT's lack of response.
Kirsten Lawson The Labor Left's relegation of Simon Corbell into last place in an internal vote was either a mistake or an orchestrated move against the deputy chief minister.
Kirsten Lawson Government says one year is long enough for families to sort out their problems before losing their children permanently.
Kirsten Lawson More women on sporting boards is likely to lead to less corruption, doping and match-fixing, sports researcher Catherine Ordway says - but not, she argues, because women are more ethical.
Kirsten Lawson and Tom McIlroy The industry board for the electrical industry has asked the ACT education directorate to investigate a complaint about the electrotechnology course at the Canberra Institute of Technology,...
Kirsten Lawson A blind man on a galloping horse could see it didn't go to plan: LDA
Kirsten Lawson, Tom McIlroy and Markus Mannheim New online database of bike crashes in Canberra shows when and where they most occur.
Kirsten Lawson Residents say the government is over-developing its inner south blocks to maximise their sale value.
Kirsten Lawson Union official John Lomax received a lengthy ovation from delegates at ACT Labor's annual conference.
Kirsten Lawson ACT Labor believes a target of 100 per cent renewable energy by 2025 is achievable and will commit to making Canberra the first Australian capital to be powered that way.
Kirsten Lawson The ACT government has taken back control of the controversial Westside container village from Stromlo Stomping Grounds, which has struggled with months of delays, criticisms and complaints over...
Kirsten Lawson Former chief minister Jon Stanhope has delivered his strongest condemnation yet of his party.
Kirsten Lawson Indian community leader Deepak-Raj Gupta has confirmed he will stand and and the face of the Fluffy campaign Brianna Heseltine is tipped also
Kirsten Lawson The developers of the Rye Park wind farm near Yass are extending the largesse beyond landowners hosting turbines to offer cash grants to neighbours, in an effort to get their project back on track.
Kirsten Lawson Industry says it as a blunt instrument that targets everyone visiting clubs, not just problem gamblers.
Kirsten Lawson "You're not yourself when you're on ice, you're like your evil twin," says a former user, who has turned his life around after several suicide attempts.
Kirsten Lawson Owners say they have been unfairly treated by the LDA, which is trying to force them out.
Kirsten Lawson Research finds most of the money is lost on poker machines - and the amount is likely significantly underestimated.
Kirsten Lawson After 13 years in government, Simon Corbell says his early years in Opposition were some of his most rewarding.