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Kirsten Lawson is the Chief Assembly reporter at The Canberra Times
Kirsten Lawson and Tom McIlroy The residents of Wittenoom Crescent in Stirling shrug their shoulders and smile at the irony of sharing the street name with the Western Australian mining town so contaminated by asbestos it is...
Kirsten Lawson A leading ACT counselling service has serious fears mental-health problems in Canberra may worsen as the Mr Fluffy crisis widens.
Kirsten Lawson Kim Grant has moved her family into a new house but has been left angry and devastated by years of Fluffy mistakes.
Kirsten Lawson Seven owners of Mr Fluffy homes have refused to take part in the government's buyback, and with the deadline passed are now on their own.
Kirsten Lawson Actor Rhys Muldoon had no idea the blue-grey fluff he and his sister used to play in was asbestos or that it was dangerous until this week, Kirsten Lawson reports.
Kirsten Lawson As NSW struggles to even locate its Mr Fluffy asbestos properties, the ACT has one big advantage.
Kirsten Lawson Health authorities reassure visitors to Fluffy houses that there's 'not a lot to worry about'.
Kirsten Lawson, Meredith Clisby Mr Fluffy asbestos reaches into Canberra's most prestigious streets, devastating some areas of the city.
Kirsten Lawson Dirk Jansen's business installed asbestos insulation door to door, bringing a big hit to some streets and suburbs.
Kirsten Lawson Auditor-general questions the exclusion of three bidders from the ACTAB sale.
Kirsten Lawson Very little call for a 105 square metre house in modern Australia, says architect
Falling tree limbs always going to be an issue on Northbourne Avenue: Capital Metro Minister Simon Corbell
Kirsten Lawson Use of any eucalyptus species on Northbourne Avenue revamp has been defended by ACT Capital Metro Minister. Kirsten Lawson reports.
Kirsten Lawson and Tom McIlroy The ACT government has outlined the order for moving public housing tenants from ageing flats, including Northbourne Avenue..
Kirsten Lawson Panel will ask children with autism 'how school could be better for them'
Kirsten Lawson Government figures show that Telopea Park is not the worst off when it comes to space for students.
Kirsten Lawson Education Minister Joy Burch hit back in the face of tough questioning over the removal of land from Telopea Park school, the boy-in-a-cage episode and a declaration of no confidence in her by the...
Kirsten Lawson While the ACT Government sells its tram as a way to reduce congestion on Northbourne Avenue, its own analysis finds more cars, increased travel times and longer delays on the drive...
Kirsten Lawson Government plans for public housing developments across the city have already sparked confusion and opposition.
Kirsten Lawson Canberra's problem 'a party in too many rooms.'
Kirsten Lawson "It is not my role to determine what policy the minister should have adopted or even where she should have adopted a any policy at all," says Ken Crispin