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Kirsten Lawson is the Chief Assembly reporter at The Canberra Times
Kirsten Lawson An interesting concept, says Michael Moore: A party without a policy and the party people are not allowed to stand for election
Tom McIlroy and Kirsten Lawson The former staffer at the centre of a police investigation into the conduct of Joy Burch's office has broken her silence.
Kirsten Lawson The economic benefits of the Gungahlin tram project may have been exaggerated through one-sided counting of impacts that go well beyond the tram itself, an Australian National...
Kirsten Lawson Ainslie land offered to Fluffy owner for $715,000, just $10,000 less than paid for the same block with a three-bedroom house a year earlier.
Kirsten Lawson The government is exploring options for new boat and bike hire operations at the lake.
Kirsten Lawson 'They may as well go into the middle of Northbourne Avenue and set fire to piles of money': Andrew Barr
Kirsten Lawson Mark Parton joins Liberal leader Jeremy Hanson's staff to beef up his social media presence
Kirsten Lawson Plants, shrubs, gravel, garden edging, temporary fencing allowed without approval, but tomatoes could be tricky
Kirsten Lawson and Tom McIlroy The international consortium that will build Canberra's controversial light rail network has been revealed.
Kirsten Lawson For Ray Roberts, staying put on the Giralang block he has called home for almost 40 years, has cost him dearly.
Kirsten Lawson Chief Minister Andrew Barr is going ahead with a reshuffle of his cabinet despite an ongoing police investigation into minister Joy Burch's office.
Kirsten Lawson The ACT "certainly not what we would see as a friendly place to do business", says ambulance operator
Kirsten Lawson "They're asking for millions more to do the job we're already paying them to do."
Kirsten Lawson Canberra CBD has called on the ACT government to delay the tram until the city centre's population at least doubles, and has pointed to falling land values and neglect of the city centre.
Kirsten Lawson Jon Stanhope has been stymied in his attempts to find out more about the decision to change the name of the Canberra electorate of Fraser to "Fenner", with documents released under freedom...
Kirsten Lawson Hotel urges the government to finalise plans for the Curtin shops
Kirsten Lawson The standard of CIT training has been the subject of significant complaints for some years.
Kirsten Lawson A decision to close the Academy of Science's library of scientific manuscripts and personal papers has upset scientists.
Kirsten Lawson New $40,000 cap on political spending takes effect on January 1.
Kirsten Lawson Moncrieff's streets to be music themed, named after dead Australian musicians and entertainers.