New Liberal parliamentarian Val Jeffrey wants respect for rural Canberrans and a clean-up for Tharwa.
Kirsten Lawson is the Chief Assembly reporter at The Canberra Times
The ACT Liberals have promised to install flashing lights in all school zones if elected in October.
Val Jeffrey will make his way from Tharwa to the ACT parliament on Thursday for a countback of 2012 votes expected to see him elected to replace Brendan Smyth.
Mark Parton once described pokies as a 'must'. Now, he doesn't want to see the clubs 'trashed'.
The ACT budget is in much worse shape than it appears, according to a new analysis,
Earlier on Monday, Deputy Chief Minister Simon Corbell slammed Liberal Brendan Smyth for accepting the Commissioner for International Engagement job offered to him by Chief Minister Andrew Barr.
Former radio host Mark Parton seeks spot on Liberals' Tuggeranong ticket
Casino's legal threats dismissed by those in the firing line.
Bulky waste collections to be budgeted in 2017-18.
Crace community leader David Pollard has thrown his hat in the ring for the ACT election, joining a growing number of minor parties and independents contesting the October election.