Once they started removing trees, safety was always going to be an issue, says landscape expert.
Kirsten Lawson is the Chief Assembly reporter at The Canberra Times
Replacing a house with two townhouses to attract a new water and sewerage levy of $4200 in Woden, $2520 in north Canberra, and $1960 in Belconnen.
Shane Rattenbury got short shrift from the speaker when he attempted to bring a solar panel into the debating chamber on Thursday.
Greens politician asks why Andrew Barr hasn't referred the officials involved for investigation.
The Liberals' Jeremy Hanson accuses Bec Cody of inciting hatred against the RSL.
Surveyed residents reported health problems, while "it is likely that a large number of builders and tradespeople have been exposed.
Labor's Bec Cody blasts Sussex Inlet RSL Club as a disgrace for having Aboriginal kitsch tiles in the men’s urinal
Club says there's nothing racist or offensive about the tiles.
No right to appeal planning decisions in the commercial zone, ACAT finds.
The National Trust has called on the ACT government to save the historic 1948 Switch Room at the Kingston Arts Precinct, saying its demolition appears to have been approved without proper public consultation.
Government looks to set density of less than one kangaroo per hectare.