The Land Development Agency made a complicated land deal with the union-linked Dickson Tradies club to swap land in the Dickson shops for the union headquarters further up Antill Street.
Kirsten Lawson is the Chief Assembly reporter at The Canberra Times
What's my electorate? Haven't they all changed?
The appointment of Liberal parliamentarian Brendan Smyth as Commissioner for International Engagement was hurried to say the least.
The ACT's main parties have become desperately spendthrift.
But women remain significantly under-represented in the pool of candidates.
Labor is promising a big tax break to a handful of clubs, announcing on Thursday that some clubs will pay tax on just half the money they make from poker machines.
Chief Minister Andrew Barr has accused the Liberals of economic lunacy over suggestions they might slow down public housing sales in Northbourne Avenue.
Candidates will discover on Thursday their position on the ballot paper in October's election, although with a random ballot paper it is not clear there is any advantage to be had.
Labor promises scholarships to help teachers get qualified in science, technology, engineering or maths
The Labor Party promises scholarships a year to help teachers get qualified in science, technology, engineering and maths.
Andrew Barr asks ActewAGL to prioritise electricity connections to the Ivy apartment block in Franklin.