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Lisa Cox is a national political reporter covering breaking news and the environment. Most recently Lisa covered the ACT Legislative Assembly for The Canberra Times.
Lisa Cox A $300,000 discrepancy has emerged in the ACT Liberal Party's financial declarations to two different electoral authorities in the same month.
Lisa Cox The ACT government is seeking legal advice on whether campaign finance reforms are unconstitutional.
Lisa Cox ACT government signals it could reduce charges to kick-start the territory's flagging construction sector.
Lisa Cox The territory's electoral commissioner could recommend changes to the financial disclosure rules that would force the ACT political parties to declare ''disputed'' debts.
Lisa Cox and Peter Jean Government shifting more people into private hospitals for elective surgery to cut the number of patients waiting too long for operations.
Lisa Cox ACT government considers relaxing laws preventing new buildings casting shadows over neighbours' yards.
Lisa Cox The ACT government is retrospectively claiming work in territory nature reserves as biodiversity offsets so that it can plough ahead with new urban developments, say two senior ANU academics.
Lisa Cox Prime Minister Tony Abbott conducting his first citizenship ceremony before a crowd of hundreds in Canberra on Sunday.
Lisa Cox Every year, Canberra's Historic Engine Club keeps a stall at the Bungendore Show.
Lisa Cox The ACT government is overhauling its new plan for buses after passengers complained the proposal cut too many stops.
Lisa Cox Canberra food businesses are flouting basic food-safety requirements such as installing a basin for hand washing, and cleaning the kitchen, says the territory’s chief health officer.
Lisa Cox Summernats legend Chic Henry has joined the ACT Liberal Party and has his sights set on a seat in the ACT Legislative Assembly in 2016.
Lisa Cox Chief Minister rejects calls from territory's business community to cut spending on public transport.
Lisa Cox and Meredith Clisby The Land Development Agency has chosen to go it alone in developing greenfield sites for housing.
Lisa Cox The ACT government is a step closer to launching a cull of feral deer in territory reserves.
Lisa Cox ACT Labor and Greens MLAs are set to boycott for the second year running a multi-faith church service.
Lisa Cox The ACT government will reduce its land release program as the territory's rate of population growth slows.
Lisa Cox, Fleta Page and Judith Ireland The ACT government has attacked a federal government review of the national school curriculum as an attempt to wield political influence in Australian classrooms.
Lisa Cox Canberra's Old Bus Depot Markets have moved as the ACT government prepares for its $2 million facelift.
Lisa Cox Crowding at Canberra's jail is partly to blame for an increase in banned items being smuggled into the prison.