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Markus Mannheim edits The Public Sector Informant and writes regularly about government administration and policy.
Markus Mannheim It's harder than it's ever been to afford a house in Canberra. But these simple maps show where the average wage slave can afford a house or unit in the city.
Kirsten Lawson, Markus Mannheim Many Canberra homeowners are facing rates bills that have jumped 60 per cent or more in just four years.
Markus Mannheim Treasurer Andrew Barr summed up the city's economic prospects as "better than last year".
Markus Mannheim Senior doctors at Canberra's public hospitals are set to protest against a proposed pay deal by refusing to bill private patients, talk to managers or teach junior staff.
Markus Mannheim Most ACT residents want confectionery-free checkouts in supermarkets.
Kirsten Lawson, Markus Mannheim Overweight and obese Canberrans seem to be in big-time denial.
Markus Mannheim The government purchased 19 properties despite its fears the proposed loan deal would collapse.
Tom McIlroy, Markus Mannheim The Finance Department says it created 980 pages of documents explaining why refurbishment works at The Lodge were delayed by a year.
Markus Mannheim Uncertainty about jobs has shaken investors' confidence in Canberra.
Markus Mannheim The typical ACT patient waits about seven weeks for an elective operation.
Markus Mannheim Investigators continued a forensic search of the scene of an alleged murder at the weekend, after the victim's daughter confessed to the killing in court.
Markus Mannheim Government primary schools and colleges expand, but high school enrolments continue to fall.
Primrose Riordan, Markus Mannheim Middle Eastern nations and Russia amass most of the unpaid fines among the diplomatic community.
Markus Mannheim Police were so concerned by some foreign diplomats' conduct they asked DFAT to formally counsel the relevant ambassadors.
Markus Mannheim An emergency patient admitted to an ACT ward costs more than twice as much to treat as patients in some states.
Markus Mannheim Some Canberra parents choose to lie about their address to enrol their children in their preferred public school.
Markus Mannheim Nearly a quarter of Canberra's government schools are expected to be overcrowded within three years, an internal government report suggests.
Markus Mannheim Competition between power companies is not helping Canberrans, many of whom believe they must buy from ActewAGL.
Markus Mannheim The ACT Education Directorate says it monitors demand for its schools and ensures they are not overcrowded.
Markus Mannheim Canberra Centre's huge ads are 'unlawful', but no one ever checked.