The LDA could make a tidy sum from selling a prime vacant block within a stone's throw of Parliament House after successfully pushing - against community opposition - for a zoning change to open up commercial options.
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The tram is locked in, but will Gungahlin residents have to accept a swarm of tall buildings in the popular area?
The ACT government's best four ministers should shoulder a heavy burden for at least a year as inexperienced MLAs join the executive, political academic John Warhurst said.
The final make-up of the Legislative Assembly has been confirmed, with no new final surprises from preferences.
ACT Labor's historic win of a fifth term has been downplayed by election doyen Malcolm Mackerras, who said the territory was Australia's only politically "lopsided" jurisdiction.
From growing up with 200 foster children circulating through her home to a career as an urban planner, Labor's Suzanne Orr will bring some valuable perspectives to the next Assembly.
The Greens remain hopeful of increasing their numbers in the Assembly despite a narrow swing against the party on Saturday.
A range of tests in baby Oliver's first month proved he could effectively hear nothing. But today he can hear – and talk – as well as any two-year-old, and his parents want everyone to don "loud" shirts next week to help others with the same problem.
The largest relocation in the National Archives' 33-year history will begin in two weeks, and it's a logistical headache.
Canberra disability service providers who were owed hundreds of thousands of dollars in July and August are still facing extended delays from the troubled NDIS portal rollout.