The ACT has enjoyed massive federal investments in major road projects since 2011, but Labor has criticised the drying up of promises.
Reporter at The Canberra Times
They were the hardworking migrants who built tunnels through mountains to create an irrigation and power wonder, but the time has come for the final annual Snowy Scheme gathering.
The Gallipoli campaign may have created a legend for Australia's military, but the public's independent nature was displayed in the conscription vote the next year, leading historians said.
Does an implicit bias for unfamiliar names play a part in delivering an Assembly with nearly 90 per cent Anglo-Celtic – and all European – surnames?
It took a year and two days, but the damage done by a truck driver accidentally crashing his load into the Acton Tunnel has finally been repaired.
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.
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.