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Noel Towell The Ainslie Group of licensed clubs has parted company with its chief executive and been forced to refinance up to $5 million in debt as it struggles to pay for a costly revamp to one of its venues.
Noel Towell It's the big and expensive machine from America that promises to take the human factor out of cataract surgery in Canberra.
Noel Towell Healthcare workers at a private hospital in Canberra’s south face an uncertain future after its owners called in administrators this week.
Noel Towell A Canberra public servant was left with a psychological illness - after his bosses said he could keep his job.
Lisa Cox and Noel Towell The ACT government is failing in almost every aspect of its management of the territory's car parks, a new report has found.
Noel Towell Young people are walking away from the Murray-Darling Basin at nearly twice the rate of other rural and regional areas of Australia and Jarrod Deaton is not surprised.
Noel Towell Government agencies are facing a painful learning curve as they grapple with their workers' behaviour on social media.
Noel Towell The alleged hacking of plans of Canberra's new ASIO building came despite the most stringent security.
Noel Towell Canberra builder Ply had debts of more than $42 million, much of it to hundreds of small builders and tradesmen in Canberra, when it collapsed in March, the Federal Court has heard.
Noel Towell A US-style "free market" approach should be used to allocate land to Canberra's international embassies, according to Canberra MP Gai Brodtmann.
Noel Towell A tribunal has ruled that public service managers can use ''robustness'' without being labelled bullies.
Noel Towell New information-sharing powers for public service bosses will mean federal government workers face more scrutiny of their behaviour, attendance and even web browsing.
Noel Towell The ACT govt says Canberra's univs will benefit from a new program to promote the tertiary sector.
Noel Towell The YWCA of Canberra has had enough of Connie Parkes and her children.
Noel Towell A former Canberra public servant has lost a bid for workers' compensation lodged 30 years after she allegedly witnessed a fatal workplace accident.
Noel Towell Exemptions from new whistleblowing laws could give Australia's intelligence agencies “a 007 licence to kill” approach, according to one of the nation's leading public sector corruption...
Noel Towell Liberal Senate candidate Zed Seselja has hit back at the Construction Forestry Mining and Energy Union after its local branch declared it would actively campaign against him in the federal election.
Noel Towell A cull of dozens of senior ATO officials has left junior staff to "match wits" against vastly more experienced corporate tax experts, according to a public sector union.
Noel Towell Union threatening to take legal action in its dispute with the government's biggest department over the ''casualisation'' of its workforce.
Noel Towell The Richards brothers wish they'd never heard of the National Portrait Gallery or John Holland Group, the national construction company that built the institution.