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Noel Towell is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
Noel Towell The Defence Department’s publicity battalion has called in reinforcements from the private sector, spending hundreds of thousands of taxpayers’ dollars on consultants for public relations...
Noel Towell The Prime Minister's cash-strapped Public Service Department has been paying consultants $20,000 a month to advise on how to slash its workforce.
Noel Towell It's not an easy thing - walking away from seven decades of history for Canberra's military services community.
Noel Towell and Phillip Thomson Canberra braces for a "black day" with the Abbott government's first budget set to hit the city hard.
Noel Towell and Henry Belot Vital earth-moving work on Canberra's $288 million Majura Parkway project stopped on Wednesday morning amid fear that a deal between two building firms to keep the job moving had collapsed.
Noel Towell Canberra's biggest construction project, the $288 million Majura Parkway, was plunged into turmoil on Monday with the road's key contractor threatening to walk away from the job.
Noel Towell The $288 million Majura Parkway faces major delays and potential cost blow-outs of tens of millions of dollars with its main earthworks contractor set to abandon the job.
Noel Towell Australian politicians and public servants tempted by bribery or corruption can soon turn to a mobile moral compass if their own consciences are found to be wanting.
Noel Towell The ACT Government has tens of thousands of dollars of Louise Haberkorn's money, now it wants to sell her house.
Noel Towell Car sharing has never come naturally to Canberra's public servants but one young local entrepreneur and the city's global warming activists want to change all that.
Noel Towell The ACT's Health complaints authority has blasted the processes that led to a prisoner being handcuffed for five days to a bed at Canberra Hospital in 2012.
Noel Towell Rank-and-file Canberra public servants will need pay rises of nearly $4000 this year just to cover the cost of parking.
Noel Towell A former federal police officer has failed in his bid for compensation for injuries he sustained on his way to work.
Noel Towell Householders around Canberra's Parliamentary Triangle are already cashing in on the paid parking regime around the precinct, according to a private sector parking broker.
Noel Towell The conduct of the owners of failed Canberra builder Sublime Developments will be investigated after a court ordered the company be wound up this week and called in the liquidators.
Noel Towell There were plenty of smiles for the cameras this week as Canberra's Deep Space Communication Complex celebrated its 50th birthday.
Noel Towell Tribunal will be asked to decide if a psychologist has the right to call for the criminalisation of gay sex.
Noel Towell and Tom McIlroy ACT government says it can do little to stem the bleeding of jobs from the precinct.
Noel Towell, Meredith Clisby and Fleta Page Canberra’s tallest building, Woden’s Lovett Tower, is set to become a near-empty shell when hundreds of public service occupants move out in two years.