Business chamber unveil its new plan for Canberra.
Phillip Thomson is a Public Service Reporter at The Canberra Times.
But the minister is on the front foot – 'As marvellous as Lake Burley Griffin is, there are not many fishing grounds in it'.
Treasury secretary outlines plans to attract deputy secretaries and other top staff by making Sydney and Melbourne an option.
Agriculture minister moves ahead with controversial decentralisation plan for three organisations.
Penny Wong grills John Lloyd over his concern for welfare of public servant in Jamie Briggs saga.
Former PM&C boss says hiring public servants should follow the mantra - 'Bring them in, let them work, let them go'.
'People are still in a state of shock' as Canberra staff enter fourth year of unrest.
A bleak report had slammed the agency, but it is tackling the predicted deficits.
Saturday's hail storm caused "an iceberg" of damage on cars - most of the dents can't be seen unless you look really close.
Not even the top public service agency can give hard and fast rules on bureaucrats airing opinions publicly.