Ross Peake The pay-off from helping developing countries to dig up their minerals could ''dwarf'' anything that aid might deliver, the government told international mining experts on Monday.
Stephanie Anderson and Ross Peake The Australian Electoral Commission has confirmed the national tally room will be running for the coming election, despite reports that commercial broadcasters may abandon the $1 million service.
Ross Peake A parliamentary committee will be given the green light to investigate the lack of shops in the parliamentary zone.
Ross Peake Defence says the age of pamphlets seized from a Canberra bookshop is the reason it took two years to examine them.
Ross Peake ACT schools could lose up to $1.4 million each under a Coalition government, the federal government is warning in a new front in its campaign against Opposition Leader Tony Abbott.
Ross Peake The National Capital Authority will try to boost services in the parliamentary triangle as the thousands of workers in the precinct face paid parking.
Ross Peake The lack of shops and amenities in the Parliamentary Triangle must be examined before paid parking is introduced, according to the parliamentary committee that blocked the building of embassies in...
Ross Peake National institutions in the parliamentary triangle are wrestling with imposing paid parking on their staff and volunteers or risk having free parks swamped with public servants.
Ross Peake Wayne Swan's sixth - and possibly last - budget will lean on Canberra families.
Ross Peake The grandson of the nation's first Victoria Cross winner is campaigning for a Boer War memorial to be built in Canberra to honour Australians who fought in South Africa.
Ross Peake It may seem beyond belief, but military police have taken two years to deem that ageing handbooks are no longer a threat to national security.
Ross Peake The federal opposition is worried about ''a culture of bullying and harassment'' in AusAID after discovering Comcare premiums for Australia's foreign aid agency have risen sharply in the past six...
Ross Peake The Anzac Day march in Canberra on Thursday could be marred by ugly scenes if veterans are accused of wearing medals to which they are not entitled.
Ross Peake The ACT economy risks stalling next financial year under the strain of federal government cutbacks, an economic study will warn on Tuesday.
Ross Peake The ACT has the nation's strongest growth in real wages according to a study to be published on Monday.
Ross Peake Australian Federal Police officer Andy Warton will set out on Saturday on a dangerous kayak journey around Samoa to raise awareness about the nation's high rate of youth suicide.
Ross Peake The ACT has signed an agreement on Friday that will lead to the full implementation of the national disability insurance scheme in the territory first.
Ross Peake The Finance Department is preparing to cut jobs after failing to make the savings imposed by the federal government.
Ross Peake The public service must find the will to vastly extend its embrace of social media to create a "digital democracy" marked by far greater citizen participation.
Ross Peake The controversial plan to build embassies in Stirling Park is officially dead today as the National Capital Authority withdraws the proposal.