Ross Peake, Markus Mannhein and David McLennan Bonuses for senior bureaucrats should not be provided to produce a single outcome, such as reducing red tape, the federal Coalition was told on Wednesday.
Ross Peake Billionaire miner Clive Palmer says he has been overwhelmed with interest from political candidates for his new political party
Ross Peake Canberra airport has lashed out over a plan to terminate high-speed on the north side of Canberra.
Ross Peake Tens of thousands of retired public servants are being mobilised in the election lead-up to push for better pensions.
Ross Peake Eden-Monaro MP Mike Kelly says he had no say over the fit-out of his electorate office that cost half a million dollars.
Ross Peake Prime Minister Kevin Rudd flies to Jakarta on Thursday for talks on asylum seeker boats with President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono.
Ross Peake Canberra would be the big loser under the Coalition's planned public service job cuts, the Australia Institute says.
Peter Jean and Ross Peake The proposed Civic to Gungahlin light rail has failed to make a national infrastructure priority list.
Ross Peake and Peter Jean Infrastructure Australia is calling for the cost of pay parking to be increased in Civic.
Ross Peake The public service might escape wholesale change despite the extensive shuffle of the Rudd government.
Ross Peake ACT senator Kate Lundy is expected to retain her position in the Labor ministry to be unveiled on Monday.
Ross Peake A parliamentary committee says the National Capital Authority should develop a strategy for retail services in the parliamentary zone.
Ross Peake Canberra’s two frontbench members of Prime Minister Kevin Rudd’s team are expecting to keep their positions in the ministry reshuffle.
Ross Peake Kevin Rudd must put an end to shambolic management in his office if he wishes to rebuild relations with the public service.
Ross Peake Canberra’s federal Labor MPs are waiting anxiously to see how they might fit into Prime Minister Kevin Rudd’s frontbench.
Ross Peake Mike Kelly: "Kevin is a magnificent campaigner, he has tremendous capacity"
Ross Peake The federal government's biggest department is backing down from a plan to hire more than 1000 casual workers while cutting more than 2400 of its permanent staff.
Ross Peake The sudden ballot for the Labor Party leadership split the party's MPs in the ACT.
Ross Peake The federal government's biggest department is backing down from a plan to hire more than a 1,000 workers as casuals while shedding more than 2,400 of its permanent staff.
Ross Peake Opposition Leader Tony Abbott will be given a stern lecture on Wednesday - by one of his team - to respect the public service rather then treat it like ''the enemy''.