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Tom McIlroy is a Legislative Assembly reporter at The Canberra Times
Tom McIlroy ACT Labor backbencher Mary Porter has slammed voluntary euthanasia advocate Philip Nitschke, days after the Medical Board of Australia suspended his medical registration.
Tom McIlroy Revised patronage figures for Canberra's proposed light rail line estimate as many as 3500 passengers could use tram services in morning and afternoon peak periods.
Tom McIlroy Former ACT Chief Minister Kate Carnell has questioned projected patronage levels for light rail services in Canberra and said population density along the proposed route to Gungahlin is...
Tom McIlroy The Canberra Raiders' proposed $80 million redevelopment project in Braddon is one step closer to reality.
Tom McIlroy The body representing the ACT's building and construction industry has called for reforms to planning requirements.
Tom McIlroy A motorbike riders group has wants all road users considered when upgrading surfaces and infrastructure.
Tom McIlroy Closed investigations into deaths linked to instances of domestic violence will be reviewed.
Tom McIlroy Could suspended two-person vehicles, elevated on the median strip be the answer to Canberra's public transport woes?
Tom McIlroy Greens minister Shane Rattenbury has welcomed a new poll showing almost 66 per cent of Australians support the legalisation marijuana for medical purposes and called on ACT politicians to act in the...
Henry Belot and Tom McIlroy Senior ACT government bureaucrats are working with organisers of Braddon art project the Chop Shop after plans to turn a derelict mechanics' workshop on Lonsdale Street into a temporary art gallery...
Tom McIlroy The ACT Ambulance Service has some of the best response times of any Australian capital.
Tom McIlroy The ACT government has assembled a range of businesses to provide specialist advice for the rollout of the proposed 12-kilometre light rail line to Gungahlin.
Tom McIlroy Bars, shops and cafes are headed to the shores of Lake Burley Griffin.
Removal of pipes and wires along Northbourne Avenue critical to Canberra's light rail plans, says Chief Minister Katy Gallagher
Tom McIlroy The cost of relocating pipes and wires under Canberra's proposed light rail line will be a key consideration of the project's final business case, Chief Minister Katy Gallagher said on Tuesday.
Tom McIlroy The introduction of light rail as part of an integrated public transport network in Canberra could lead to a doubling of the number of commuters who leave their cars at home.
Tom McIlroy Controversial arts figure Jorian Gardner is set to take on a formal role in territory politics, as the incoming director of the Australian Sex Party in Canberra.
Natasha Boddy and Tom McIlroy A Greens push for terminally and chronically ill Canberrans to be allowed to use marijuana as part of treatment and pain management appears unlikely to find support in the ACT Legislative...
Natasha Boddy and Tom McIlroy Terminally and chronically ill Canberrans would legally be allowed to use marijuana to alleviate their pain and symptoms, under a proposal by the ACT Greens to legalise medical cannabis.
Tom McIlroy Canberra golf clubs are continuing to lobby the ACT government over the charges they are required to pay for the use of stormwater collected in private dams.
Tom McIlroy The Canberra Brave's Australian Ice Hockey League game was cancelled after the Adelaide Adrenaline's team bus crashed on Saturday.