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SLA board raised concerns about Barr's $2 billion land sales targets

SLA board raised concerns about Barr's $2 billion land sales targets

The board of the chief land agency raised concerns it may not be able to meet Chief Minister Andrew Barr's $2 billion land sales revenue target.

  • by Daniel Burdon

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ACT Greens admit serious errors in handling sexual assault complaint

ACT Greens admit serious errors in handling sexual assault complaint

A party volunteer alleged another volunteer sexually assaulted her in a taxi on the night of the 2016 federal election.

  • by Daniel Burdon & Katie Burgess
ACT government stops short of pledge to maintain public housing levels

ACT government stops short of pledge to maintain public housing levels

The ACT government has stopped short of pledging to maintain the current levels of public housing stock at 7.12 per cent of all housing in the territory.

  • by Daniel Burdon
Rattenbury hits back at Stanhope over needle exchange

Rattenbury hits back at Stanhope over needle exchange

ACT Corrections Minister Shane Rattenbury has it back at a former Chief Minister's claim he lied about a government decision to allow the prison officer's union a veto over a needle exchange program at Canberra's prison.

  • by Daniel Burdon
ACT Clerk urges ban on politicians' contact with unlisted lobbyists

ACT Clerk urges ban on politicians' contact with unlisted lobbyists

The Clerk of the ACT Legislative Assembly has urged Canberra's local politicians be banned from meeting with unregistered lobbyists, after four years of government inaction.

  • by Daniel Burdon
Canberra's apartment boom biggest since records began

Canberra's apartment boom biggest since records began

Canberra's housing boom in the past decade is the biggest on record for the ACT and has created an oversupply of more than 6000 apartments in the city.

  • by Daniel Burdon
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Key Canberra Liberals donor could benefit from payroll tax break

Key Canberra Liberals donor could benefit from payroll tax break

One of the party's biggest political donors in recent months could stand to benefit in the hundreds of thousands of dollars, if the party is elected in 2020.

  • by Daniel Burdon
ACT government urged to create a new trust to fund affordable housing

ACT government urged to create a new trust to fund affordable housing

ACT Shelter has urged the ACT government to create a new public trust to fund more social and public housing across the city.

  • by Daniel Burdon
ACT Speaker farewells Auditor-General Maxine Cooper

ACT Speaker farewells Auditor-General Maxine Cooper

ACT Speaker Joy Burch has officially farewelled outgoing Auditor-General Dr Maxine Cooper as she finishes her seven-year term in the job this week.

  • by Daniel Burdon
Canberra Now: Care advice ignored, a Paralympian looks to save lives

Canberra Now: Care advice ignored, a Paralympian looks to save lives

A former public servant speaks about her High Court case, a Paralympian on the day that changed his life; and how the ACT government ignored advice on palliative care.

  • by Daniel Burdon
ACT magistrates retirement age to be extended to 70

ACT magistrates retirement age to be extended to 70

The ACT's magistrates and Director of Public Prosecutions will be able to work until they turn 70, under a government proposal.

  • by Daniel Burdon