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Greens concerned hundreds missing out on ACT public housing

Greens concerned hundreds missing out on ACT public housing

The ACT Greens have voiced concerns people are missing out on public housing due to a lack of availability.

  • by Daniel Burdon

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Rising number of Canberra's young people in justice system

Rising number of Canberra's young people in justice system

The number of children in detention or on community detention orders spiked by 40 per cent last fiscal year.

  • by Daniel Burdon
Light rail on the way to Civic, but testing to go on for weeks

Light rail on the way to Civic, but testing to go on for weeks

The final stage of testing for Canberra's new light rail system is underway, but the government would not say how long testing would continue.

  • by Daniel Burdon
Households in ACT public housing falling back to 2009 levels

Households in ACT public housing falling back to 2009 levels

The number of Canberra households living in a public housing dwelling has fallen, despite an overall rise in the number of dwellings available.

  • by Daniel Burdon
Canberra Now: Soldiers in limbo; and rates reform 'ignored'

Canberra Now: Soldiers in limbo; and rates reform 'ignored'

Plus, Canberra women march for women's rights and against the continued scourge of violence.

  • by Daniel Burdon
ACT government 'ignores' call to ease rates pressure on unit owners

ACT government 'ignores' call to ease rates pressure on unit owners

It shows the government has no plans to immediately overhaul the territory's rates and land tax system.

  • by Daniel Burdon
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Day, night testing along light rail track starts next week

Day, night testing along light rail track starts next week

Testing of the light rail vehicles at both day and night along the route from Gungahlin to the city will start from next Tuesday.

  • by Daniel Burdon
Canberra light rail workers on shift in near-40 degree heat

Canberra light rail workers on shift in near-40 degree heat

Construction workers building Canberra's light rail network have been forced to work in near-40 degree heat this week.

  • by Daniel Burdon
Green bins to roll out across Canberra from April

Green bins to roll out across Canberra from April

Residents in the inner north and south, Woden, Molonglo Valley and some areas in Gungahlin will be able to get a green bin for their gardening waste from April.

  • by Daniel Burdon
ACT government rejects claims tenancy changes will drive up rents

ACT government rejects claims tenancy changes will drive up rents

The ACT government says the changes aimed instead to protect tenants from excessive rent increases.

  • by Daniel Burdon
ACT Opposition hits out over warnings on land supply monopoly

ACT Opposition hits out over warnings on land supply monopoly

ACT Opposition Leader Alistair Coe has accused the Labor government of knowingly driving up the cost of residential land in Canberra.

  • by Daniel Burdon