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ACT land agency misses revenue target by almost $200 million

ACT land agency misses revenue target by almost $200 million

The ACT government's Suburban Land Agency has missed Chief Minister Andrew Barr's revenue target for 2017-18

  • by Daniel Burdon

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Canberra mothers put ACT coronial system on law reform agenda

Canberra mothers put ACT coronial system on law reform agenda

The ACT's law reform advisory council is considering how restorative justice could be used in the coronial system.

  • by Daniel Burdon
ACT tenants should be allowed to make minor changes: Greens

ACT tenants should be allowed to make minor changes: Greens

The third of Canberrans living in rental properties should be allowed to make minor changes, such as putting up picture frames, without the written consent of the landlord, the ACT Greens have urged.

  • by Daniel Burdon
Higher water prices, consumption gives Icon Water $25 million boost

Higher water prices, consumption gives Icon Water $25 million boost

Higher prices, more connections and greater water use helped boost the ACT's monopoly water supplier's revenue by $25 million last fiscal year.

  • by Daniel Burdon
Up to 50 Canberra schools will still lose dedicated bus services

Up to 50 Canberra schools will still lose dedicated bus services

The ACT government will add an extra 78 dedicated school bus services, but 50 Canberra schools will still lose their dedicated services.

  • by Daniel Burdon
China's waste ban starts to bite at ACT's largest recycling centre

China's waste ban starts to bite at ACT's largest recycling centre

China's crackdown on imports of foreign waste has started to bite at the ACT's largest recycling centre.

  • by Daniel Burdon
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ACT public housing demand forecasts not updated for six years

ACT public housing demand forecasts not updated for six years

Public housing advocates have previously cited concerns the level of demand may be much greater than estimated.

  • by Daniel Burdon
ACT Greens invite Defqon.1 to Canberra, may offer pill testing

ACT Greens invite Defqon.1 to Canberra, may offer pill testing

NSW effectively banned the event after two died, three were in a critical condition and hundreds of others were sick because of drugs.

  • by Daniel Burdon
Riverview paid more than $12 million, exempted from ACT tender rules

Riverview paid more than $12 million, exempted from ACT tender rules

The ACT government has paid its joint venture partner in the massive cross-border Ginninderry development more than $12 million in project management fees.

  • by Daniel Burdon
ACT poker machine regulations nation's most lax: Report

ACT poker machine regulations nation's most lax: Report

The ACT's poker machine regulatory system is the nation's most lax, while the density of the machines in Canberra is second only to the poker machine gambling mecca of New South Wales, a new report has found.

  • by Daniel Burdon
ACT private rental visitor nights double in one year

ACT private rental visitor nights double in one year

The number of nights visitors to Canberra stayed in private rental accommodation more than doubled in the year to June, rising to more than 500,000 for the first time.

  • by Daniel Burdon