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Kirsten Lawson is news director at The Canberra Times

ANU pulls out of new Ramsay Centre degree in Western Civilisation
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ANU pulls out of new Ramsay Centre degree in Western Civilisation

The ANU has pulled out of negotiations with the Ramsay Centre to set up a controversial degree in Western civilisation.

  • by Kirsten Lawson

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Canberra officials have been taking flu vaccines from doctors' offices

Canberra officials have been taking flu vaccines from doctors' offices

In what one doctor described as "madness", authorities have taken vaccines from doctors, forcing them to cancel bookings, because of a nationwide shortage.

  • by Han Nguyen & Kirsten Lawson
Ministerial diaries show who meets with ACT ministers

Ministerial diaries show who meets with ACT ministers

Andrew Barr meets big Chinese developers in January.

  • by Kirsten Lawson
Auditor finds poor oversight of club 'community contributions'

Auditor finds poor oversight of club 'community contributions'

Clubs claiming wages, airline club membership and sports ground maintenance as community contributions, audit finds.

  • by Kirsten Lawson
Konstantinou Group defends plans to shrink Gold Creek golf course

Konstantinou Group defends plans to shrink Gold Creek golf course

The developer faced angry residents at a Gungahlin community meeting.

  • by Kirsten Lawson & Han Nguyen
Art Group's supermarket plans for Northbourne Avenue abandoned

Art Group's supermarket plans for Northbourne Avenue abandoned

Johnny Roso's Art Group has been forced to abandon plans for a supermarket on Northbourne Avenue.

  • by Kirsten Lawson, Han Nguyen
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Soho development: Application submitted for 409 apartments on Northbourne Avenue

Soho development: Application submitted for 409 apartments on Northbourne Avenue

A developer has applied for permission to build 409 apartments replacing public housing on Northbourne Avenue.

  • by Han Nguyen, Kirsten Lawson
'He would've pulled through': Desperate father seeks answers to son's prison death

'He would've pulled through': Desperate father seeks answers to son's prison death

Matt Hogan is desperately seeking answers after his son Jonathon died in custody.

  • by Kirsten Lawson, Steven Trask, Katie Burgess
Molonglo Group commissions Chilean-designed experimental pavilion for Dairy Road

Molonglo Group commissions Chilean-designed experimental pavilion for Dairy Road

Two towers and a circular walkway to sit between the Jerrabomberra wetlands and new city development.

  • by Kirsten Lawson
Morris Property Group set to snap up key Canberra city block on Section 63

Morris Property Group set to snap up key Canberra city block on Section 63

One of Canberra's most prestigious blocks of land is set to be snapped up.

  • by Daniel Burdon, Kirsten Lawson
'Wasn't a nice thing to say': Andrew Barr apologises for saying he hates journalists

'Wasn't a nice thing to say': Andrew Barr apologises for saying he hates journalists

Chief Minister Andrew Barr says he has learned from the strong reaction to his comments last week.

  • by Kirsten Lawson