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Parliament House architect says tram should be wire-free to Adelaide Ave

Parliament House architect says tram should be wire-free to Adelaide Ave

The National Capital Authority says it is still waiting for detailed plans on stage 2 of the project.

  • by Kirsten Lawson

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Cotter farm goes under the hammer after Fluffy asbestos demolition

Cotter farm goes under the hammer after Fluffy asbestos demolition

Farmers recall sand in the petrol tank, snakes in the water.

  • by Kirsten Lawson
Labor backbencher quits right faction ahead of conference

Labor backbencher quits right faction ahead of conference

ACT Labor backbencher Michael Pettersson has sensationally split off from the party's right faction.

  • by Kirsten Lawson & Katie Burgess
Carlo Tosolini back in business and hitting high notes

Carlo Tosolini back in business and hitting high notes

Molto Italian sparkles not only from the lights reflecting off steel and water.

  • by Kirsten Lawson
Hands Across Canberra considering space in Labor Club building

Hands Across Canberra considering space in Labor Club building

The organisation to take control of the new Chief Minister’s Charitable Fund has confirmed it is in talks with the Labor Club about taking office space in a city building owned by the club.

  • by Kirsten Lawson & Steven Trask
Labor's internal fight for the new federal Canberra seat is heating up

Labor's internal fight for the new federal Canberra seat is heating up

Four Labor party members are now in the running for Canberra, with lobbyist and former adviser Simon Banks the latest to consider standing.

  • by Kirsten Lawson
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A public servant breaks his silence and the cracks appear
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A public servant breaks his silence and the cracks appear

Greg Ellis has defended publicly his role in the controversial Dickson land swap, shedding light on how the ACT bureaucracy works.

  • by Kirsten Lawson
Dickson land swap negotiator breaks his silence
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Dickson land swap negotiator breaks his silence

Greg Ellis speaks out to protect his reputation, saying he negotiated the best deal he could.

  • by Kirsten Lawson, Katie Burgess & Daniel Burdon
ACT funded school fitness program despite company's debt to territory
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ACT funded school fitness program despite company's debt to territory

B Firm has now agreed to a payment plan for the debt of $20,000 plus GST.

  • by Kirsten Lawson
Katy Gallagher has a new job, at Calvary Hospital

Katy Gallagher has a new job, at Calvary Hospital

Former ACT chief minister Katy Gallagher - who tried to buy  Calvary Public Hospital - is now working there.

  • by Daniella White & Kirsten Lawson
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