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Sally Whyte is a reporter for The Canberra Times covering the public service.

Gai Brodtmann goes out swinging against the 'Canberra bubble'

Gai Brodtmann goes out swinging against the 'Canberra bubble'

But she also called for an end to the silence around a disease affecting millions of Australian women in her valedictory speech.

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David Smith staffer resigned after bullying investigation

David Smith staffer resigned after bullying investigation

Nick Douros has also been suspended from his role as president of ACT Young Labor.

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Labor candidate Alicia Payne spruiks Canberra, policy credentials

Labor candidate Alicia Payne spruiks Canberra, policy credentials

The Labor candidate for Canberra kicked off her campaign on Wednesday night.

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ABC has culture problem: father of alleged bullying victim

ABC has culture problem: father of alleged bullying victim

Phil Martin said he wrote to the broadcaster attempting to end a legal stoush three years before it finally came to a close this month.

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ACIC ignored DTA's calls on failed $34 milion biometric project

ACIC ignored DTA's calls on failed $34 milion biometric project

The Digital Transformation Agency said it didn't know what was going on with the failing project because the commission never picked up the phone.

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The tech giants cleaning up public sector failures

The tech giants cleaning up public sector failures

Government IT struggles are no secret, and the area has become a happy hunting ground for tech giants looking for work with agencies.

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Minister denies robodebt caused more than 2000 deaths

Minister denies robodebt caused more than 2000 deaths

Nearly a third of those who died after receiving letters were already marked as vulnerable in Centrelink's database.

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After almost $500k, seven-year legal battle, Comcare admits liability

After almost $500k, seven-year legal battle, Comcare admits liability

The insurer is also now liable for legal costs for an ABC employee who says she was bullied by a manager.

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Only 12 to go: ACT government almost achieves pokies reduction

Only 12 to go: ACT government almost achieves pokies reduction

A plan to reduce the number of gaming machines in the ACT to 4000 by 2020 is almost complete.

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A 14-month battle to run for parliament: a triple-citizen's experience

A 14-month battle to run for parliament: a triple-citizen's experience

Greens candidate Tim Hollo says his difficulty nominating for parliament shows Australia's dual-citizenship laws are a barrier to democratic participation.

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Foreign-born directors of security vetting companies cause concern

Foreign-born directors of security vetting companies cause concern

Defence couldn't answer questions about the private companies tasked with digging into the pasts of senior government officials.

  • by Sally Whyte