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Government will never recover from its moral bankruptcy
Opinion
Letters

Government will never recover from its moral bankruptcy

What is it that the ministers of this government have in common?

  • by Letters to the editor

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It's a good time to be a male public servant in Canberra
Wage Growth

It's a good time to be a male public servant in Canberra

Average annual wages in the ACT have passed $100,000 – but only for some.

  • by David McLennan
From 'car soccer' to calves to country music: Canberra Show goes on
Canberra life

From 'car soccer' to calves to country music: Canberra Show goes on

Organisers think numbers will be up this year and they have a few new things to show people.

  • by Steve Evans
'Crippling' rates hikes could drive us out, Canberra businesses say
Rates

'Crippling' rates hikes could drive us out, Canberra businesses say

The ACT government says most Canberra small businesses actually pay less tax than their interstate counterparts

  • by Dan Jervis-Bardy
Seeing double ... and double and ... Oztag team has six sets of twins
Canberra life

Seeing double ... and double and ... Oztag team has six sets of twins

"When one twin scores a try, the other will be in tears and then everyone will be crying."

  • by Megan Doherty
Final stage of Northbourne flats negotiations underway
Property development

Final stage of Northbourne flats negotiations underway

A deal on the 39,000 square metre plots that will house buildings up to 25 metres tall could be announced within weeks.

  • by Steve Evans
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Old CFMEU office demolition marks start of Dickson Section 72 revamp
Planning

Old CFMEU office demolition marks start of Dickson Section 72 revamp

The office block was at the centre of the controversial Dickson land swap

  • by Dan Jervis-Bardy
'Yes means yes': government to consider new consent laws

'Yes means yes': government to consider new consent laws

The government will wait for a NSW review into its consent laws before making changes in the ACT.

  • by Daniella White
Alleged murder victim planned to change will, court hears
Courts

Alleged murder victim planned to change will, court hears

A Canberra woman allegedly murdered by members of her family was making plans to change her will before she died, a court has heard.

  • by Alexandra Back
Police seek help to find missing Watson woman
Missing person

Police seek help to find missing Watson woman

ACT Policing is seeking the public’s assistance to locating missing 31-year-old woman Laura Barker.

Hunter Reid Fun Run and Walk around Lake Tuggeranong this weekend
Canberra life

Hunter Reid Fun Run and Walk around Lake Tuggeranong this weekend

All money raised will got to Ronald McDonald House Canberra.