Parents choose between food and fuel, businesses brace for rising costs

Hannah Neale
Miriam Webber
By Hannah Neale, and Miriam Webber
Updated March 15 2022 - 12:46am, first published March 14 2022 - 6:30pm
ACTCOSS chief executive officer Dr Emma Campbell. Picture: Elesa Kurtz

The impacts of climbing petrol prices have been far flung and Canberra is no exception, with low-income earners to bear the brunt of exorbitant costs, as businesses looking to rebuild face yet another setback.

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Hannah Neale

Hannah Neale

Reporter

Hannah is a general reporter with The Canberra Times. She is currently covering the early breaking news shift and is ready to chase your morning headlines. Hannah started as a journalist with The Southern Highland News and The Goulburn Post before moving to the ACT. Twitter: @neale_hannah

Miriam Webber

Miriam Webber

City reporter

I'm the Canberra Times' city reporter, digging into how the capital is developing and the issues affecting residents, businesses and community organisations. Drop me a line at miriam.webber@canberratimes.com.au