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Gymnastics Australia backflip on decision to leave ageing AIS

Gymnastics Australia backflip on decision to leave ageing AIS

A lack of viable short-term options and the risk of disrupting Olympic preparations has prompted a backflip.

  • by Caden Helmers

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Speeding drivers to receive lower payments under new CTP scheme
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Cars

Speeding drivers to receive lower payments under new CTP scheme

Lawyers also say the ACT's new compulsory third party insurance scheme hands too much power to insurance companies.

  • by Katie Burgess
'People are crying to me on the phone': Taxi owners face bankruptcy
Taxis

'People are crying to me on the phone': Taxi owners face bankruptcy

The ACT government has ruled out giving any taxi plate owners compensation after legalising ride-sharing companies.

  • by Daniel Burdon
Corkhill Brothers set to make $139 million on Ginninderry project
Canberra

Corkhill Brothers set to make $139 million on Ginninderry project

The Corkhill Brothers group stands to make at least $139 million on its crossborder land venture with the ACT government.

  • by Katie Burgess
Canberra Now: Health inquiry pressure, and gold medalist opens up
Paralympic Games

Canberra Now: Health inquiry pressure, and gold medalist opens up

Plus, could the region's dry conditions spell trouble for Floriade?

  • by Sherryn Groch
Canberra Now: Night-time economy thrives; recycling centre appeal
Planning

Canberra Now: Night-time economy thrives; recycling centre appeal

Plus, all the glitz and glamour from Parliament House.

  • by Emma Kelly
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Tharwa's future spelled out in new plan
Planning and development

Tharwa's future spelled out in new plan

One resident says the town has stagnated in recent years, but it appears opportunities are on the horizon.

  • by Elliot Williams
Janet Anderson pulls out of Canberra Health Services top job
Healthcare

Janet Anderson pulls out of Canberra Health Services top job

The new boss of Canberra Hospital has pulled out of the job, just days after it was announced she would take the helm of the troubled organisation.

  • by Katie Burgess
Could Dorothy Dixers be cut from the ACT parliament's question time?
Canberra

Could Dorothy Dixers be cut from the ACT parliament's question time?

They're the scourge of Question Time in Westminster parliaments all around the world, and can lead to some pretty cringe-worthy moments.

  • by Katie Burgess
The push to make the ACT's ministers 'honourable'
Canberra

The push to make the ACT's ministers 'honourable'

Despite the recent shenanigans, federal ministers are "honourable" - as in all other Australian parliaments - although they're not here. That could soon change.

  • by Katie Burgess
Chris Steel a new voice of youth for the ACT ministry

Chris Steel a new voice of youth for the ACT ministry

Although it's happened suddenly, new ACT minister Chris Steel says he's ready tackle his diverse portfolio

  • by Sally Pryor