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ACT government rejects claims tenancy changes will drive up rents

ACT government rejects claims tenancy changes will drive up rents

The ACT government says the changes aimed instead to protect tenants from excessive rent increases.

  • by Daniel Burdon

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Rise in commercial rates revenue fuelled by more than just new premises
ACT government

Rise in commercial rates revenue fuelled by more than just new premises

More than 300 Canberra businesses were hit with huge rate rises last year.

  • by Katie Burgess
ACT government scrambles to sell off public land in prime locations
ACT residential property

ACT government scrambles to sell off public land in prime locations

The ACT may miss out on federal funds if it can't sell old public housing sites within six months.

  • by Markus Mannheim
The more you earn, the bigger the fine: ACT considers tiered penalties
Rates

The more you earn, the bigger the fine: ACT considers tiered penalties

People on low incomes would pay less for parking and traffic fines - but the city's more well-heeled folk would pay more, under a plan under consideration.

  • by Daniel Burdon
Flyers to remind drivers not to park illegally at school fetes
Schools

Flyers to remind drivers not to park illegally at school fetes

Access Canberra has confirmed 173 parking fines were issued at the Canberra Girls Grammar School fete and 49 fines issued at the Weetangera Public School fete.

  • by Megan Doherty
Most property owners aren't challenging big rates rises. Here's why
Planning and development

Most property owners aren't challenging big rates rises. Here's why

More than 300 commercial properties have been hit with massive rates increases due to a government revaluation, but fewer than 15 per cent have challenged them.

  • by Daniel Burdon
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Canberra Now: Rate rises for business; the buildings without poetry
Canberra

Canberra Now: Rate rises for business; the buildings without poetry

Plus, the gender pay gap narrows.

  • by Steve Evans
Assessing the Barr government's hits and misses
Opinion
Opinion

Assessing the Barr government's hits and misses

Halfway through this parliamentary term, is the ACT Chief Minister pleased with his progress?

  • by The Canberra Times
More than 300 Canberra businesses hit with rates rises
Canberra

More than 300 Canberra businesses hit with rates rises

More than 300 Canberra businesses have been hit with huge rates rises, including 100 firms in Phillip.

  • by Daniel Burdon
Higher water prices, consumption gives Icon Water $25 million boost
Rates

Higher water prices, consumption gives Icon Water $25 million boost

Higher prices, more connections and greater water use helped boost the ACT's monopoly water supplier's revenue by $25 million last fiscal year.

  • by Daniel Burdon
Dickson Library partially reopens following asbestos removal
Construction

Dickson Library partially reopens following asbestos removal

The library is expected to be fully reopened to the public by November.