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Nick Fuller

City maintenance a problem in suburbs, Canberra Liberals say

The ACT Government is failing to maintain suburbs properly, Liberals leader Elizabeth Lee claims, based on her survey of Kurrajong residents.

ACT electric vehicle owners celebrate 1000th registration

More than 1,200 electric vehicles have been registered in the ACT – 200 since the government waived rego in May.

Liberals and Business Chamber concerns over light rail works

Liberals say government has misled Canberrans about light rail, and Canberra Business Chamber worries about small businesses closing.

Four years of traffic congestion from light rail works

Construction works for stage 2A of the light rail (from Civic to Commonwealth Park) will bring more than four years of traffic congestion.

‘A shambles’: Liberals call for AMC investigation after prisoner escapes and mistaken releases

The ACT Government’s management of the Alexander Maconochie Centre and its detainees is “a shambles”, the Canberra Liberals claim.

Overseas travellers to quarantine at ANU

Government officials returning from overseas are in quarantine at a vacant residential accommodation complex at ANU for 14 days from 21 July.

Not going swimmingly: Gungahlin Pool repairs delayed

Repairs to the Gungahlin swimming pool will not be finished this year. The pool is ready for tiling, but the tilers can't leave Sydney.

Helping ACT looks after Canberra’s hungry

Helping ACT's mission is to provide food security for the vulnerable - including on a Muslim holy day. We talked to president Mohammed Ali.

Another brick in the wall: Hey, government – give those teachers vaccines

Unions called this week for the Commonwealth to give teachers and childcare workers priority access to COVID-19 vaccinations.

‘Playing politics with life and death’: Seselja responds to Gallagher

Zed Seselja has hit back at Katy Gallagher, who accused him of undemocratically blocking a bill to let Territories legislate on euthanasia.

Keep Braddon Centrelink open, Canberrans say

Centrelink customers joined Alicia Payne MP to try to save the Braddon Centrelink shopfront, which may close next year.

Hundreds sign Gallagher’s petition against Seselja

Nearly 1,300 people have signed Labor Senator Katy Gallagher’s petition calling on the Senate to ask Liberal Senator Zed Seselja “to end the ongoing discrimination against citizens of the ACT, and restore the ACT Legislative Assembly’s right to make laws for its own citizens”.

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