The Canberra Liberals say it is “an absolute disgrace” that thousands of people were waiting years for housing, while more than 400 properties were empty.
The Canberra Liberals announced a cabinet reshuffle after Alistair Coe’s resignation and James Milligan’s return to the Legislative Assembly.
The ACT Government is calling for a Royal Commission into suicide rates among current and former ADF personnel.
News that over one third of all feral horses trapped since July 2020 have been released has outraged members of the ACT Government.
The Legislative Assembly unanimously supported a Liberal motion to ensure sexual assault forensic sampling and counselling is available all the time.
The three ACT political parties unanimously moved that the Federal Government restore Territory rights so the ACT can vote on euthanasia.
James Milligan, former Liberal member for Yerrabi, is returning to the ACT Legislative Assembly, filling the vacancy left by Alistair Coe.
Federal and local politicians have once more called on the government to restore Territory rights to vote on euthanasia.
The new Canberra Stadium remains a political football between ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr and Liberal Senator for the ACT Zed Seselja.
International credit rating agency Standard and Poor’s (S&P) awarded the ACT Government its highest credit rating
Seventy-six of the ACT’s 89 public schools contain lead or asbestos, the ACT Government’s Education Directorate revealed today.
Advocates are demanding income support payments be increased to $80 per day for unwaged, underemployed and insecure workers.
A roughly 6,000 strong crowd listened closely as Brittany Higgins spoke about gendered violence at March 4 Justice Canberra.
While the plans for tomorrow’s march took flight on Twitter, from 1970 to 1976 the Canberra Women’s Liberation Group spread its roots with telephone trees and a printed monthly newsletter.
Alistair Coe, former member for Yerrabi and ex-Canberra Liberals leader, today resigned from the ACT Legislative Assembly after 12 years.
The ACT and the Northern Territory have been barred from voting on voluntary assisted dying (euthanasia) for 25 years.