Former Canberra Liberals leader, Alistair Coe will resign from the Legislative Assembly in March, having been a member since 2008.
More Canberra households will be able to install solar panels and get interest-free loans for zero emission vehicles.
ACT Greens leader Shane Rattenbury believes the Greens could become the ACT’s major political party in a few years.
Judge Michael Adams QC has been appointed as the ACT’s acting Integrity Commissioner until a permanent successor is found.
Elizabeth Lee, the Canberra Liberals' new leader, will work hard to ensure that the ACT sees her party as a genuine alternate government.
Canberra patients are well pleased with the hospital care they receive, it seems – once they finally see somebody.
Leanne Castley MLA has called on Sports Minister Yvette Berry to answer if the pool at the Gungahlin Leisure Centre will reopen in 2021.
The Alcohol Tobacco and Other Drugs Association ACT (ATODA) supports Michael Pettersson MLA’s proposed bill to decriminalise hard drugs.
Labor MLA Michael Pettersson wants to decriminalise personal possession of small amounts of hard drugs, like heroin, cocaine and ice, and see users directed to public health programs instead.
Environmental engineer and former public servant Andrew Braddock, Yerrabi's new Green MLA, believes his children's future is at stake.
Social and economic inequality is the most significant political issue we face, Johnathan Davis, new Greens MLA for Brindabella, believes.
A new report reviewing the ACT Court Transport Unit (CTU) reveals CTU officers expressed discomfort about a lack of training when it came to using force or restraints on children and young people in their care, which can be fatal when administered incorrectly.
New Greens MLA Jo Clay entered the Legislative Assembly to do her best for the planet and for today’s refugees.
In her first speech, Dr Marisa Paterson, the ACT’s only new Labor MLA, spoke passionately about racism, gambling, and sexual harassment.
Leanne Castley, the new Canberra Liberals MLA for Yerrabi, wants to prove that someone from an average background can succeed in Parliament.
The new Greens MLA and Minister for Disability, Justice Health, and Mental Health made her first speech in the Legislative Assembly last week.
One in five people in Australia have some form of disability, about 18% of the population, however that number more than doubles in correction facilities, where almost 50% of adult detainees have a disability.