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ACT industry welcomes rental measures amid eviction moratorium confusion

New rental measures announced by the ACT Government on Thursday (2 April) will see landlords offered an incentive to reduce rents for tenants in stress.

Government authorities seal bumper land swap deal

A blockbuster land swap deal has been finalised that will further allow the ACT Government’s plans to transform the West Basin to come to fruition.

Coe alleges ‘secret deal’ keeping ACT public schools closed

ACT Opposition Leader Alistair Coe today alleged the existence of a ‘secret deal’ between the ACT Government and union bosses keeping public schools closed.

Australia considers COVID-19 tracing app while others take action

While Australia considers introducing an opt-in app to trace COVID-19 cases as a tool to help contain the spread of the coronavirus...

Morrison declares two person limit on public gatherings

A limit of two people at public gatherings is part of a raft of new measures announced by Prime Minister Scott Morrison to curb the spread of coronavirus.

CIT Woden campus design options released

The public is being asked to have their say on two potential designs for the ACT Government’s new Woden CIT campus, with construction to commence in 2022.

Dr Mike Kelly to resign from Federal Parliament

Federal Labor MP Dr Mike Kelly this morning announced he will resign from the seat of Eden-Monaro, marking the first by-election of the 46th parliament.

West Basin lake edge to be redrawn under new proposal

Lake Burley Griffin’s West Basin shoreline will be filled in and redrawn in the next phase of the City Renewal Authority Acton Waterfront redevelopment.

Aussies eager for early super access

The ATO has so far approved 757,000 applications, which are worth $6.3 billion in total, for early release of superannuation to those impacted financially by COVID-19.

Master Builders ACT questions new labour hire licensing scheme

A new labour hire licensing scheme will go ahead in the ACT despite a peak body for construction holding “serious concerns” about the new law.

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