International credit rating agency Standard and Poor’s (S&P) awarded the ACT Government its highest credit rating
Keen to know how your region will benefit from the 2020-21 ACT Budget handed down today? Whether you’re a Gowrie girl, a Forde fellow, a Chifley chap, or a Scullin sister, find out what’s been announced here.
ACT Liberals leader Elizabeth Lee believes the Labor-Greens Government has delivered more broken promises, more rates and tax increases, and more health and education failures in today's Budget.
The ACT Greens have today welcomed the 2020-21 ACT Budget which includes major investments designed to ensure Canberra is the most sustainable, ecologically-friendly jurisdiction in the country. The Budget includes major investments in...
The ACT Government will spend $4.5 million under this week’s 2020-21 Budget to improve the health of the ACT’s waterways; to tackle weeds and invasive plant species; and to appoint permanent Ngunnawal rangers.
A healthy recovery in the ACT’s job market from peak COVID restrictions has seen the Territory hold Australia’s lowest unemployment rate.
The Canberra Liberals have a proposal to solve Canberra's rental shortfall - including releasing land, extending leases, and tax exemptions.
Dragon boaters will soon have a new home on the shores of Lake Burley Griffin; Gungahlin will get its first community tennis facility; and women rugby players will at last have their own changerooms – all thanks to $1.25 million from the ACT Government over the next couple of years for planning and design.