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Federal Government contributes $132.5 million toward light rail stage 2A

The Federal Government this morning announced they will invest $132.5 million into stage 2A of Canberra’s light rail network.

Face-fit released after act of indecency in Civic

ACT Policing has released a face-fit of a man who allegedly committed an act of indecency at the Canberra Centre, Civic, last month.

Steel announces early rollout of free bulky waste collections across ACT

Plans to slowly trickle free bulky waste collections throughout the ACT over four years were abandoned today.

Financial disclosure returns available for ACT election

Financial disclosure returns for the 2020 ACT Legislative Assembly election are available from the ACT Electoral Commission.

Community sector welcomes government homelessness spend but says more is needed

The pre-budget spending announcements are coming thick and fast ahead of next Tuesday’s ACT Budget; with the government allocating homelessness services their first $2 million of a promised $18 million over the...

Witnesses sought to Barton Highway road rage incident

ACT Policing is seeking witnesses and dash-cam footage to a road rage incident involving two NSW vehicles on the Barton Highway last Saturday afternoon, 30 January.

Time for a change: Former Opposition leader Alistair Coe reflects on his resignation

Why former Opposition and Canberra Liberals leader Alistair Coe is leaving politics after a dozen years in the ACT Legislative Assembly.

How much are Canberra bus and light rail MyWay fares

Planning to ride the bus or light rail in Canberra? MyWay card or pre-paid ticket, find all you need to know about costs and more here.

Canberra job seeker uses Coronavirus Supplement to invest in health

The Coronavirus Supplement allowed Tiffany Lee to break out of a ten-year "cycle of hopelessness" and improve her health.

ACT’s rapid COVID-19 vaccine program ‘not a matter of turning up to the GP’

$19 million of expenses and $4.5 million of capital funding will support the launch of the ACT’s COVID-19 vaccine program from February.

Additional $63 million to go toward ACT’s ongoing pandemic management

A health investment of $63 million across COVID-19 pandemic management and health service support was announced by the ACT Government today.

Australia Day 2021 Honours: Canberra locals on the list

Canberrans are among more than 800 Australians, who have served the community “in almost every way conceivable”, congratulated by the Governor-General David Hurley AC DSC (Retd) today, 26 January, as they were...