At an Irish pub in Canberra’s city centre, American expats and US political junkies are glued to the big screen watching the Presidential election unfold.
There were strong “Don Chipp vibes” at Woden’s Southern Cross Club last night, when candidates from the ACT’s minor parties presented their policy priorities for the upcoming ACT election and declared their intention to hold the government of the day accountable.
The ACT Legislative Assembly’s decision tonight to legislate for Truth in Political Advertising, backed by all sides of politics, is a stunning breakthrough, according to progressive thinktank, the Australia Institute. “This legislative advance shows...
Stakeholders in the ACT’s proposed anti-conversion therapy bill are in support of the legislation being amended, albeit for different reasons.
The ACT Education Directorate expect all lead-affected classrooms at Yarralumla Primary School to be reopened by the end of August, after 11 were closed for cleaning and remediation over the July school holidays.
ACT Shadow Attorney-General Jeremy Hanson said the ACT Labor Government is to blame for bikie violence in the city, following the death of Canberra Comancheros leader Pitasoni Ulavalu over the weekend.
Canberra’s community contact sport has been given the tick of approval to go ahead this weekend, following uncertainty around easing of restrictions after five COVID-19 cases were reported in the ACT last week.