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North Curtin: 1,300 homes planned for former horse paddock

More than 1,300 homes will be built in north Curtin, and the public can have their say on the design of the site.

ACT government holds property developers accountable

The ACT Government will introduce Australia’s first licensing and regulation scheme for property developers next year.

Canberra circus to aid developmental delays in children

A new initiative from Warehouse Circus aims to empower early development in children who have been born premature and may be experiencing developmental delays.

Controversy arises over proposed Braddon development

The Braddon Collective, objects to Liebke + Co's proposed development on the corner of Elouera Street and Northbourne Avenue.

Coles to open in new Googong Town Centre

The fast-growing NSW township of Googong, about 10km south of Queanbeyan CBD, has signed a new deal to bring major supermarket retailer Coles to the township as the anchor tenant of the Googong Town Centre.

Local artist given helping hand with Canberra Glassworks residency

The Canberra Glassworks has announced the 2023 Artist in Residence program.

Yass Road site in Queanbeyan industrial precinct up for sale

In Queanbeyan’s eastern industrial precinct, 81 Yass Road is on the market, boasting investment, future owner occupier or development opportunities.

CFMEU: ‘Time for talk is over’ in ACT developer regulation

A long-drawn-out discussion paper for a developer regulation scheme has been published by the ACT Government today, but the CFMEU says “the time for talk is over”.

New apartments trigger jump in building approvals

New large-scale apartment projects drove an uptick in dwelling approvals in the final month of 2022.

Sod turned at Jacka, set to be ACT’s most sustainable suburb

The first sod has been turned at Canberra's new development of Jacka in Gungahlin, set to be one of Australia's most sustainable suburbs.

New Googong neighbourhood gets green light

Googong is set to grow after receiving development approval for three new neighbourhoods – Googong West, South, and East.

Canberra’s newest landmark office block in Civic now completed

Canberra's newest office building, Civic Quarter 2, is being referred to as a "landmark project" by the Colliers team as they delivered on its practical completion this month.

New ‘missing middle’ developments at Ginninderry, Googong

Rawson Group is helping fill the Canberra region’s ‘missing middle’ housing options with the launch of new developments in Ginninderry and Googong, designed to reflect the requirements and styles of each suburb.

Build-to-Rent developments will soon include affordable rentals

The ACT Government is inviting proposals from stakeholders to include affordable rentals in a new or existing Build-to-Rent development.

The Hunter hits the property market in Woden

The latest Woden precinct development, The Hunter, has officially hit the market with property hunting Canberrans able to register their interest.

Have facemasks set back children’s speech development?

Children love to mimic. It’s one of the main ways they learn; taking note of how people around them speak, move, and act then recreating it. So, what happens when we reduce children’s ability to learn from those around them? Many parents, carers, and educators are now having to face the aftermath of prolonged facemask usage over the past couple of years.

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