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Rattenbury clarifies ACT Government’s role in Haire’s court case

Attorney-General Shane Rattenbury explains why minister Yvette Berry didn't know, and why the government is paying Katy Haire's court fees.

ACT official seeks to stop corruption investigation

The ACT Education Directorate head has launched a court action to stop a corruption probe - a move the Canberra Liberals condemn.

Federal Government: $250 million for Australian Institute of Sport

The Federal Government will invest $249.7 million in the Australian Institute of Sport in next week's Budget.

ACT sees record increase in taxation revenue

The ACT had the biggest increase in taxation revenue in the country this past financial year, and is the second-highest taxing jurisdiction.

Canberra Liberals: Rebates for IVF

The Canberra Liberals have made an election commitment of rebates for IVF or certain Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) treatments.

ACT Government guarantees Canberra United’s next season

Women’s soccer club Canberra United Football Club has been in jeopardy, but the ACT Govt has guaranteed the club's future for this season.

From crime to campaigns: Mick Calatzis runs for Canberra Liberals

Veteran policeman Det. Supt. Mick Calatzis will be a Canberra Liberals candidate for the electorate of Kurrajong.

ACT Chief Minister seeks stadium co-funding amid location dispute

Chief Minister Andrew Barr asked Federal funding for the new Bruce stadium, but the Liberals wants the PM to stay neutral on location.

ACT politics: Wednesday 10 April

Construction delays, renting, electric buses, healthcare challenges, and legislation for jury reforms and the night-time economy.

ACT Greens launch housing policy

The ACT Greens have launched their first policy platform for the 2024 election: addressing the housing crisis.

Canberra Liberals’ public transport policy

The Canberra Liberals would restore the bus network, and make Canberra a major manufacturing hub for electric buses.

‘Economic disaster’: Light rail stage 2A will cost $1.46 billion

At almost $1 million per metre, $1.46 billion is an “astronomical” figure for 1.7 km of track, the Canberra Liberals say.