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Latest news: NCA

NCA: Design submissions open for child sexual abuse memorial

The National Capital Authority seeks designs for services to establish a National Memorial for Institutional Child Sexual Abuse.

National Capital Authority: Neville Bonner commemoration

The National Capital Authority is seeking a skilled design and construction team to create a lasting tribute to Senator Neville Bonner AO.

New head of the National Capital Authority appointed

Karen Doran has been appointed as the new Chief Executive of the National Capital Authority (NCA) for five years, beginning in April.

Constructors wanted to enhance Scrivener Dam

The National Capital Authority calls for Expressions of Interest for construction work to enhance the structural integrity of Scrivener Dam.

NCA: Change land use policy for former CSIRO site

The NCA has begun a public consultation to change the land use policy for the former Australian Forestry School and CSIRO site in Yarralumla.

Seaplane flights will soon begin on Lake Burley Griffin

Sydney Seaplanes will offer one or two flights a week between Lake Burley Griffin and Sydney, increasing to two flights a day.

National Capital Authority approves light rail works

The National Capital Authority has granted Works Approval to the ACT Government for stage 2A of light rail.

NCA approves seaplane trial flights on Lake Burley Griffin

Seaplane trial flights will be held on Lake Burley Griffin before permanent operations begin later this year.

Lights on the Lake spectacle for Australia Day

The National Capital Authority will bring an enormous spectacle to the shores of Lake Burley Griffin for Australia Day.

Asbestos remediation begins at Acton Peninsula

The National Capital Authority will soon begin asbestos remediation works at Acton Peninsula, where asbestos was found in March.

Put out more flags: Griffin Guardians on warpath over Rond Terrace flagpoles

Six new flagpoles will be installed at Rond Terrace - but a community group claims they do not fit architect Walter Burley Griffin’s vision.

Canadian Flagpole coming down due to safety concerns

The Canadian Flagpole at Lake Burley Griffin is coming down due to “serious” public safety concerns, with a detour in place around Regatta Point for anyone making their way around Lake Burley...

Government authorities seal bumper land swap deal

A blockbuster land swap deal has been finalised that will further allow the ACT Government’s plans to transform the West Basin to come to fruition.