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ACT Budget: Housing

The 2024-25 ACT Budget will deliver more housing for Canberrans who need them most, the ACT Government promises.

$25 million for literacy and education gaps in ACT schools

Canberra students' literacy and numeracy rates are dire; can the ACT Government's $25 million investment turn them around?

ACT Government: 21,000 more homes for Canberrans by 2029

The ACT Government will release land to deliver more than 21,000 new homes by the end of the decade, this year's ILRP states.

Apply now for ACT Teacher Scholarships

The ACT Teacher Scholarships fund further education, training and research for ACT public school teachers and school leaders.

ACT Government releases electricity plan

The ACT Government has released the Integrated Energy Plan (IEP) 2024–30, setting the long-term pathway for net zero emissions by 2045.

ACT Budget: Domestic, family, and sexual violence

The ACT Government has allocated more than $12 million extra in the 2024-25 ACT Budget to address domestic, family and sexual violence, including coercive control.

New health centre for Gungahlin

The ACT Government will build a new health centre, an ACTAS Ambulance and Fire Station, and an indoor sports facility in Gungahlin.

Place Design Brief published for Lawson Mixed Use site

The ACT Government has published a Place Design Brief to guide the development and design of the Lawson Mixed Use site.

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.

Shirley Smith High School, ACT, officially named

Shirley Smith High School, the ACT’s newest public school, was officially named today; a plaque was unveiled at a ceremony.

ACT politics: Wednesday 15 May

Domestic violence, coercive control, registry marriages, rental homes, and new schools: ACT politicians' concerns this week.