Stanhope / Government snubs Canberra’s housing aspirations

“A staggering 79.3 per cent of the people of Canberra believe that there should be no more apartment buildings of more than six storeys built in Canberra,” reports JON STANHOPE

Mick on a world tour to learn about urban renewal

MICK Gentleman is off next week to lead business and industry leaders on a planning and Urban Renewal delegation to America and Canada. The delegation...

MyWay or the Highway. Cashless buses coming to Canberra

SHANE Rattenbury says from Monday May 18 the Route 202 that runs express from the Gungahlin town centre to the City will not be...

Fluffy blocks going dual occupancy

MICK Gentleman has announced proposed changes to the Territory Plan to allow for development opportunities of Mr Fluffy blocks. “DV343 will facilitate urban renewal...

Moore / Government’s outrageous attack on planning

"In an outrageous attack on the Territory’s planning leasehold and economic sustainability, the University of Canberra is being given a free hand by the ACT government to commercialise its land," says political columnist MICHAEL MOORE

Barr and Lawder spar on housing and renewal

ANDREW Barr has told the Assembly about his plans for public housing and urban renewal. "I outlined the ACT Government’s vision to deliver urban renewal...

Government planning over-rides get a tick

SIMON Corbell has welcomed a report that supports the ACT Government’s proposal to limit appeal rights on infrastructure and development projects of benefit to...

So what went wrong for the Northbourne trees?

THE Liberals' Alistair Coe is asking unkind questions about the Government justifications for clear felling the urban forest of Northbourne Avenue to make way...

Liberals saying no to light rail and anything that helps light rail

ALISTAIR Coe says the Canberra Liberals will show their commitment to stopping light rail by voting against a bill on Tuesday designed to expedite...
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A tram for Woden? Master plans unveiled

MICK Gentleman has released the draft Master Plans for both Woden Town Centre and Mawson group centre for community comment. “The announcement of these plans...

NCA to be grilled on Parliamentary Zone paid parking

THE National Capital Authority (NCA) will be asked to discuss the effects of changed parking arrangements in the Parliamentary zone at the biannual public...

Light rail business case and the light of day

It's all hosannas and hallelujahs for the glories of light rail today. The long awaited business case has been released. And the ACT Government has...

Architects looking for ways to make compact affordable housing in Canberra

THE Australian Institute of Architects’ ACT Chapter has launched a competition set to shake up housing options for Canberra’s growing population. In collaboration...
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The south is not forgotten! A job found for a Kambah company with Capital...

SIMON Corbell has triumphantly announced some benefit to the southern half of Canberra from his Capital Metro project with a Kambah company getting...

Northbourne flats redevelopment gets underway

ANDREW Barr has announced he's kicking off the long awaited redemption of Canberra's gateway along Northbourne. "The transformation of Northbourne Avenue will soon begin with...

Gungahlin also wants government offices

THE Gungahlin Community Council (GCC) is calling for a share of Government offices as Tuggeranong and Woden battle to retain their own public service...

It’s our town and the living is easy…

CATHERINE CARTER says Canberra is coming of age with new colour springing from our special suburban character.

Good news from down on the deck

KINGSTON Foreshore is exactly what Canberra needs. What was recently a mass of construction (with some impressive excavations) has become a nearly complete and...

Bonner school construction’s back on

THE ACT Government and St Hilliers Construction has come to a formal agreement to recommence works on the Bonner Primary School and Phillip Housing Development...

Childcare gets millions in Budget

ABOUT $3.5 million will be injected into Canberra childcare, funded by the 2012-13 ACT Budget. The money will be go towards centre upgrades and additional regulatory...




Tuggeranong women big on beauty, education and play

In this sponsored post, “CityNews” heads to Tuggeranong to speak with expert women who are running businesses in the community.


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