#ACT govt says analytical mobile pill testing may not detect all chemicals in drugs but still wants to hand illicit drugs back to young ppl

#CBR Libs financial integrity bill tabled in the Assembly today seeks to close loophole that allows #ACT govt to avoid financial scrutiny

Pleased to present legislation requiring #CBR Gov: (a) publish payments over $12,500 & (b) bring #transparency to Gov property acquisitions

#ACT Govt should stop skirting scrutiny on potential fire risks in ACT public buildings fitted with combustible cladding, says @nicolelawder

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ACT Government should stop skirting scrutiny on cladding fire safety risks

The ACT Government should stop skirting scrutiny on potential fire safety risks in all ACT public sector buildings that are fitted with combustible aluminium cladding, Shadow Minister for Planning and Infrastructure Nicole Lawder said today. “The Government has been aware of the fire safety risks associated with combustible cladding since at least 2009,” Ms Lawder […] Read More

Government should detail plans for Indigenous residential rehabilitation centre

The ACT Government should detail how it will honour its decade old commitment to develop a residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility for the ACT Indigenous community, after its disgraceful handling of the Ngunnawal Bush Healing Farm, Shadow Minister for Indigenous Affairs James Milligan said today. “Ten years ago, the ACT indigenous community dreamt of […] Read More

Liberals seek to enhance financial integrity in Government expenditure

A Bill that seeks to close the loopholes that allow the Government to avoid scrutiny, and cover up questionable decisions is the first of six integrity measures announced by the Canberra Liberals earlier this year, Opposition Leader Alistair Coe said today. Mr Coe tabled in the Legislative Assembly today, the Government Procurement (Financial Integrity) Amendment […] Read More