Statement by @alistair_coe & @ElizabethLeeCBR:

Our prayers are for the family of the student who tragically died today. The Campbell High School community deserves all the support that the Canberra community can offer.

'Ex-Labor minister John Hargreaves told radio station 2CC if the CFMEU said dance, Mr Pettersson had to say: "would you like to rumba or would you like to swing".'

https://t.co/mRcSwiD0Bi #canberra #cbr

Surprise, surprise...it seems that the Labor Club & Party will be the big winners of the Chief Minister’s 'Charitable Fund'.
#scandal #canberra #cbr
https://t.co/To5NlYxxCJ via @canberratimes

Andrew Barr still refuses to take responsibility for the land deals he approved. #questiontime #canberra #scandal #cbr

Quick survey: who did you vote for in the last Election?

Quick survey: who did you vote for in the last Election?

New Australian Institute of Health and Welfare figures show Canberra’s hospitals continue to worsen

The Minister for Health & Wellbeing, Meegan Fitzharris, now must stop misleading the community about wait times for emergency department and elective surgery at Canberra’s hospitals, Shadow Minister for Health Mrs Vicki Dunne said today. “The evidence shown in the Australian Institute of Health & Welfare reports is conclusive. Not only does Canberra have the […] Read More

Kikkert to host forum: Evidence-based Approaches to Helping Children, Young People and Families

The Shadow Minister for Families, Youth and Community Services Elizabeth Kikkert will host a public forum at the ACT Legislative Assembly this morning looking at evidence-based approaches to helping children, young people and families. International child welfare experts Dr Sylvia Rowlands, Senior Vice President of Evidence-Based Programs at the New York Foundling and Dr Tom […] Read More

More uncertainty on buses for schools, parents and children

The Labor-Greens Government’s delays to the rollout of the new public transport network will leave principals, parents and children without the ability to plan ahead for the 2019 school year, said Shadow Minister for Transport Candice Burch. “The Canberra Liberals are pleased that the Minister has finally responded to our repeated calls to announce a […] Read More