Smyth: What’s Happening With ESA?

The Canberra Liberals are demanding Simon Corbell explain the current state of the ACT Emergency Services Agency following a recent spate of issues, Shadow Minister for Emergency Services Brendan Smyth said today. “It’s obvious ACT Labor isn’t delivering on essential emergency services, when brand new, multi-million dollar defibrillators are malfunctioning,…

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Liberals Steve Doszpot Wins Fight For Greener Green Square

Off the back of consistent community pressure, the Canberra Liberals Steve Doszpot has won the fight to have Canberra’s iconic Green Square in Kingston returned to its former glory with the removal of spiky plants and the laying of grass. “Numerous business operators in Kingston have raised concerns with me…

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Jones Demands Peace of Mind for Gungahlin Drivers

The dangers at the Hinder and Hibberson Street intersection in the Gungahlin Town Centre must be prioritised as a matter of urgency by Minister Shane Rattenbury, Member for Molonglo Giulia Jones said today. “There have been 66 crashes at the Hinder and Hibberson Street intersection in the past seven years,…

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ACT Labor Blocks Critical School Crossing

ACT Labor has denied students at Trinity Christian School in Wanniassa road safety, dismissing the Canberra Liberals calls for a school crossing over McBryde Crescent, Member for Brindabella Nicole Lawder said today. “Today in the Legislative Assembly, Labor and the Greens dashed hopes of parents, school staff and students to…

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Wall Supports Lifecycle

Member for Brindabella Andrew Wall is leading the charge for the Canberra Liberals, as he participates in the Leukaemia Foundation’s 48 hour Lifecycle event this weekend. “Lifecycle is a 48 hour long cycling event held in Canberra, designed to raise awareness and much needed funds for the Leukaemia Foundation,” Mr…

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Corbell Silent On Defibrillators As More Questions Arise

Simon Corbell has more questions to answer on the tender process of the Government’s $3.8 million procurement of 56 new cardiac monitors and defibrillators, Shadow Minister for Emergency Services Brendan Smyth said today. “Simon Corbell must confirm that the procurement was sound and that rigorous probity principles were applied to…

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