Fix Mr Fluffy First: But Inquiry Must Happen

The Mr Fluffy issue is a tragic saga that has affected thousands of lives across Canberra. The first priority is to provide a permanent solution and the Canberra Liberals remain 100 percent committed to supporting a bi-partisan solution. However, revelations in today’s media, along with the many heart wrenching personal…

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Leigh Tries To Hide Unfunded Redundancies

Today’s report on redundancy pay-outs is evidence of the Coalition’s efforts to clean up Labor’s mess. Shadow Assistant Treasurer Andrew Leigh was part of the Labor Government that put in place 14,500 public service job cuts but failed to fund any redundancies to implement their plan. In the MYEFO in…

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What Is The Cost Ceiling For Light Rail?

The ACT government should articulate the cost at which it will abandon its plans for light rail, Shadow Minister for Transport Alistair Coe said today. “Chief Minister Katy Gallagher has drawn a line in the sand on the Gungahlin tram project, saying cabinet will not support a cost substantially beyond…

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Auditor-General Should Investigate ACTTAB Sale

Yesterday the Canberra Liberals called for the process of the sale of ACTTAB to be referred to the Auditor-General. Unfortunately the Labor/Greens government chose not to support the referral. The arrangements involved with this huge sale aren’t clear and need to be investigated, Shadow Treasurer Brendan Smyth said today. “Earlier…

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Report Highlights Potential Bushfire Risks For Uriarra Village

Further consultancy on the proposed solar facility at Uriarra Village has shed further light on the real bushfire risks which could be created by the project, Member for Brindabella Andrew Wall said today. “The report “Assessment of Fire Risk to Uriarra Village” by Helen Bull of Obliqua confirms residents concerns…

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