GST REFORM GOOD NEWS FOR ACT

Liberal Senator for the ACT, Zed Seselja, said the Liberal-National Government will introduce legislation in the next sitting week to lock in reforms to the GST distribution system that will see the ACT $46 million better off. “This is $46 million in additional funds the Territory can invest in roads,…

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Major Expansion of Clare Holland House

Families who rely on palliative care services in the ACT will have access to better facilities and services with a major expansion of Clare Holland House announced today by the Australian and ACT Governments in partnership with The Snow Foundation. High quality and accessible palliative care is a crucial part…

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NEW LEASE ON LIFE FOR HEATHER MCKAY QUEANBEYAN INDOOR SPORTS CENTRE

One of Queanbeyan’s most iconic sports facilities, the Heather McKay Queanbeyan Indoor Sports Centre, was re-opened today following its transformation into a more functional multipurpose sports venue. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development Michael McCormack said the expanded facility will be a great sporting asset, not…

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Belconnen’s Healthy Waterways projects start

Construction has started on three new ACT Healthy Waterway infrastructure projects in Belconnen and an extra project has been announced for Tuggeranong, ACT Senator Zed Seselja and ACT Minister for the Environment and Heritage Mick Gentleman said today. Minister Gentleman said the three Belconnen projects took the total number of…

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Food Labels Provide More Clarity for Consumers

Australian consumers will now have more clarity and less confusion about the food products they buy. Consumers will now be able to look to the familiar kangaroo symbol for clear and accurate information on if the food was made, grown, produced or packed in Australia, or in another country, with…

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Woden Next Town Centre to Benefit from Commonwealth Investment

Assistant Minister for Science, Jobs and Innovation, Zed Seselja, announced Woden is about to receive an economic boost with work on IP Australia’s $40 million building refurbishment commencing this week. The upgrades will provide a modern and efficient working environment for IP Australia, with approximately 1,000 staff at its Discovery…

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