SPEAKER TO DROP PUCK AT CBR BRAVE

Tomorrow, Speaker of the ACT Legislative Assembly and Member for Ginninderra Vicki Dunne will drop the puck to start the home game between the CBR Brave and the Sydney Bears at the Phillip Swimming and Ice Skating Centre. “The Brave, with one game in hand, are currently at the top…

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1RPH FUNDING CRITICAL FOR COMMUNITY SERVICE

 Canberra’s 1RPH radio service, which has been dedicated to helping the print handicapped for 30 years, is set to lose a quarter of its essential funding mid-year as a result of disability funding changes. The Barr government needs to resolve the matter and continue the funding, Member for Ginninderra Vicki…

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GOVERNMENT SPENDS $500,000 ON CARPARK FOR ONE SHOP.

A carpark outside a liquor store in upper Tillyard Drive, Charnwood, has had a facelift worth more than half-a-million dollars.   ‘There is nothing more than a liquor store in the Charnwood local shops precinct’, said Member for Ginninderra, Vicki Dunne MLA.  ‘The only other facility there is a former…

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SPEAKER ANNOUNCES LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY PRIZES FOR ART

Speaker of the ACT Legislative Assembly Vicki Dunne has congratulated this year’s winners of the Legislative Assembly Awards for Art. Due to be announced at an award ceremony on tonight (Friday) as part of the ANU School of Art’s graduating exhibition, the recipients of the two awards are Christine Ramsay…

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Report Reveals Mistreatment Of Flynn Community

It has been revealed through a leaked consultant report that the John Flynn Community Group (JFCG) has been grossly mistreated over many years by Joy Burch’s Community Services Directorate. ACT Shadow Family and Community Services Minister Vicki Dunne said today the ACT Labor Government has let the Flynn community down…

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Liberals Announce $6M for Reserves, Tracks and Rangers

ACT Opposition Leader Zed Seselja and ACT Shadow Nature Conservation Minister Vicki Dunne announced today that if elected, a Canberra Liberals Government would inject $6 million into Canberra’s nature parks, hire extra rangers, and improve management by bringing all nature conservation functions into one Directorate. Mr Seselja said Canberra’s natural…

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