Canberra households pay $450 more per year for fuel

Canberra households are being ripped off by about $450 per year for fuel, Canberra Liberals Leader Alistair Coe said. Using the most recent figures available, it is calculated that Canberra households are paying on average $453 more on fuel than motorists in New South Wales every year. Fuel in Canberra…

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Government must account for missing data on disability services

Missing data on disability services in the ACT rings alarm bells, Shadow Minister for Disability Elizabeth Lee said. The Productivity Commission report on government services includes data on people accessing disability services in each Australian jurisdiction. Every state and territory except for the ACT has recorded data for 2016-17. The…

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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…

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Laws to reward responsible dog owners, discourage dangerous dogs

New dog laws tabled in the Assembly today will incentivise responsible dog ownership and discourage dangerous dog ownership, Shadow Minister for Urban Services Nicole Lawder said. Ms Lawder’s new laws reward responsible dog owners by waiving the dog registration fee if owners and their dogs successfully complete approved dog training.…

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