More of the same from ACT Labor

Canberrans will only ever get more of the same with this tired old government, Canberra Liberals Leader Alistair Coe said. This long-serving government and their Green partners today voted down a motion to bring down the cost of living in Canberra, despite the known burden government taxes, rates, fees and…

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Bus users deserve an apology

Canberra commuters who have endured months of bus chaos deserve an official apology from this long-serving government, Shadow Minister for Transport Candice Burch said. Since the overhaul of the bus network, Canberrans have suffered extended travel times, longer waits and frequent transfers. While the government’s “tweaks” to the network indicate…

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Cost of living must come down

The ACT Government can and should bring down the cost of living in Canberra, Canberra Liberals Leader Alistair Coe said. Mr Coe is calling on the Chief Minister to ease pressure on Canberra families by bringing down the cost of living in the ACT. “Rates, taxes, fees and charges are…

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Just do it

Canberra drivers who overextend their paid parking ticket deserve a 10-minute grace period, Shadow Minister for Urban Services Nicole Lawder said. But a motion moved by Labor backbencher Michael Pettersson in the Assembly today attempts to delay the implementation of a grace period with yet another long and costly feasibility…

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There is a better way

After 19 years in office, this long-serving government cannot break out of the same tired-old thinking. As a result, Canberrans have been left with some of the worst performing health and education services in the nation, and life is a struggle for too many families. Despite taxes being at record…

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ACT Labor concedes bus network a monumental failure

After ten months of public transport chaos, Transport Minister Chris Steel has finally conceded that the overhaul of the bus network was a monumental failure, Canberra Liberals Shadow Transport Minister Candice Burch said. “Canberrans have suffered through ten months of transport chaos, with longer commute times, more service changes, and…

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