Surge in rates complaints show Canberrans want a better way

The COVID-19 pandemic has added further pressure to household budgets with the total number of approved applications for rates deferrals or assistance for aged, pensioner or general hardship increasing to 532 in 2019-20, according to new figures provided by Chief Minister Andrew Barr in response to an Opposition question on…

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Liberals push to bring 2023 Women’s World Cup to Canberra

As the alternative government with an election in less than four months, the Canberra Liberals have expressed our desire for Canberra to participate as a host city in the FIFA 2023 Women’s World Cup. The Leader of the Canberra Liberals Alistair Coe, Deputy Leader Nicole Lawder and the Shadow Minister…

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Raiders deserve more home games

The Leader of the Canberra Liberals Alistair Coe has joined community calls for the Canberra Raiders to be awarded more home games in this NRL season. “After the Raiders’ stellar season last year, the NRL’s decision to keep footy away from Canberra is extremely disappointing for all involved,” Mr Coe…

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Suffering businesses forced to wait months for urgent help

After waiting almost six weeks for Labor’s supposedly ‘urgent’ commercial rates relief, it’s been revealed that struggling businesses will have to wait three more months for financial support, pushing many businesses to the brink.  Almost six weeks since the government trumpeted financial support to businesses in the media, now that…

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