Tags » ACT Greens

Proposed electoral redistribution to be published tomorrow

Elections ACT will publish the proposed redistribution of ACT electoral boundaries tomorrow (Tuesday 31 March).

The five electorates have been drawn up after a public consultation process that started… 325 more words

News

ACT Government offers free outdoor fitness sessions

Free outdoor fitness sessions? Sure, that’s the wonderful city of Canberra for you.

In an attempt to get Canberrans out of their cars and warm houses as the temperature drops, the ACT Government has launched a new website to allow people to find outdoor fitness opportunities near them. 583 more words

News

Future looks bleak for Canberra Olympic Pool

The 60-year-old Canberra Olympic Pool is suffering from “substantial leaks”.

Work will occur over winter to stop the leaks, which have been happening for nearly two years. 675 more words

News

ACT Greens start petition to legalise euthanasia

ACT residents should have the right to make choices about their own life and death, according to the ACT Greens.

The party has started an online petition to ask the Federal Government to repeal the so-called ‘Andrews Bill’, which stops the ACT from legislating on euthanasia. 240 more words

News

Rattenbury celebrates Parks Week

Canberra’s vast array of parks are being celebrated this week as part of the ACT Government’s Parks Week.

Minister for Territory and Municipal Services Shane Rattenbury… 450 more words

News

Controversial ACT political finance laws start

Controversial changes to the campaign finance laws that govern ACT political parties have started today.

Elections ACT has stated the removal of the $10,000 cap on donations and an increase in election funding for parties and non-party candidates from $2 a vote to $8 a vote are among the laws passed. 387 more words

News

The month in review - February 2015

Bitchy. Yep, that’s been the past few weeks in ACT politics.

The ACT Legislative Assembly has been sitting and it’s been productive, but the tone of the debate has drifted into the sewer. 758 more words

Labor