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ACT planning laws 'working well'

Light rail report on costs rejected by ACT Government

Inquiry into new ACT fast-track planning laws in chaos

ACT Government announces building stimulus measures to boost economy

ACT auditor-general Maxine Cooper slams Canberra's speed camera network

Scotland claims on national treasure fuel independence row

BoE gov gives 'forward guidance' on interest rates

Bank of England's Carney faces grilling over foreign exchange scandal

Canberra light rail: ACT Government to use fast-track laws to avoid delays

Edwards no show after Glory loss

Go ahead for public housing redevelopment

Liberals fail to block planning changes

Investigators face tough task in Ukraine plane inquiry

Victory beat Glory 2-1 amid controversy

Obama condemns Russia after airliner downed in Ukraine

European stock markets drop banks in focus

European Parliament may propose Google break-up in draft resolution

Bicycle friendly light rail service in Canberra high on public agenda

Canberra light rail 'could cost up to $1b'

Emerging currencies hit as time runs out for US easy-money

ACT Government approves major redevelopment of former public housing...

A-League 2013-14 season preview

Government warned about problems with point-to-point cameras

Canberra light rail project 'not nationally significant'

Rattenbury hasn't seen full light rail costings

Hanson reshuffles shadow cabinet

Recruiter Hays to boost own workforce after fees and profit climb

Traore fires Victory to win over Perth

Light rail go-ahead slammed by Productivity Commission

Relief, not euphoria, for UK markets as Scots vote to stay

Canberra Liberals to choose new leader

Scots Anti-Independence Camp Gains in Poll Amid Pound Doubts

Scottish war games haunt London elite before date with history

New ACT laws to fast-track developments delayed for further scrutiny

Planning changes let the light shine in

Giralang shops: Supermarket operators win right to challenge development

Review recommends ACT politicians are paid more

Canberra light rail project 'would serve only a fraction of city,' say...

Government defends use of call-in powers

Hanson attacks 'most extreme' government