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Third-party democracy: Why citizens should have their say

August 27, 2017

The ACT Government is going to give Canberrans a say on reforming CTP as part of a new experiment with direct democracy called ‘Citizens’ Juries’ – with the potential outcome of reducing the premiums on car insurance.

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Here’s why I’m not moving to the NBN on the Southside

July 20, 2017

The National Broadband Network (NBN) had the potential to revolutionise Australia’s internet infrastructure. However, as my suburb’s NBN connection date in September becomes closer, I am now asking myself whether I will in fact I take up the NBN.

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Self-driving cars bolster the case for light rail

July 03, 2017

The ACT Government is planning for the future by building a mass-transit system in light rail that, over coming decades, will be complemented by cheap and ubiquitous electric and self- driving car technology.

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An update for Weston Creek residents

June 26, 2017

Since being elected to the Assembly in October last year, there has been significant progress in Weston Creek, with a focus on delivering better health and education for our growing city.

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Budget announcement on Kambah Village upgrades

May 30, 2017

Work is now underway on the upgrades to Kambah Village. At the election last year Labor committed $2.3 million to upgrade Kambah Village. And today I’m incredibly proud that the ACT Government has announced that we will fund the additional $2 million that we promised, in the ACT Budget next week.

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In defence of new public housing

April 06, 2017

Part of living in an egalitarian city means ensuring that our most vulnerable people are supported. It is the measure of our community, and what makes Canberra such a great place to live.

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