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2014/04/15 23:19
2014/04/15 23:19
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If you live in the inner North or South, and don't have family responsibilities, quit griping. Catch a bus or ride a bike. ADFA and RMC are going to be the free car park of choice in a few months for...
2014/04/15 23:19
2014/04/15 23:19
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2014/04/15 21:47
2014/04/15 21:47
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Military and civilian Defence aides at the lakeside office precinct were incensed this week when they saw preparations under way to install ticket machines on the gravelled areas of Russell's car...
2014/04/14 02:46
2014/04/14 02:46
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On your bike: Public servant, Nathan O'Brien, of Nicholls, has recently bought a motorcycle to avoid Parliamentary Triangle parking fees. Photo: Graham Tidy Money-conscious public servants are...
2014/04/13 13:46
2014/04/13 13:46
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Developers of a Barton car park are progressing plans for 180 more apartments on the site following strong sales in the Governor Place complex. Developers of a Barton car park are looking to build...
2014/04/12 13:46
2014/04/12 13:46
11d
FROM removing barriers to cheeky notes addressed to parking inspectors, some Canberra drivers will go to great lengths to find a parking spot or avoid a fee. As thousands of public servants in the...
2014/04/08 13:46
2014/04/08 13:46
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Justice and Community Services executive director Brett Phillips demonstrates the new parking metre phone app. Photo: Elesa Kurtz Motorists using government-owned car parks around Canberra won't have...
2014/04/07 13:46
2014/04/07 13:46
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ACT chief minister Katy Gallagher has agreed to delay passing its new planning laws as the ACT government consults more widely. Photo: Jeffrey Chan Greens Minister Shane Rattenbury has bowed to...
2014/04/05 06:46
2014/04/05 06:46
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The position of Canberra’s national parking enforcer remains unfilled less than three months before the new Parliamentary Triangle regime begins, with the National Capital Authority readvertising the...
2014/04/04 00:46
2014/04/04 00:46
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Gabriel Wilk at Gaby's. Photo: Rohan Thomson The National Capital Authority has offered to act as a broker to find another location for the longstanding Barton burger joint Gaby's Takeaway. About...
2014/04/03 16:46
2014/04/03 16:46
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Motorcycle-riding public servants took the National Capital Authority to task on Thursday night, over a lack of parking spaces for bikes ahead of the introduction of pay parking. At the NCA's annual...
2014/04/02 21:46
2014/04/02 21:46
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Artist's impression of light rail in Canberra Photo: Supplied Wanted: experts in metropolitan light rail systems for well-paid ACT government advisory panel. Must meet strict tender requirements and...
2014/04/01 05:46
2014/04/01 05:46
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Peter Hardi, left, and NSW Hovercraft Club president Karl Bowman, with hovercrafts they were hoping to bring to Canberra to provide free rides for sick and disadvantaged children. Photo:...
2014/03/31 03:46
2014/03/31 03:46
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Executive director of Justice and Community Services Brett Phillips demonstrates the new parking metre phone app. Photo: Elesa Kurtz The first parking machines to accept credit card and smartphone...
2014/03/30 12:46
2014/03/30 12:46
24d
There was an abundance of Ferraris old and new at Sunday's event despite the rain. Photo: David Ellery Sunday's wet and wintry weather in Canberra did not deter hundreds of Italian exotic and other...
2014/03/27 01:46
2014/03/27 01:46
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New digs, same faces ... Brodburger owners Sascha Brodbeck and Joelle Bou-Jaoude at their new Glassworks location. Photo: Richard Briggs The owners of the Brodburger cafe are prepared for an...
2014/03/27 01:46
2014/03/27 01:46
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Gabriel Wilk at his takeaway shop, Gaby's Takeaway, in Barton. Not only will public servants be paying for parking in the Parliamentary Triangle but they will soon lose a longstanding lunching...
2014/03/25 22:46
2014/03/25 22:46
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The bridge will be closed between 9.30am and 2pm on Wednesday. Photo: Melissa Adams An audible echo that ''sounds like a bell going off'' has prompted the National Capital Authority to temporarily...
2014/03/20 13:46
2014/03/20 13:46
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Vladimir Morozov, Russian Ambassador to Australia. Photo: Andrew Meares The Australian government's sanctions against Russia won't affect the project most dear to the hearts of Russia's diplomats in...
2014/04/15 23:19
2014/04/15 23:19
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