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The Federal Coalition is trying to stop drug reform in the ACT
The Federal Coalition is trying to stop the ACT Government from decriminalising the possession of drugs such as cocaine, MDMA, and ice in small quantities.
Four-day work week suggested for ACT
A four-day work week trial has been recommended by a Parliamentary Committee in the ACT. It follows other successful trials in Australia.
Assisted dying laws in the ACT could include young people
Assisted dying laws for the ACT could allow young people with terminal illnesses the choice to end their life. Here’s the other proposals
Here are the results from Canberra’s pill testing centre after 1,000 samples
Canberra’s pill testing centre has returned fascinating results after opening in July. This is what they are
Period products will be free in Canberra under new laws
The ACT will soon make free period products available to its residents, after new laws passed Parliament today.
Victoria wants to raise the age of criminal responsibility – how can they do it?
What is the age of criminal responsibility? The NT has raised it, and Victoria and the ACT want to do the same. Here’s what you need to know.
The ACT government has announced an inquiry into how the Bruce Lehrmann trial was handled
The ACT Government has announced it will hold an inquiry into how the territory’s criminal justice authorities handled the investigation and trial of Bruce Lehrmann for the alleged sexual assault of Brittany Higgins.