Jul 28 2021

Local Students Improving the Light Rail Network

Students from the Canberra Campus of the University of NSW are collaborating with the ACT Government to improve Canberra’s Light Rail network.

PhD students have analysed ways to improve complex data management and flows within Transport Canberra.

Dr Milad Ghasri from the University says the students are making a great contribution.

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Jul 28 2021

Assisted Dying Laws Set to be an Election Issue

Federal Labor representatives for the ACT will be taking their push for assisted dying laws to the next Federal Election.

The Andrews Bill prevents Territory Governments from legislating on the issue.

Labor Senator Katy Gallagher says the Territory Government would still be held accountable, even if it could pass the laws.

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Jul 28 2021

Public Housing Petition Launched

A petition has been launched calling for the ACT Government to take urgent action to address the poor maintenance of public housing properties.

More than 150 people have signed amid reports of faulty locks, electrical faults and cooking appliances failing.

Shadow Housing Minister Mark Parton says little has been done to address the issue.

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Jul 28 2021

Warning on World Hepatitis Day

Today is World Hepatitis Day.

Advocacy groups are reminding Australians to get checked for hepatitis immunity.

Currently there are 3 hundred and 40 thousand Australians living with hepatitis B and C with 6 thousand hepatitis suffers in Canberra.

Hepatitis ACT Executive Officer Joshua Anlezark says the virus can often be asymptomatic but there is a...


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