- Cafe Owners Concerned About ANU Redevelopment
- Daycare centre for seriously ill kids opens in Fyshwick
- Canberra lecturer accused of sexually assaulting students
- Man accused of stealing iPad, threatening owner with a knife
- New Apartments To Built On Northbourne Avenue
- ACT Government Proposes New Alcohol Laws
- Goulburn police pursuit lands unlicensed driver in court
- 130 calls for help in yesterday's sudden downpour
- Review Called For Singapore's International Flights
- Committee Calls For Feedback On A New Convention Centre
- Police looking for thief who stole 10 bikes in Majura
- Missing woman Marika Hetenyi has been found safe and well
- Canberra Libs to request 'no jab, no play' laws
- Son 'saw father wash a knife' the night of alleged murder
- Trees pulled down and minor flooding in severe thunderstorm
- Civic-Airport Bus Up And Running
- Police Calling For Information After 'Cowardly' Assault Of Elderly Man
- Two people injured in an aggravated break-in
- Officer bitten by dog while arresting woman for traffic offences
- 16-year-old boy faces court for aggravated robbery
Published: 22 January 2016
Chief Minister Andrew Barr is set to announce his new look ministry today.
With Mary Porters retirement fast approaching, it was announced yesterday that backbenchers Meegan Fitzharris and Chris Burke would be promoted to cabinet.
In further announcements due to be made this morning, Andrew Barr seeks to put Joy Burch's retirement behind him.
A new ministry will be created with members of the ACT cabinet rising to seven - Mr Barr says he the new team will bring the right balance of experience and fresh ideas.