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Apparently without shame Chief Minister Gallagher is citing health statistics to show she really is brill. Elective surgery numbers looking good if you think you can trust them.
The Greens expressed great enthusiasm for trains of all kinds.
Former Queanbeyan Mayor (and founder of the Pangallo independents) has announced he rather fancies Zed for election
Team Katy are promising more duplication of services across Hayden Drive with a UC SportsHub
The Brumbies are nailing themselves to Labor’s sportshub election promise.
Simon Corbell has been re-announcing his plans for emergency services hubs. Soon the plans will be old enough to vote.
The Property Council made clear they hate Andrew Barr’s tax reform plan.
Team Katy have promised to bring fun to the Tuggers pool. In the form of a water play facility. Why no fun was provided all these long years is a mystery.
Zed expressed his pleasure at getting Frank Pangallo’s endorsement.
The Liberals are back to motoring with promises of Belconnen Parking.
The Liberals’ Vicki Dunne has a new report on mistreatment of the John Flynn Community Group by the Community Services Directorate.
Zed does not think Labor are bringing the fun at all down Tuggers way and is holding out for a full fat second pool.
The ABC reports that ClubsACT are warning against voting for the Greens who do not appear to be sufficiently enthusiastic about the gambling palaces.
The bullet trainers are complaining that the Greens like fast trains too. One would think they’re going to have to learn to share their toys.
The Greens are sadly acting hurt they’ve not gained the approval of Clubs ACT.
ACT Labor is trying to tell us Katy Gallagher is “Tech-savvy”
— ALP (ACT Branch) (@Canberra_Labor) October 16, 2012
This about a woman who has the words “welcome to my blog” on her website.
The Greens’ Meredith Hunter is promising $600,000 for financial counselling services in the ACT.
The Greens Caroline Le Couteur is pushing for an Urban Tree Trust to make up for the inability of governments to manage the urban forest in the long term.
Someone from Labor found $2 million for community sports facilities.