Injection into local road maintenance to create jobs, stimulate economy

In addition to our $40 million injection into local road maintenance, a Canberra Liberals Government will also commit $300,000 for a feasibility study into completing the duplication of Horse Park Drive and Gungahlin Drive. The feasibility study will also be tasked with assessing the scope for new trees along Horse Park Drive, as part of the Canberra Liberals’ plan to plant and … Read more

Enough is enough on lead paint

The latest revelation of lead paint, this time at Curtin Primary School, further confirms that Labor and the Greens can’t be trusted to keep our school communities safe. Sections of another Canberra primary school have been cordoned off due to high levels of lead contamination. This is the latest in a series of partial school closures following the discovery of toxic materials. When … Read more

Cycling will be road-free by 2030 under a Canberra Liberals Government

As part of our vision to ensure a better, more sustainable and future-ready transport network, a Canberra Liberals Government will make the ACT’s entire cycle path network road-free by 2030.   The Canberra Liberals want to future-proof the Bush Capital to make it the best place to live, work and raise a family. That’s why a Canberra Liberals Government will connect all town centres and … Read more

Liberals to deliver lower rego fees, better parking, shorter commutes

A Canberra Liberals Government will lower car registration costs, deliver better parking and shorter commutes to reduce pressures on families to ensure they have more time for the things that matter. The Canberra Liberals want to make Canberra the best place to live, work and raise a family. We know many stressed Canberra families rely on their cars for … Read more

Liberals to deliver direct reprieve to household budgets, local economy

Stressed Canberra families will benefit from an immediate injection into household budgets and the local economy. The Canberra Liberals will return up to $200 a year to an average Canberra household by lowering the cost of private car registration to NSW levels. We’ll do this by reducing exorbitant car registration fees for families. Since 2012, Labor has increased car … Read more

Liberals to deliver state-of-the-art hydrotherapy services in Canberra’s south

South Canberra residents will benefit from a new state-of-the-art hydrotherapy pool at a new Wellness Centre in south Canberra. A Canberra Liberals Government will partner with the John James Foundation and MS Australia by contributing $5 million for a hydrotherapy pool for the new ACT Wellness Centre due to be built in Deakin. Despite paying world class taxes, Canberrans aren’t … Read more

New state-of-the-art indoor sports facility for Tuggeranong

Netball players of all ages will train and compete in a new state-of-the-art indoor multi-purpose sports complex in Tuggeranong. A Canberra Liberals Government will build a new home for athletes in the southside with an indoor multi-purpose sports complex. This much-needed facility at the Calwell netball courts will provide all-weather, day and night access for a range of sporting codes as well as school sport. Our plan to build the new $12.3 million facility is fully costed and recognises the … Read more

Your choice will decide Canberra’s future

In just five weeks, Canberrans will make a choice that will determine the future of our city. That’s why the choice could not be more important. After years of increasing taxes and declining services, we need a fresh vision to take Canberra forward with lower taxes and better services. Canberrans pay world class taxes; they should receive world class services. Unfortunately, on so … Read more

Same old Labor, overpromising and underdelivering

Once again, Labor has tried to dress up business as usual as a big announcement. Labor has been promising to expand the Canberra Hospital since 2010. In 2016, Labor promised that the Canberra Hospital doors would open by 2022 and employ 1,200 staff.  Today’s announcement simply highlights their longstanding failure to deliver on old election promises, stating the obvious that more health staff that will be … Read more