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Reforms to power of attorney laws, which give the ACT Civil & Administrative Tribunal (ACAT) the power to order compensation or...
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Businesses intending to rely on their insurance policies to cover the impact of COVID-19 have been dealt a significant blow...
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It started as a conversation over some salami, Italian bread and homemade wine and resulted in constructing what was Canberra's...
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With COVID-19 lockdown in the ACT finally loosening its grip, many local businesses opened their doors on Friday, 15 October,...
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Jodie Cunningham has always seen herself as something of a flamingo and the handle fits - tall, elegant, colourful and...

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As the Territory readies for a resumption of business, with fingers crossed for a smooth transition and no further lockdowns,...
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From small family operations to large commercial buildings, Canberra business owners are embracing the benefits of installing their own power...
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While it may not be what immediately springs to mind when you think of diamonds, a project at the ANU...
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Complaints by small business about internet and telephone services reached a three-year high, the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman Judi Jones has...
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The office may never be the same after COVID-19. Not only is the hybrid workplace likely here to stay, but...
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Under laws introduced in 2019, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is now issuing warning notices to businesses with tax debts...
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Tuesday (14 September) saw the widely anticipated announcement of an extension to lockdown to 11:59 pm on 15 October, and...
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Canberra's Community Bank branches have extended their existing hardship support measures to include small business and home loan customers significantly...
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The time has come for Canberra's businesswomen to be seen, heard and celebrated. Nominations are now open for the 2021 Rubik3...
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Last week we saw tentative first steps in the ACT Government's cautious approach to bringing business back online with the...
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The past decade has seen a huge boom in a new form of currency, different from the physical notes and...
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As more and more of us find ourselves working, or at least attempting to work, from home, it's important we...
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Following a spate of break-ins and robberies, Canberra business owners are being urged to take a close look at their...
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Championing causes and speaking for people without a voice is something of a family trait for Canberra lawyer Kate Waterford....
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Space tourism could lift off from Australia's first large-scale, multi-use spaceport within 18 months, according to Canberra visionary James Palmer. Plans...

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