Jasper Lindell, Canberra Times

Jasper Lindell

Canberra Times

Canberra, ACT, Australia

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Recent:
  • Canberra Times
Past:
  • The Land
  • The Sydney Morning Herald

Recent articles by Jasper:

Canberra's new bus timetable starts on Monday, January 30

The timetable cuts some services to allow for disruption caused by light rail work. → Read More

Low-paid ACT government workers lock in 34% pay rise over three years

The lowest-paid general service officers in the ACT will receive a 10 per cent pay rise each year... → Read More

Long-term homelessness rates in Canberra 'concerning': Rebecca Vassarotti

Rebecca Vassarotti said spending on homelessness services was up by more than 26 per cent. → Read More

ACT public housing stock declines to lowest level in a decade

The average turnaround time for vacant dwellings has blown out to the second longest in Australia. → Read More

ACT Labor's Marisa Paterson sounds alarm on gambling harm risks of club climate refuge scheme

The Labor backbencher will seek to amend a government bill. → Read More

Funding grows but long-term homelessness persists in the ACT, new figures reveal

The ACT has the highest rate of persistent homelessness among people accessing support in Australia. → Read More

ACT Greens leader Shane Rattenbury admits error over Australia Day history

Shane Rattenbury twice misspoke on the history of January 26. → Read More

Civic pavilion: Chief Minister Andrew Barr wants a music venue with up to 8000 seats in Canberra's CBD

Jasper Lindell joined The Canberra Times in 2018. He is a Legislative Assembly reporter, covering ACT politics and government. He also writes about development, heritage, local history, literature and the arts, as well as contributing to the Times' Panorama magazine. He was previously a Sunday Canberra Times reporter. → Read More

Transport Minister Chris Steel took the wrong route to explain bus service cuts

Jasper Lindell joined The Canberra Times in 2018. He is a Legislative Assembly reporter, covering ACT politics and government. He also writes about development, heritage, local history, literature and the arts, as well as contributing to the Times' Panorama magazine. He was previously a Sunday Canberra Times reporter. → Read More

Canberrans forced to wait at least six months for cut bus services to return, Transport Minister Chris Steel says

Govt also outlines changes to traffic flows since light rail work began in the city. → Read More

ACT government quietly releases 2023 bus timetable, revealing service cuts

The opposition said the cuts were a slap in the face to public transport users. → Read More

Canberra's light rail faces its next test as political battle lines drawn over Woden extension

The Liberals will go to an election opposing an already successful project. → Read More

North to south by e-scooter in Canberra as travel expands to Tuggeranong

More than 130 square kilometres can be travelled by e-scooter in the ACT. → Read More

Mr Fluffy asbestos response cost less than expected: final report

More than 97 per cent of affected homes have been demolished. → Read More

ACT professional engineer licensing scheme set to begin late 2023

The ACT government has now acted on a 2012 recommendation. → Read More

ACT adopts fossil emblem

The ACT has four formally adopted emblems. Do you know what they are? → Read More

Consider which trees are most suitable for the suburbs, ACT government told in parliamentary inquiry

The government's new tree laws should pass, an Assembly committee has found. → Read More

Independent regulator must be proactive, improve community confidence in building quality: minister

Regulator Nick Lhuede said proactive checks were important to improving building quality. → Read More

Top international architects picked to pitch three designs for future Canberra Theatre

Architectus, DesignInc and Hassell have been shortlisted tenderers for the theatre project. → Read More

Going cold on light rail, Canberra Liberals push the ACT government for updated cost, timeline

The opposition wants the government to reveal the cost of light rail to the nearest $100 million. → Read More