Miriam Webber, Canberra Times

Miriam Webber

Canberra Times

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Recent articles by Miriam:

Canberra's local supermarkets battle against chains to stay competitive

Family-run supermarkets are fighting to keep local shoppers. → Read More

Bulum Group pauses commercial plans for 20 Farrer Street, looks at residential development instead

The developer announced it would instead pursue a residential development at the site, just weeks after unveiling plans... → Read More

Cause of Hume recycling facility fire 'may not be established' by ongoing investigation: ACT government

860 tonnes of recycling have been taken to the tip, delivered by a total of 246 trucks. → Read More

Canberra district strategies reveal where ACT government expects to build new houses, apartments in the future

Government plans give insight into where and how Canberrans will live in the coming years. → Read More

ACT Policing say Operation Toric has driven down rates of reported burglaries, stolen motor vehicles

Police say the operation has driven down crime rates since the beginning of August. → Read More

Canberra shopping centres gear up for influx of shoppers during Black Friday sales

Black Friday sales have continued to grow in popularity. → Read More

Mobile phone detection cameras to be installed on ACT roads from 2023

ACT Minister for Transport Chris Steel said the cameras would reinforce safe driving habits to Canberrans. → Read More

Canberra general practitioners look for ways to reduce patient 'churn' caused by low Medicare rebates

The owners of a Kambah general practice says it is rebranding to refocus on patient care. → Read More

ACT government in talks to buy CSIRO Ginninderra Experiment Station land for housing development

"The government has raised the matter with the new Commonwealth government," a spokesperson said. → Read More

TP Dynamics reveals plans for first buildings on Yowani Country Club land, facing Northbourne Avenue

Up to 5000 people could live on the site in the future. → Read More

Responding to the draft territory plan, district strategies 'an immense task': Master Builders ACT

More details about the future of Canberra's planning system were revealed on Tuesday. → Read More

ACT homelessness service OneLink performing poorly, report commissioned by the ACT government found

The territory's central intake service for people experiencing homelessness is 'not working well'. → Read More

Corin Forest proposes new ski slope, chair lift in Canberra

The business said the proposal had been planned for over five years. → Read More

Epidemiologists watch COVID-19 situation in northern hemisphere closely, ahead of isolation measures relaxing

Experts are watching the northern hemisphere closely as winter approaches. → Read More

Canberra pubs and restaurants offer thousands in bonuses and perks to attract hospitality staff amid national skills shortage

'We have to make hospitality look attractive,' the owner of one of Canberra's favoured pubs said. → Read More

KFC proposed at Chisholm local shops after closure of Chisholm Family Tavern and failed McDonald's bid

Previous attempts to build a McDonald's at the site involved two refused development applications, a tribunal ruling and... → Read More

Police investigating death of child after fire crews reportedly did not to enter home due to COVID-19 fears

Police are investigating the death of a 13-year-old on behalf of the coroner. → Read More

ACT government red tape bars builders from taking on public housing work: Master Builders ACT

Master Builders ACT say a government certification for builders, 'invites' the construction union into companies and deters builders... → Read More

JWLand lodges development application for Braddon precinct on former Northbourne Flats public housing site

The block is located in the heart of Canberra, across from Haig Park. → Read More

Street pantries monitor the cost of living crisis playing out in Canberra

Community pantries, offering free food and goods to neighbours, are finding more and more people at their doors. → Read More