Dan Jervis-Bardy, Canberra Times

Dan Jervis-Bardy

Canberra Times

Canberra, ACT, Australia

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  • The Land

Recent articles by Dan:

Rapid test supply doubts delay ACT's COVID-ready school return plan

Additional safety measures are planned when school goes back, including the provision of rapid antigen COVID-19 tests for staff and students. → Read More

Wait for Novavax almost over as TGA approves vaccine for use in Australia

The nation's medical regulator has greenlit the Novavax jab for use in Australia. → Read More

Novak Djokovic visa saga the result of unforced errors on all sides

A series of unforced errors on all sides is to blame for Djokovic visa saga. → Read More

ACT records 1039 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday

There are now 27 people with the virus being cared for in hospital, up from 24 yesterday. → Read More

Labor climate policy: Battlelines set for climate fight after opposition announces 43 per cent 2030 target

Labor has set a target of cutting emissions by 43 per cent by 2030. → Read More

Where are the Coalition's freedom fighters when it comes to territory rights?

Scott Morrison wants governments to "step back". How does he justify the Coalition's stance on territory rights? → Read More

Sam Sam McMahon blames Pauline Hanson, One Nation after territory rights bill overlooked

The Morrison government has chosen to allow debate on the One Nation leader's bill opposing vaccine mandates → Read More

UK High Commissioner Vicki Treadell issues coal warning to Australia after COP26 climate summit

The Morrison government has flatly rejected UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's assertion that COP26 sounded the "death knell" for coal. → Read More

COP26: Crunch time in Glasgow as pressure mounts on Australia over 2030 target

Intense negotiations between countries on a new global agreement to tackle climate change is well underway → Read More

Net zero: $1bn boost for green bank, power to invest in carbon capture and storage

Prime Minister Scott Morrison will on Wednesday commit more funding to the Clean Energy Finance Corporation → Read More

Greens would use balance of power to end coal

The Greens are confident neither the Coalition nor Labor will win enough seats to form government in their own right → Read More

COP26: Australia signs on to plan to halt deforestation by 2030

The US, China, Russia, Indonesia and Brazil are among the more than 100 countries which have agreed to "halt and reverse" deforestation and land degradation by 2030. → Read More

COP26: Australia signs on to plan to halt deforestation by 2030

The US, China, Russia, Indonesia and Brazil are among the more than 100 countries which have agreed to "halt and reverse" deforestation and land degradation by 2030. → Read More

John Barilaro resigns as NSW Deputy Premier and to leave politics, seat of Monaro

John Barilaro has announced his resignation as NSW Deputy Premier and Nationals leader. → Read More

John Barilaro resigns as NSW Deputy Premier

John Barilaro has announced his resignation as NSW Deputy Premier and Nationals leader. → Read More

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian resigns amid ICAC investigation

Gladys Berejiklian has resigned as NSW premier after it was revealed she is under investigation by the state's anti-corruption watchdog over conduct linked to a past secret relationship with disgraced former MP Daryl Maguire. → Read More

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian under ICAC investigation

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian is under investigation by the state's anti-corruption watchdog. Picture: Sitthixay Ditthavong NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian is under investigation by the state's anti-corruption watchdog, it has been revealed. → Read More

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian under ICAC investigation

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian is under investigation by the state's anti-corruption watchdog. Picture: Sitthixay Ditthavong NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian is under investigation by the state's anti-corruption watchdog, it has been revealed. → Read More

Our Right to Decide: ACT should be added to McMahon's territory rights bill, inquiry hears

The ACT has been controversially excluded from the draft bill after Zed Seselja signalled to his Coalition colleague Senator McMahon he wouldn't support her proposal. → Read More

Our Right to Decide: Anniversary prompts call for repeal of ACT and NT euthanasia laws ban

Judy Dent with her husband Bob, who was the first person to die under the NT's voluntary assisted dying regime in 1996. Picture: Supplied The widow of the first person to die under the NT's quashed voluntary euthanasia laws has used the 25th anniversary of his passing to demand the Federal Parliament restore the territories' rights to legislate on the contentious subject. → Read More