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Why this election won’t be definitive on light rail

Should media outlets support one contender over another in an election campaign? The Canberra Times has today backed the Canberra Liberals over Labor in its editorial. Many would argue its position on the matter has been clear through its coverage for months. There’s no doubt that taking a stance against the status quo is more […]
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