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Curtis Scott awarded more than $100,000 in legal costs

Andrew Page
Published: 25 September 2020

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Canberra Raiders Centre Curtis Scott has been awarded more than $100,000 in legal costs after all assault charges against him by NSW Police were dropped.

He was tasered and pepper-sprayed by police when they found him sleeping under a tree.

At Downing Centre Local Court, Magistrate Jennifer Giles remarked he might have been safer if he wandered onto a roadway and got hit by a car.

NSW Police will have to pay all of his legal costs.

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Monash man records blood alcohol reading more than four times the legal limit

Andrew Page
Published: 25 September 2020

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A 52-year-old Monash man was more than four times the legal limit when he crashed his vehicle into a Wanniassa carpark last night.

Police responded at around 8.20pm to reports of a collision between a ute and another vehicle parked at Wanniassa Oval.

The driver of the ute was attempting to reverse out of the carpark when he collided with another vehicle and was subsequently stopped by members of the public who contacted police.

He was conveyed to the Tuggeranong Police Station where he recorded a blood alcohol reading of .224.

The man's licence was suspended on the spot and he now faces a number of charges related to the offence.

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Police investigate spate of ram-raids across Canberra

Beth Rep
Published: 25 September 2020

Police have formed a crime disruption team to target a group of smash and grab offenders who have ram-raided 30 small businesses across the ACT over the past two weeks.

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Labor Commits Additional Funding for Schools

Andrew Page
Published: 24 September 2020

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ACT Labor says they'll commit $85 Million towards building a high school at Taylor and a $35 Million Primary School in North Gungahlin if they're returned to Government next month.

Construction of the School in Taylor would begin in the 2022-23 financial year.

Capacity for college students in Canberra's North will also be increased through a $50 million investment over the next term of Government.

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Chief Minister accuses Liberals of breaking promises before election is even held

Andrew Page
Published: 24 September 2020

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Chief Minister Andrew Barr has attacked the Opposition and questioned what Leader Alistair Coe stands for.

Two months after the Labor-greens Government sensationally banned greyhound racing in the Territory in 2018, Shadow Spokesman Mark Parton declared the Liberals would overturn the ban if they were to win government in 2020.

Now it appears that promise has gone cold, with a spokeswoman telling the Canberra Times that overturning the ban wouldn't be a priority of a Coe led Liberal Government.

That prompted Chief Minister Andrew Barr to question what other promises the Liberals might break if they win government, bringing the question forward to what Coe and his Opposition stand for.

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