Latest ACT News
Scherry Bloul 5:00 PM Canberra mothers will jump 14,000 feet out of a plane to raise money for charity.
Ron Cerabona 4:59 PM Come and share your experiences and see them re-enacted live on stage.
4:40 PM The Lifeline Bookfair will open its doors again on Saturday for its second day.
Primrose Riordan 4:35 PM Firefighters and intensive care paramedics took thirteen students to hospital after a sulphuric acid explosion.
4:32 PM A motorcyclist has been airlifted to hospital with spinal injuries after crashing into a tree in Charnwood.
4:23 PM No one injured after plane crashes shortly after taking off at Kalkite.
Kirsten Lawson 4:19 PM The new NSW suburbs of Googong and Tralee will be the winners from the Mr Fluffy buyback, the head of the Real Estate Institute of the ACT, Ron Bell, has warned, with little land available in the ACT.
3:56 PM The Christmas Fair Fundraiser for Newborn Intensive Care is to beld at Majura Park carpark on Saturday.
2:56 PM Calwell and Mckellar open homes offer astute buyers space and serenity.
Henry Belot 2:29 PM Tankers will draw lake water to give saplings a reviving drink this summer.
Christopher Knaus 1:28 PM A company accused of poor maintenance says US-supplied bolts may offer alternative theory.
Christopher Knaus 12:32 PM A violent murderer has been sentenced to 12 months jail for the unprovoked bashing of a prison guard last year.
12:30 PM Police are looking for a man who used a stolen credit card at several Duffy and Curtin shops in October.
Sally Pryor 11:54 AM A round-up of what's on in the art world in and around Canberra for the week of November 29.
11:14 AM Three controlled burns will take place across the Capital on Friday.
8:50 AM Police have identified a car which they believe may have been used in a senseless arson attack at a Weston cafe in March.
Ian Warden 8:39 AM Of course almost all of the German soldiers of WW1 were mad, rapacious, baby-eating brutes.
7:17 AM Police are appealing for witnesses after an alleged indecent assault in a public toilet at a park on Clyde Street in Batemans Bay on Thursday afternoon.
11:45 PM Music program to receive funding from the ACT government.
Emma Macdonald 11:30 PM Tears flowed in Federal Parliament on Thursday as owners of Mr Fluffy homes throughout the ACT witnessed their stories of personal tragedy being committed to Australia's political and historic record.
Clare Colley 11:45 PM New English `learning' schools boost aid to mainstream education.
Noel Towell 11:30 PM But spilling the beans on corrupt colleagues encouraged.