Latest ACT News
Natasha Boddy 11:30 PM It was the ultimate gift from a stranger that gave little Ava a second chance at life.
Clare Sibthorpe 11:30 PM Fishing fanatic Adam Siosis has travelled to most of Australia's major lakes for fishing competitions, but he's passionate about encouraging more participation of the sport in the capital.
Natasha Boddy, Emma Kelly 11:45 PM Environmentally conscious Canberrans will now have the option of pushing up daisies in a whole new way and enter the afterlife as naturally as possible.
Emma Kelly 11:30 PM Installing a big screen in Garema Place, enlivening laneways and developing population density targets among a sweep of measures proposed to transform Canberra's struggling CBD.
Megan Gorrey 11:30 PM The ACT government will seek to strike a balance between victim safety with privacy concerns as it eyes better ways of sharing information to help combat domestic violence.
Kirsten Lawson 11:30 PM Government defends plans to combine public trustee and public guardian, denying decisions will be made on cost.
Megan Gorrey 12:01 AM More than 29 per cent of ACT respondents aged 15 to 19 have identified alcohol and drugs as the nation's top problem.
10:24 AM A couple has escaped serious injury after their car rolled in the Brindabellas on Sunday morning.
Mary Lynn Mather Popular book club Read Around Canberra will no longer be hosted by Libraries ACT, to the dismay of its loyal members.
Matthew Raggatt The program to remove or decommission 22 underground oil storage tanks from Canberra public schools will soon be completed.
Mary Lynn Mather On Tuesday people across the globe will be wearing red ribbons, in solidarity with those who are living with HIV and in memory of those who have died.
Matthew Raggatt A Dickson man who allegedly stabbed a woman he was in a casual relationship with, threatened to kill her and broke a window in an attempt to escape police has been refused bail.
Georgina Connery It seems there's been an exodus of young female players from netball courts across the country with new research finding more girls are now playing soccer.
Matthew Raggatt Artificial Christmas trees are being used for the hospital because infection control is an issue in the ward and clinical areas. Matthew Raggatt explains.
Georgina Connery GIVIT an online platform connecting people in need with those willing to give is looking to expand in the ACT.
Georgina Connery The community has rallied around the family of a Holy Family Primary School student whose memorial was vandalised.
Matthew Raggatt New Fluffy blocks are offering new challenges and may destroy character it is alleged.
Matthew Raggatt Nurses working the overnight 12-hour shift at Canberra Hospital have attacked the ACT government for failing to fix an "oversight" which has cost them more than $1000 each a year.
Stephen Jeffery Installing more battery-recharge stations would boost electric-car use in the ACT, a German research centre says.
Henry Belot 10:30 PM Australian soldiers are being given drugs that have been deemed illegal in this country. Stuart has had enough.
Clare Sibthorpe and Michael Inman Almost 250 dog attacks were reported to the ACT government in the past year, with 153 resulting in hospital treatment and 116 dogs seized.
A fire which forced a man to flee his north Canberra home deemed suspicious by police investigators.
The Green Shed, Project Independence, Canberra Community Housing, a rising young actor and a long-time disability advocate are among the winners of the 2015 ACT Chief Minister Inclusion Awards.
Emma Kelly Another Canberra Christmas, another sparkling world record.
Tom McIlroy News of the imminent demolition of parts of the Northbourne Avenue public housing precinct this week has not worried former Owen Flats resident Laurel Dakin.
Drivers will have to watch out for lane closures on Hindmarsh Drive on Saturday due to resealing works.
Jil Hogan It's a long way from dancing on a stage in Phillip to sharing the stage with Janet Jackson, but dancer Alex Carson has done just that.
Jil Hogan Canberrans Paul Walshe and Dorothy Service have been recognised in Sydney for their contribution to breast cancer research.
Ian Warden 11:45 PM The artist confirms she thinks of Drongo as a him (cow-like teats and all).
Clare Colley Photographer Polly Borland and her younger sister Emma Borland share their quirky view of the world in a Canberra Glassworks show.