Latest ACT News
Primrose Riordan 12:59 PM Plans have been released for a multi-million dollar retail expansion at Gungahlin.
12:53 PM The ACT Ambulance Service have treated a 67 year old man for minor chest injuries before taking him to Calvary Hospital after firefighters rescued him by removing the roof from the car he was in.
Christopher Knaus 11:32 AM Mass murderer given locations of former alleged attackers, despite concerns he could still hold a grudge.
11:45 PM Canberra's men in uniform raise more than $43,000 on White Ribbon Day to stop violence against women.
Tom McIlroy 11:45 PM A former senior Employment Department official will lead a review into the process of setting water and sewerage prices in the ACT.
11:30 PM We already know Canberra is the best place in the world but the capital is shaping up to be a particularly good city for students.
8:44 PM A DVD developed by ACT Health will be used to make information available to cancer patients at Canberra Hospital before they start a course of radiation therapy, in the hope that it will alleviate some of their anxiety.
Scherry Bloul 11:45 PM Two hundred Canberra volunteers and 1300 nationally have been fitted out for the biggest football tournament to be held in Australia – the AFC Asia Cup which kicks off in January.
Henry Belot 11:30 PM Researchers at the Australian National University will conduct a survey to assess the social impacts of the gambling industry in the ACT, as the government continues to implement gaming reforms.
Henry Belot 11:30 PM A bill to establish a judicial council capable of holding judges and magistrates accountable and responding to public complaints will be introduced by Attorney-General Simon Corbell, who says such a council would be a very important reform.
Scherry Bloul 11:45 PM Households in Canberra have struggled to pay their gas and electricity bills in the past financial year.s
6:27 PM Firefighters have used rescue tools to remove a man from a car after a collision in Charnwood.
Lincoln Daw and Tom Heath 2:01 PM Work is finally set to begin on the restoration of the historic Sydney Building in the city, nine months after it was badly damaged by fire.
Mark Sawa Hotspots are part of Telstra's 'ambitious' plan to launch a national network of payphone Wi-Fi.
Christopher Knaus Floor repair company Bavco has been cleared of employing workers on sham contracts at sites across Canberra.
Natasha Boddy and Dan Harrison The percentage of people smoking daily is lowest in the ACT compared to other parts of the country, but Canberrans are more likely to drink alcohol in risky quantities.
Three Canberra apprentices have topped their peers across Australia in vocational education and training.
Scherry Bloul RSPCA ACT lost more than $550,000 after a tough financial year.