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Noel Towell 9:56 PM Troubled department to undergo full review.
David Ellery 9:47 PM Special guest will rule the sky at ADFA's open day on Saturday
David Ellery 9:46 PM I am not alone in my criticism of the small but significant percentage of ACT motorists who make life interesting for the rest of us by weaving in and out of traffic as the spirit moves them.
Henry Belot 9:07 PM Student elections at the Australian National University have been marred by allegations of intimidation and bullying with fighting between Labor factions spilling into the public domain.
Katie Burgess 9:04 PM New land releases are projected to push the ACT's construction industry forward after a sluggish start to the financial year.
Clare Sibthorpe 11:30 PM ANU researchers have found a way to transfer energy without losing any, which was thought impossible.
Tom McIlroy 11:30 PM A plan for ACT Senator Katy Gallagher to take up a seat on the board of the Canberra Hospital charitable foundation has been blocked by the territory government.
Henry Belot and Michael Inman 11:30 PM Senator Eric Abetz has called on opposition leader Bill Shorten to condemn the CFMEU after its leadership questioned the motivation for a raid on its Canberra office earlier this week.
John Thistleton 9:30 PM Car repairers are struggling to keep up with cars damaged in collisions with kangaroos.
Clare Sibthorpe 11:30 PM Transport in the nation's capital has been subject to ongoing debate, and some members of the public have taken to social media arranging their own "cheap lifts" with strangers.
Tom McIlroy 11:30 PM Education Minister Joy Burch has criticised delays in an investigation into a Canberra school's decision to erect a cage to hold a student with autism.
Naomi Avery 11:30 PM Rosie is a special dog being taught sign language by the RSPCA. She's just one of the animals they're seeking to raise funds for.
Katie Burgess 11:30 PM Praise for the ACT Government's 100 per cent renewable energy target by 2025 has come from the highest authority - the European Union's first commissioner for climate action.
Clare Sibthorpe and Amy Sullivan 5:56 PM Have the famed "freakshakes" from Manuka's Patissez sparked a global diabetes-inducing trend?
Kirsten Lawson 5:38 PM The training advisory board for electricians is likely to escalate its complaint against the Canberra Institute of Technology after ongoing frustration over the CIT's lack of response.
Sean Palmer 5:21 PM Record artist says her 26 shows on tour will be spontaneous and new material in the pipeline will be less about her.
Kimberley Le Lievre 1:55 PM Queanbeyan City Council is in disarray after Wednesday night's meeting which saw a majority of councillors vote against the mayor to carry a motion halting further spend on the CBD upgrades to divert the money to a cinema project.
Henry Belot 11:57 AM Medibank and Calvary Heath Care have resumed negotiations after weeks of trading blows over hospital contract renewals and hospital safety.
David Ellery 10:38 AM These Tiger Tanks would be the perfect way to get from Gungahlin to Tuggeranong. Not even the largest Toyota Urban Assault Vehicle would dare to cut you off at the overpass.
Janet Wilson 11:45 PM British pianist Paul Lewis will play works by two great composers in his upcoming recital.
10:01 AM Firefighters are investigating the smell of gas inside an apartment complex's basement at the Kingston Foreshore.
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8:49 AM Parts of London Circuit and Constitution Avenue will be closed this weekend.
David Ellery 7:41 AM Lunatics on wheels. Where else but the ACT are the indicators painted on?