Canberra cops in dance-off with their counterparts over the ditch.
In a shock move, the Fyshwick Early Childhood Centre will close next month after 25 years of operation. Local operators say there may be too many childcare places in the ACT, a dramatic turnaround from a few years ago when parents had to put their child on a waiting list before birth.
The Barton Highway was shut down on Friday afternoon as crews attempted to retrieve a truck which had crashed off the road earlier in the day.
This column seldom sees things in black and white. But we make an exception today, decorating our space with this quaint black and white photograph of children visiting the Black & White 4D Milk Bar in Sydney's Martin Place in 1934.
Finance secretary says detailing plan would 'set the hares running'.
Michael Jones court saga to roll on, minus the Brumbies board.
In Josh's locker, a picture of a young fan takes pride of place.
Behind the work of these artists are ideas informed by childhood memories, interaction between cultures, social stereotyping and psychological insights.
From Saturday, Corin Dam will again be open to the public after eight months of structural upgrades to the dam wall.
Despite some lineup changes the commitment to a blend of modern tango and latin/jazz infused music with plenty of solos remains the same.
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When Goch Kot took down a machete-wielding man, he was quick to stress that he wasn't a hero. Police thought otherwise.
Andrew Barr also admits to talks with consultant David Lamont about the deal
The ACT government has cleared the way for poker machines at the Canberra casino for the first time.
Canberra's late night venues have launched a co-ordinated campaign against the ACT government's proposed 3am last drinks for bars and nightclubs.
Liberal Party internal polling shows the key electorate of Eden-Monaro could be lost, with other marginal coalition seats also in peril.
Belconnen town centre has won the right to keep thousands of staff with the Department of Immigration and Border Protection.
Australian National University music students, friends of the School of Music and the National Tertiary Education Union have all expressed cautious optimism at the review by Andrew Podger into the future of the school.
Union alleges WorkSafe ACT told builder it did not have to give unionists access to work site.
Are some noises more damaging to hearing?
It's a crowded house, and up to 80 public servants are being moved to new lodgings.
Unions buoyed by twin public service victory vow to make APS an election issue
US upstart W.B Griffin has cost the nation £6000 so far. We can't afford him, federal parliament was told, passionately, 100 years ago this week.
Canberra magistrate releases murder accessory accused on bail and slams prosecution.
ACT Government 'deeply concerned' about proposed expansion across the Murrumbidgee River.
The ACT government will expand pay parking rules in Phillip from July 1.
ACT will become one of the most open jusridictions in the country: Rattenbury
Possible changes to double jeopardy laws in the ACT would see prosecutors able to use fresh evidence to retry people previously acquitted of serious crimes.
The National Museum of Australia have launched Celebrating 50 years of Play School to honour a show that not only holds a special place in Australian hearts, but is the second longest running children's television show in the world.
Would-be thieves have caused $40,000 damage during another early morning ram raid at a Tuggeranong shopping centre.