Canberra Critics' Circle Artist of the Year Kensuke Todo is delighted to have his work recognised in his adopted city.
Australian urban-pop group Justice Crew will headline Canberra’s next National Multicultural Festival.
ActewAGL says more power blackouts are on the way because of proposed revenue cut.
Alon Meltzer is the first rabbi in the Canberra congregation's 63-year history.
An opera by the composer Gluck is still very topical.
A motorcyclist killed in a high-speed head-on collision has been identified.
Property developers, construction and real estate industry heads have chorused broad support for measures to impose better policing and harsher penalties on the foreign investment industry.
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade is attempting to succeed where most public servants have failed.
A dream job is now available in Canberra – being paid $195,000 a year, and with a likely tenure of 10 years or more.
Outdated decency laws are on the government agenda this week.
NCA says people are imaginative and creative in terms of parking, and they need to be equally as creative.
The Australian Taxation Office will now be sending 500, not 300, staff to the Central Coast.
What's on in Canberra's art scene, including, at Form Studio and Gallery: Balancing Act. A diverse group exhibition of printmaking, sculpture and painting.
Canberra rangers will set fire to 48.3 hectares of the capital this weekend.
Canberra might be without a Christmas tree but its festive spirit will still soar beneath more than a million lights.
Labor's Kate Lundy says it's the right time for her to leave politics after almost two decades in the senate
Hopes Namatjira to Now exhibition in Canberra will raise awareness of struggling Aboriginal artists.
A man who identified himself as the park's manager confirmed a sale was "still being worked on".
ACT Government considers union compromise on needle exchange at Alexander Maconochie Centre.
Playing into the competitive nature of academics and researchers could be a game changer in addressing the low numbers and high loss rate of women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
The world's favourite magical nanny will be flying into the Canberra Theatre next year.
Jailhouse lawyers helped inmate in attempt to pin blame for crimes on someone else.
Woman, 21, accused of involvement in $500K cannabis crop which "consumed" parents' Macgregor home.
Police are calling for fresh witnesses and information to a “serious sexual assault” in Civic after four months.
Ian Jackson director of research School of Earth Sciences