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Georgina Connery 5:58 PM It could be a rocky ride for Santa Claus this year with rain and possible thunderstorms predicted during the Christmas period in the capital.
Matthew Raggatt 11:00 PM The union delegate for in-house security officers at Australian National University says his redundancy deal was postponed after he represented staff at a meeting with university management.
Ben Westcott 11:00 PM Canberrans are urged to get out and enjoy the many activities in the city in January and to welcome the many visitors expected to flood the city, Ben Westcott reports.
Ben Westcott 11:00 PM Three Canberrans a day were caught speeding in 40km/h zones in 2014 on average, a figure which has left school groups despondent despite being a massive drop on previous years.
Matthew Raggatt A Griffith man has been charged with attempting to set fire to a home with his sister inside and seven children on the premises.
Ben Westcott A Canberra gay rights groups has had its government funding cut without being told after months of uncertainty and will lose more than $360,000 of monetary support.
Ben Westcott 11:00 PM An ecological report, released under Freedom of Information Laws, has revealed that the original blueprint for Canberra's Centenary Trail was referred to the government for assessment because of concerns about environmental damage.
Ben Westcott A 28-year-old Griffith man will face court on Saturday after he was interrupted allegedly attempting to set fire to a car parked in a driveway in Gungahlin.
Parliament House visitors will pay to park next week - unless they fork out money at the gift shop.
A Karabar home has been gutted by fire on Friday.
Readership of The Canberra Times has reached a new high, the latest data tracking newspaper audiences across print, online, mobile and tablets shows.
Michael Inman Hoddle Street mass killer lawsuit against Commonwealth set to be heard in the new year.
Tom McIlroy The ACT Government will seek to update laws to allow the University of Canberra a greater range of development and business activities.
Women unhappy with prison living arrangements.
Christopher Knaus An ice trafficker caught after a covert phone-tap operation has been jailed after failing to deal with her own habit.
Kirsten Lawson ACT Auditor-General Maxine Cooper has highlighted significant risks of a ballooning deficit to the ACT Budget.
Drugs worth an estimated street value of $500,000 found in Nicholls.
David Winter What they lack in size, they make up for in numbers. The newest residents of Lake Burley Griffin, 29,000 Murray cod fingerlings, were introduced to a murky and potentially deadly world on Friday.
Kirsten Lawson Queanbeyan famlies are overjoyed at the NSW government's decision to buyback and demolish Mr Fluffy homes in the state and to consider allowing owners to rebuild on their land, offering a concession that ACT owners have failed to secure.
Firefighters are at the scene of a grass fire at Hirschfeld Crescent.
Primrose Riordan Readers have written in with their own Kris Kringle disasters - with some calling for a blanket secret Santa ban.