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Henry Belot and Georgina Connery 8:31 AM Cold weekend weather during a routine nitrogen gas released had some thinking there was a bit of hocus pocus happening on Sunday around the ANU Sciences Building.
7:44 AM ACT Emergency services expect to remain on scene of the waste fire in Canberra's south for at least another 24 hours.
7:20 AM A 38 year old man has been charged following investigations into the theft of firearms from a garage in Yass over the weekend.
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Arthur Davies 11:45 PM So why is this city buying trams, which are a 130-year-old idea?
Christopher Knaus 7:07 PM Former ambassador joins string of witnesses describing accused as trustworthy and kind.
Jason Gordon and Phillip Thomson 6:55 PM Regional television news bulletins are facing further cuts and newsroom closures as broadcasters go to war with a "bloody-minded" Tony Abbott over media sector reforms.
Ian Warden 11:45 PM Among sophisticates the gluten-free cause now has such momentum that even Canberra's more intelligent, articulate birds are awake to it.
Kirsten Lawson 11:30 PM Seventeen trucks of rubble for each Fluffy home to be dumped at west Belconnen
Tom McIlroy 11:30 PM Chief Minister and Treasurer Andrew Barr has defended the economic forecasts at the foundation of last month's territory budget and predicted jobs created by light rail will win new public support for the project.
5:35 PM Police are investigating a spate of property damage after more than 20 cars were damaged on McLeay and Condamine Streets in Turner early on Sunday morning.
Ross Peake 11:30 PM The community-run Hall Museum is stepping up its fight against the ACT Government's plan to charge rent.
Clare Colley 11:30 PM Ceramics will take over the capital when the Australian Ceramics Triennale starts on Wednesday, July 9.
Georgina Connery 4:32 PM The first Mr Fluffy home in Wanniassa has been torn down as part of the ACT Government's pilot program.
Henry Belot 4:31 PM The Canberra community have paid tribute to former CIT chief executive Adrian Marron who died over the weekend after long battle with illness.
Ian Warden 11:45 PM What on earth is "Clio" of Melbourne's Punch gibbering about in her column of 100 years ago this week?
Rebecca Colquhoun and Tom McIlroy 1:52 PM Canberra could be about to see a boom in new outdoor bars as the ACT government moves to allow restaurants and live venues to serve drinks outside as part of changes to regulation.
1:05 PM Police are investigating the a late night theft of four firearms taken from a garage in Yass.
Tom McIlroy One of the son's of the original Mr Fluffy business owner has apologised for the ongoing legacy of loose-fill asbestos in Canberra and New South Wales.
The news, traffic and weather to get you up to speed.
Tom McIlroy Negative air units and strict safety procedures will be in place as the ACT government asbestos taskforce moves to demolish the first of five pilot Mr Fluffy homes on Monday.
Ross Peake Thousands of ACT patients face the prospect of having to pay more for hospital care after Australia’s largest health insurer ended its contract with Calvary Health Care.
Megan Gorrey Canberrans will soon have to fork out cash to visit Calvary John James Hospital as the Deakin facility prepares to introduce pay parking.