Latest ACT News
9:30 PM Some of Canberra's most passionate childcare, early learning and after school care workers have been recognised for their contributions to education and care in the ACT.
Christopher Knaus 7:33 PM A violent murderer has been sentenced to 12 months jail for the unprovoked bashing of a prison guard last year.
7:14 PM No one injured after plane crashes shortly after taking off at Kalkite.
Christopher Knaus 7:02 PM A company accused of poor maintenance says US-supplied bolts may offer an alternative theory.
8:45 PM With more than 1 million LED lights in its display, Petrie Plaza is the spirit of Christmas.
Scherry Bloul 5:00 PM Canberra mothers will jump 14,000 feet out of a plane to raise money for charity.
4:40 PM The Lifeline Bookfair will open its doors again on Saturday for its second day.
Primrose Riordan 4:35 PM Firefighters and intensive care paramedics took thirteen students to hospital after a sulphuric acid explosion.
4:32 PM A motorcyclist has been airlifted to hospital with spinal injuries after crashing into a tree in Charnwood.
3:56 PM The Christmas Fair Fundraiser for Newborn Intensive Care is to beld at Majura Park carpark on Saturday.
Henry Belot 2:29 PM Tankers will draw lake water to give saplings a reviving drink this summer.
12:30 PM Police are looking for a man who used a stolen credit card at several Duffy and Curtin shops in October.
Sally Pryor 11:54 AM A round-up of what's on in the art world in and around Canberra for the week of November 29.
11:14 AM Three controlled burns will take place across the Capital on Friday.
8:50 AM Police have identified a car which they believe may have been used in a senseless arson attack at a Weston cafe in March.
Ian Warden 8:39 AM Of course almost all of the German soldiers of WW1 were mad, rapacious, baby-eating brutes.
7:17 AM Police are appealing for witnesses after an alleged indecent assault in a public toilet at a park on Clyde Street in Batemans Bay on Thursday afternoon.
11:45 PM Music program to receive funding from the ACT government.
Emma Macdonald 11:30 PM Tears flowed in Federal Parliament on Thursday as owners of Mr Fluffy homes throughout the ACT witnessed their stories of personal tragedy being committed to Australia's political and historic record.