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Henry Belot 2:48 PM A plan to resolve overcrowding at the Canberra Hospital’s emergency department has been slammed as lacking intellectual rigour and being dismissive of contrary opinion.
Michael Inman 11:49 AM A former Canberra Hospital cook who injured his back lifting a mixing bowl full of meatloaf has had his compensation cut.
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10:22 AM Police seized nine firearms, tear gas and drugs in raids on four homes on Thursday morning.
Esther Han 9:57 AM Electricians are blaming the consumer watchdog for the slow industry and community response to an urgent recall of dodgy electrical cables that could start burning down homes in nine months time.
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Christopher Knaus 10:23 PM A complainant against Father Edward Evans stood by her claims during cross-examination on Thursday.
Michael Inman 10:21 PM Murder victim Terrence Freebody bled to death from multiple knife wounds on the dining room floor of his neighbour's Red Hill home, trial hears.
Henry Belot 11:30 PM Health specialists in Canberra’s hospitals donned protective gear on Thursday morning to prepare for the unlikely outbreak of Ebola in the ACT.
Peter Martin 8:35 PM Australians are leaving NSW in greater numbers than they are arriving.
Michael Inman 11:30 PM The new policy would prioritise workers' rehabilitation, and keep their jobs for when they returned.
Clare Colley 7:45 PM One of the stars of the National Zoo and Aquarium's Jamala Wildlife Lodge has been reluctant to say hello to visitors until now.
Christopher Knaus and Megan Gorrey 11:30 PM The federal government’s decision not to inflict savage cuts on legal aid services has been widely welcomed as a win for vulnerable Canberrans, including victims of domestic violence.
6:58 PM A medical imaging centre in Deakin has been forced to evacuate twice after a mystery odour.