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Primrose Riordan 11:30 PM In estimates the NGA appeared to criticise the ACT government for delays in consultation over the Yarralumla brickworks.
Kirsten Lawson and Tom McIlroy 9:31 PM The ACT government will begin the first stage of its City to the Lake project that will ultimately see high-rises and a swimming pool in the West Basin.
Christopher Knaus 9:30 PM Prosecutors say there is "no doubt" that man on trial delivered offending one-punch hit in drunken Civic fight.
Primrose Riordan 11:30 PM The company running two of Canberra's aquatic centres has lost the tender to continue managing them and has shed staff. The move comes days after the ACTTAB announcement, and adds to fears the ACT economy will be further hit.
Ross Peake 11:45 PM The National Capital Authority has given the go-ahead to a controversial plan to build a fence around the ministerial wing at Parliament House.
Megan Gorrey 11:30 PM More than a dozen horses were found distressed, covered in sweat and with cut and swollen legs after vandals busted a lock on their south Canberra paddock and set them loose.
Megan Gorrey 11:30 PM With ears flying, paws splayed and heart pumping, Hugo the English cocker spaniel could be the Canberra region resident most that winter is coming.
Primrose Riordan and Kirsten Lawson 7:48 PM The head of the National Capital Authority has labelled the new Westside Container Village a "damp squib" and revealed the authority raised its concerns about the West Basin development with the ACT government.
Tom McIlroy 11:30 PM The ACT government has appointed a senior public servant to oversee its response to domestic and family violence, amid growing recognition and media reporting of the issue in Australia.
Emma Kelly and Henry Belot 6:21 PM Canberra's Orana Steiner School has defended its vaccination record after two cases of whooping cough at the Weston school.
Sally Pryor 11:45 PM If there's one thing David Whitney is looking forward to when he retires in July, it's having an opinion.
Megan Doherty 11:30 PM The Canberra woman who won $50 million in the Powerball lottery is on the look-out for her first home. And she may still get the First Home Owner Grant.
Kirsten Lawson 11:30 PM Households in Molonglo and Lawson paid prices at least $100,000 higher than they should have for their land, new figures suggest.
Noel Towell 2:22 PM Hopes of a public service jobs bonanza have been dashed.
Emma Kelly 2:17 PM Nine months ago Matthew Davis's body was on fire. He doesn't remember the explosion, but he remembers the pain.
Phillip Thomson 2:03 PM CCTV cameras captured a dead joey being stuffed in the letter box of a highly-paid bureaucrat.
12:13 PM 70-year-old man arrested after police found a stash of guns and ammunition in his house.
Christopher Knaus 12:07 PM A heroin trafficker caught in a cross-border undercover police sting has been sentenced to at least eight months behind bars.
Kerry-Anne Cousins 11:45 PM Skilful modelling recreates long-dead ancestors.
Kerry-Anne Cousins 11:45 PM By bringing the skills of traditional weaving and glasswork together, Jenni Kemarre Martiniello translates them into a contemporary idiom.
Primrose Riordan 11:14 AM Senator Katy Gallagher demands an end to uncertainty over department's future.
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